It’s no coincidence that last Friday the International Criminal Court (ICC) based in Den Haag, Netherlands, bowed to Biden administration or NATO pressure and issued an arrest warrant against Russian President Vladimir Putin, accusing him of the war crime of illegal deportation of at least 100 children from Ukraine.
It’s clearly intended as an attempt to deflect attention from all the revelations coming from the Congressional investigation into bribes paid to Joe and his family both while and after he was VP to Obama.
An editorial in the New York Post-
Bravo to Rep. James Comer (Republican-Kentucky) for revealing just how much of a family business Biden, Inc. is.
Bank records newly obtained by his House Oversight Committee show that Hunter Biden associate Rob Walker transferred north of $1.3 million in 2017 not only to usual suspects Hunter and presidential little brother Jim but also to daughter-in-law Hallie (son Beau’s widow; Hunter’s brief fling) — plus an unknown simply tagged as “Biden.”
The family that gets paid together stays together, it seems.
Most of that big chunk of change came from a $3 million transfer from an affiliate of Chinese energy outfit CEFC to Walker. CEFC, now defunct, was one of China’s biggest private companies and a main target of Hunter Biden’s operations back in 2017, with the First Son angling for a ultra-high-paid board seat and equity stakes for him and Jim and an unnamed “big guy” widely thought to be Joe.
The new records cast further light on just how inextricably commingled Biden family life is with the larger business operations of the clan.
There’s no possible legit reason Hallie Biden, who works as a school counselor, should have gotten a slice of the CEFC payout.
But this is tradition for the Bidens.
Jim has been selling family influence for decades — getting sweet-deal loans during his brother’s days on the Senate Banking Committee; allegedly telling the executives of a hedge fund he purchased in 2006 that “We’ve got people all around the world who want to invest in Joe Biden.”