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Americore Gave James Biden $600k Loan on Promise He’d Deliver Funding from Middle East, Trustee Says

Carol Fox, an Americore Chapter 11 trustee, told the House Oversight Committee on Monday that the now-bankrupt healthcare company previously provided a $600,000 loan to James Biden on the promise that he could bring in funding from the Middle East that never materialized.

On March 1, 2018, after Americore wired a $200,000 loan to James and Sara Biden’s personal bank account, James Biden sent a payment of the same amount to Joe Biden for an alleged loan repayment.

Fox previously filed a lawsuit against James Biden claiming he made “representations that his last name, ‘Biden,’ could ‘open doors’ and that he could obtain a large investment from the Middle East based on his political connections.”

The suit alleged that Americore sent $600,000 to James and Sara Biden’s personal bank accounts in total and demanded James Biden repay Americore the full amount. James Biden ultimately agreed to a settlement payment of $350,000.

Fox told the committee in a transcribed interview on Monday that she saw no records or documentation of the loan from Americore to James Biden and that the company instead chose to provide a loan with no documentation based on the promise that James Biden could bring in funding from the Middle East, a person familiar with the committee’s investigation into the Biden family’s business dealings told National Review.

Fox said the money James Biden ultimately paid to his brother could have come from two possible sources: predatory loans or senior citizens’ money fraudulently invested by James Biden’s business partner, Michael Lewitt.


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FBI Secretly Recorded President Biden’s Brother James: Report

The Washington Post detailed how the FBI caught James Biden on tape in 2007 chatting about possible deals with associates of Mississippi trial attorney Richard “Dickie” Scruggs, including the creation of a new consulting firm. By 2008, in the months before Joe Biden was elected vice president, Scruggs and his associates pleaded guilty to charges in a scheme to pay a $40,000 bribe to a state judge and they served prison time.

Neither Joe Biden nor James Biden ever faced accusations of wrongdoing or charges in the case, emphasized the report, which relied on interviews, court records, and materials collected by “The Fall of the House of Zeus” author Curtis Wilkie. The FBI declined to comment on the report when pressed by The Daily Wire.

Still, the revelations come as House investigators examine the business dealings of President Biden’s family members as part of a corruption-focused impeachment inquiry. James Biden, along with Joe Biden’s son Hunter, has been subpoenaed for a deposition. President Biden, who is seeking re-election next year, has accused House Republicans of “attacking me with lies” and “choosing to waste time on this baseless political stunt” that is “not supported by facts.”


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Do feds have FISA evidence on Bidens? Court memos suggest they might, and Congress wants it

Court records from Ho’s case reviewed by Just the News show the FBI and Justice Department gathered evidence under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) from around the time when Hunter Biden and his uncle James were dealing with CEFC officials, including Ho.

Joe Biden also met twice with CEFC officials: once as vice president and once as a private citizen, according to statements made by a family friend to the FBI.

“The United States intends to offer into evidence, or otherwise use or disclose in any proceedings in the above-captioned matter, information obtained or derived from electronic surveillance and physical search conducted pursuant to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act of 1978 (FISA),” federal prosecutors wrote in a February 2018 filing in the Ho case.

You can you read that memo here.


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KJP's Latest Remarks May Have Just Made Things Worse for Biden on Corruption Accusations

She claimed it wasn't just Democrats saying that but that it was coming from Republicans as well, without citing any evidence of that. "There is no there there," Jean-Pierre argued.

Now we may make fun of her when she does this but she should not be referring all such questions to Biden's "personal counsel." When White House staff starts defending him against such accusations, it starts raising even more questions.

I made the point before that kind of response is problematic when KJP said that Joe Biden was aware of the statement that Hunter Biden made on the Capitol steps as he was blowing off the Congressional subpoena. That raised questions of obstruction if Joe Biden was involved in any way encouraging Hunter not to talk to Congress since most of the questions would be about the involvement of Joe Biden.

Obstruction is also another impeachment charge.

George Washington law professor Jonathan Turley pointed out one of the issues as well that could apply to these new remarks as well.

In addition, President Biden has enlisted White House staff to actively push challenged accounts of his conduct and attack the House Republicans’ investigative process. Such acts could legally bootstrap prior misconduct into his presidency under abuse-of-power allegations.

So once again her response raises those problematic questions of the White House staff being used to cover for him.

