By: Denise Simon | Founders Code
Oversight Chairman, James Comer has used the quality and validated information provided by Gal Luft in the investigation into the Biden crime family… so the Biden Justice Department knows full well why Merrick Garland has charged Luft with several crimes. Frankly, the Department of Justice has charged Luft with one of the exact violations/crimes that Hunter Biden himself should be charged for and that is not registering as a foreign agent representing China and perhaps other countries.
But there is more…
The 60-page indictment against Luft who is actually a dual citizen and on the run alleges violations of sanctions, arms trafficking to Iran, Libya, Qatar, and illicit oil sales. Luft was arrested in Cyprus but fled after posting bail and there is an extradition movement.
Luft worked for a think tank that was founded by the former Director of the CIA, James Woolsey. He was working for the same company and getting paid as Hunter Biden going back to 2015 and shared office space with Hunter Biden. Gal Luft presented the FBI with details on all things Hunter and the Biden crime family but later the DOJ decided to charge him with a handful of crimes. The DOJ clearly states in the indictment that CEFC, which Hunter worked for was a Chinese oil and gas conglomerate. Luft has and is providing Oversight Chairman Comer with details explaining the extent of Hunter’s and/or Joe Biden’s work at CEFC.
VOA makes reference to additional details that include in part:
A recent Washington Post investigation found that Biden’s son Hunter Biden, and the president’s brother James Biden, signed an agreement with CEFC officials in 2017 and that entities controlled by them received $4.8 million over the course of 14 months, though the energy projects discussed with CEFC did not pan out.
The two men have faced allegations of corruption for pursuing business deals that capitalize on their family name. They have denied any wrongdoing.
In the video shared with the New York Post, Luft denied the criminal charges against him and said he was forced to skip bail in Cyprus because he did not believe he would receive “a fair trial in a New York court.”
Luft claimed he had been arrested to prevent him from testifying before a House of Representatives panel about his allegations that members of the president’s family received payments from CEFC China Energy and individuals with alleged ties to Chinese military intelligence.
In the video, Luft said he provided evidence of the Biden family’s alleged corruption to the FBI and the Justice Department during a meeting in Brussels in March 2019.
In addition to acting as an unregistered agent of China, Luft is accused of brokering illicit Chinese arms deals.
Luft allegedly worked to broker a deal for Chinese companies to sell certain weapons to Libya, including anti-tank launchers, grenade launchers, and mortar rounds. Luft and his associates allegedly referred to the weapons as “toys,” prosecutors say.
In addition, Luft allegedly worked to facilitate arms sales by Chinese companies to Kenya and the United Arab Emirates.
Luft is also accused of conspiring with others to broker Iranian oil deals, allegedly directing an associate to refer to the oil as Brazilian in origin to avert U.S. sanctions, according to court documents.
While in hiding, Luft has taken to social media to decry the charges against him as politically motivated.
Conservative lawmakers pushing for an investigation of the Biden family have rallied around Luft in recent days, calling him a “whistleblower” and the “missing witness” from the probe.
Luft could not be reached for comment.
In a statement to VOA, the Institute for the Analysis of Global Security voiced support for Luft.
“Dr. Gal Luft is a world-renowned expert on energy security, economics, and geopolitics and has written five books,” the statement said. “Gal is a man of total integrity and honesty. We are confident in his innocence.”
The Washington Free Beacon reported in March that Luft worked closely with CEFC China Energy, which gave his think tank $350,000 in grants. CEFC paid Hunter Biden at least $6 million in 2017 and 2018. The firm, which has suspected ties to Chinese military intelligence, gave Hunter Biden at least $5 million for business consulting, and another $1 million to provide legal services to Patrick Ho, a CEFC executive who was indicted for trying to bribe two African officials for oil rights.
Both Hunter Biden and Luft worked closely with Ho, who was convicted on bribery charges. Hunter Biden referred to Ho as the “f***ing spymaster of China” in audio recordings in 2018. Luft submitted a letter of support for Ho at his federal trial. A former employee of Ho’s told the Free Beacon that he was frequently accompanied by Luft at CEFC’s offices in New York.