Nancy Pelosi’s Son Is Investing In Chinese Firms

( It appears Nancy Pelosi has her own Hunter Biden.

When Nancy traveled to Taiwan earlier in the month, she was accompanied by her 53-year-old son Paul Pelosi Junior.

Unless it was “Take Your Fully-Grown Son to Work” Day, Paul Junior accompanying his mother on a congressional trip to Asia should send up all kinds of red flags, especially when you consider that Paul Pelosi Jr. holds a massive stake in the Chinese technology company, “Borqs Technologies” and sits on the board of two lithium mining companies.

According to an exclusive report last week in the UK Daily Mail, Pelosi the Younger received 700,000 shares of Borqs Technologies as compensation, becoming the second-largest investor in the company after CEO Pat Sek Yuen Chan.

Pelosi Jr. still owned around 147,000 shares as of March 2022.

According to the Daily Mail, Pelosi’s son also worked for Borqs Technologies in a board of consultancy position.

As is the case in most of Hunter Biden’s foreign business ties, nobody seems to know what exactly Paul Pelosi Jr. did for this Chinese company.

But what makes this especially shady is that Congress just approved the CHIPS+ legislation to increase domestic production of semiconductors.

In 2020 and 2021, Pelosi Jr. was appointed to the boards of two lithium mining companies.

What is required in the manufacture of semiconductors? Lithium.

What is considered the lithium mining capital of the world? Taiwan.

See the problem?

Naturally, Speaker Pelosi’s office denies there is anything untoward about her grown son traveling with her to Taiwan, claiming the companies he’s involved with have no ties to Asia and do not process mined lithium.

The shifty Nancy claims that her son, who wasn’t listed in the official delegation released by her office, was there in lieu of her drunk-driving husband.

During her weekly press conference last week, Nancy denied that Junior traveled with her for business reasons, claiming he was only there “to be my escort.”