KJP said that it was "so unfortunate" that Republicans in Congress wanted to concentrate on Joe Biden's "family" rather than on the "American family."

"We want to work with them in a bipartisan way to get things done," she insisted.

What a slimy response. Republicans have put forth a ton of evidence of problematic actions even money going personally into Joe Biden's accounts. Biden's family raked in millions from various financial dealings with foreign entities/people. And the nerve of her saying that they shouldn't be looking into corruption questions rather than focusing on the "American family."



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Chinese Firm Sent Biden Enterprise $3 Million As ‘Thank You’ For Work When Joe Biden Held Office, Comer Says

“Today’s interview confirmed Hunter Biden and his associates’ work with the Chinese government-linked energy company began over a year before Joe Biden left the vice presidency, but the Bidens and their associates held off being paid by the Chinese while Joe Biden was in office,” Comer said in a press release.

“The Chinese company paid Hunter Biden and his associates $3 million shortly after Joe Biden left office as a ‘thank you’ for the work they did while Joe Biden was in office. Members of the Biden family received payments from the Chinese deal even though they did not work on it,” Comer added.

State Energy HK, a CEFC account, wired Walker roughly $3 million in March 2017 shortly after Joe Biden’s vice presidency concluded, according to bank records and Hunter Biden’s federal tax indictment in California. Walker wired approximately $1 million of the funds to Biden family accounts and $1 million to a firm tied to business associate James Gilliar.


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Joe Biden Got Free Services From Hunter's Business Associate, Eric Schwerin

The Oversight Committee wanted Schwerin's testimony because not only was he a business associate of Hunter, but he also took care of the finances for Joe Biden, including his taxes and other matters. So when Joe Biden said he never spoke with any of Hunter's associates, that was just untrue, as not only did he speak with others, but he spoke a lot with Schwerin because of the financial work he did for the family.

According to Schwerin's opening remarks, he maintained that he was 'not aware of any financial transactions or compensation' Joe Biden received through his family's businesses. He also called Republican allegations otherwise 'preposterous.'
But Republicans say Schwerin's testimony pokes holes into Biden's claim that there has always been an 'absolute wall' between himself and his family's business.
A source told that Schwerin confirmed he interacted with then-Vice President Biden on 'multiple' occasions and was not paid to provide several professional services - including bookkeeping and tax preparation.
Schwerin was also appointed by Biden to the Commission for the Preservation of America’s Heritage Abroad, which other top donors and friends sat on.

House Oversight Chair James Comer (R-KY) said Joe Biden got free professional services from Schwerin and "it is unethical for the VP to receive gifts of this nature."



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Biden Team Concerned Robert Hur’s Report Will Include ‘Embarrassing’ Photos of Stolen Classified Documents Stored in Biden Delaware Garage – NO CHARGES EXPECTED

Joe Biden’s team is ‘concerned’ Special Counsel Robert Hur’s report, which is expected to be released soon, will include ’embarrassing’ photos of stolen classified documents stored in Biden’s Delaware garage.

Robert Hur is not expected to charge Joe Biden even though he stole classified documents and improperly stored them in his Delaware garage and other unsecured locations.

Rather, the special counsel will release a report on his investigation.

“The prosecutor investigating why classified documents ended up at President Biden’s home and former office is preparing a report that is expected to be sharply critical of how he and his longtime aides handled the material, but the probe isn’t likely to result in a criminal case, according to people familiar with the matter.” The Wall Street Journal reported in November.

At least 5 White House aides, including former White House Counsel Dana Remus were involved in Biden’s classified documents scandal.

Joe Biden STOLE SCIF-designated classified documents and improperly stored them at the Penn Biden Center.

Biden also stored classified documents in his garage next to his Corvette where his son Hunter had access to the sensitive materials.

Nine boxes of documents were taken from Joe Biden’s lawyer’s Boston office and we have no idea what is in those boxes because the National Archives is covering up for Biden.

Joe Biden also withheld information from the Senate Intel Committee.

Last October Joe Biden’s scandal spokesman Ian Sams said Biden spent two days with Special Counsel Robert Hur about his handling of stolen classified documents.


Biden’s team is reportedly bracing for Robert Hur’s report which may have ’embarrassing’ photos of the classified documents scattered all over the place in numerous unsecured locations.

Robert Hur’s report on Biden’s stolen classified documents may be released as early as this week, however the exact timing is unclear, according to Axios.

“Biden aides don’t expect criminal charges in the case, but they believe Hur’s report will include embarrassing details — possibly with photos — on how Biden stored documents.” Axios reported.


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🔥 You just can’t make this stuff up. I know I keep saying that, but come on. How much can one blogging lawyer be expected to take? CNN ran the story yesterday headlined, “Special counsel report concludes Biden willfully retained classified information but will not face charges.


Useless special counsel and obedient lapdog Robert Hur issued his vast, overwritten, 345-page report yesterday, and — this will shock you — he declined to prosecute Joe Biden for doing exactly the same thing Trump is being prosecuted for doing, keeping classified documents after he left office, except worse, because Biden wasn’t even the President at the time. Critically, the President has the power to declassify at will, and as Hur’s report noted, Congressional secrecy statutes don’t even apply to the President.

But they do apply to the vice president.

Trump carefully protected his documents in a video-monitored, Secret Service-protected safe room at Mar-a-Lago, a private club with layers and layers of security. Biden carelessly stacked his documents in some ripped banker’s boxes out in the garage at a house “rented” to his drug-addled son, Hunter, next to a pile of junk. And in other even less-secure places.

Here’s how the Report’s introduction described Biden’s classified documents handling “procedure”:

Our investigation uncovered evidence that President Biden willfully retained and disclosed classified materials after his vice presidency when he was a private citizen. These materials included (1) marked classified documents about military and foreign policy in Afghanistan, and (2) notebooks containing Mr. Biden's handwritten entries about issues of national security and foreign policy implicating sensitive intelligence sources and methods. FBI agents recovered these materials from the garage, offices, and basement den in Mr. Biden's Wilmington, Delaware home.

We also expect many jurors to be struck by the place where the Afghanistan documents were ultimately found in Mr. Biden's Delaware home: in a badly damaged box in the garage, near a collapsed dog crate, a dog bed, a Zappos box, an empty bucket, a broken lamp wrapped with duct tape, potting soil, and synthetic firewood.

One of the most memorable parts of Hur’s report, even if not legally significant, was his description of Biden as essentially being an Alzheimer’s patient. The main reason Hur astoundingly offered for not prosecuting Biden is that a jury would have found the former vice president to be a sympathetic witness as a frail elderly person with severe memory loss:

In his interview with our office, Mr. Biden's memory was worse. He did not remember when he was vice president, forgetting on the first day of the interview when his term ended ("if it was 2013 - when did I stop being Vice President?"), and forgetting on the second day of the interview when his term began ("in 2009, am I still Vice President?"). He did not remember, even within several years, when his son Beau died. And his memory appeared hazy when describing the Afghanistan debate that was once so important to him. Among other things, he mistakenly said he "had a real difference" of opinion with General Karl Eikenberry, when, in fact, Eikenberry was an ally whom Mr. Biden cited approvingly in his Thanksgiving memo to President Obama.

At trial, Mr. Biden would likely present himself to a jury, as he did during our interview of him, as a sympathetic, well-meaning, elderly man with a poor memory.

They had to split hairs somehow. Team Biden’s challenge was to somehow distinguish between what Biden did and what Trump did, so they can keep prosecuting Trump while letting Biden wander off. They picked possibly the dumbest distinction, that Biden was too stupid, old, and careless to know that what he was doing was wrong.

Don’t be fooled, this strategy of incompetence is cunningly aimed at a legitimate legal distinction: the records statute at issue requires the government to prove “willfulness.”

Hur’s theory, stated quite plainly in his report, is that Biden is guilty, no question, but a jury won’t believe that someone as out-of-contact with reality as Biden could have willfully violated the classified records statute. Hur repeatedly said he wasn’t taking a position on whether Biden was willful or not; he seems to think Biden was willful, even questioning whether Biden might have deliberately staged the documents in his garage, and later cooperated with the FBI, to support a fake ‘carelessness’ or ‘forgetfulness’ defense.

But having carefully weighed all the pro’s and con’s, and being a good little doggy, Special Prosecutor Hur concluded that since he — himself — thought a jury would probably just sympathize with a frail elderly dementia patient like Biden, the government wouldn’t reliably be able to prove willfulness. So Hur decided not to prosecute. Case closed.

Biden obviously enjoys the benefits of the First Class legal system, and Trump is back in coach with the rest of us. When the democrats bleat that “no one is above the law,” they mean except for people in First Class.

Hur’s reasoning was particularly moronic because the ‘crime’ occurred at the instant the documents were illegally retained — the day Biden left office as vice-president. The real difference between the two cases is not whether Trump “failed to cooperate” and Biden “cooperated,” because those are things that happened or didn’t happen long after the alleged crimes were committed (to the extent crimes were committed). The real difference is that Trump was President and Biden was only-vice president, and there are worlds of difference between those two jobs under the Constitution and other applicable law.

Hur is also wrong on willfulness issue. The question isn’t whether Joe Biden has the cognitive ability to willfully violate the records statute today, when he has only three firing neurons left. The question is whether Joe Biden had the cognitive ability to willfully violate the records statute at the time the crime was committed. That’s what a jury would have to decide, and likely Biden wouldn’t even testify, since most criminal defendants don’t.

Even if Biden did testify, a jury might reasonably conclude Biden was faking. After all, who would believe the President of the United States is really a dementia patient? Please. Any decent prosecutor could make that argument.

Hur is obviously not a decent prosecutor.

All in all, it was the worst possible time to publish the Hur report’s strategic limited hangout claiming Biden’s lack of mental capacity, what with the Tucker-Putin interview happening at the same time. The contrast between Putin — alert, intelligent, focused — and Biden — so forgetful a jury would never convict him — is literally breathtaking.

The Hur report raises serious questions about the election. I have become very skeptical about Democrats’ sincerity in pretending to run Joe Biden as their candidate. Try to imagine what Trump could do just in terms of devastating campaign ads based on the Hur report’s comments about Biden’s lack of mental capacity. A ten-year-old could make that ad.

I’ll end with this headline, picture, and paragraph from Politico’s article last night. Here’s the bizarre headline:

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Here’s the unflattering photo they put right under that headline:

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And here’s the one tricksy paragraph they slipped into the story that set the stage:

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Haha! I mean, come on. At this point, they’re practically carrying Biden down to the bus depot so they can throw him under the wheels.



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Why Joe Biden's Handling of Classified Records is Worse than Trump's Case

Witnesses told Hur during the course of his year-long investigation that as vice president, Biden routinely took classified files and did not return them as required. “Mr. Biden was known to remove and keep classified material from his briefing books for future use, and his staff struggled--and sometimes failed--to retrieve these materials,” Hur disclosed in the special counsel’s damning 388-page report.

Even the nation’s most guarded secrets were unsafe in Biden’s hands. “[In] August 2010… Mr. Biden failed to return Top Secret, Sensitive Compartmented Information (also referred to as ‘codeword’) contents of a classified briefing book that he had received during a trip to the Hamptons.” His reckless management of classified papers so alarmed White House officials that they scheduled a briefing with Biden that same month to review the necessary protocol.

Despite the briefing, Biden’s carelessness continued throughout his term. He would “frequently…leave classified documents unattended, outside of safes, at the Naval Observatory and his Delaware home,” former aides told investigators.

New details from Hur’s investigation, which involved interviews with 147 witnesses and Biden himself, indicate Biden’s bad habits didn’t stop after his vice presidency ended.

“Our investigation uncovered evidence that President Biden willfully retained and disclosed classified materials after his vice presidency when he was a private citizen. These materials included (1) marked classified documents about military and foreign policy in Afghanistan, and (2) notebooks containing Mr. Biden's handwritten entries about issues of national security and foreign policy implicating sensitive intelligence sources and methods.”

Hur then explained why he would not indict Biden aside from settled law that prohibits the prosecution of a sitting president: Biden, Hur concluded, lacks the mental acuity to face trial. Among other lapses, Biden “did not remember when he was vice president” and “did not remember, even within several years, when his son Beau died.”

Biden is lucky to be protected from prosecution by the presidency and an apparent case of dementia. Donald Trump on the other hand is not so lucky. And despite Hur’s clumsy attempt to draw what he described in the report as “several material distinctions between Mr. Trump's case and Mr. Biden's” in an effort to downplay Biden’s criminality, a review of both cases clearly shows how Biden’s case is far more egregious and worthy of prosecution than Trump’s.



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He had all kinds of classified material and they appeared to have no system for recovering it.

This has been a problem for years, with the "Executive Secretary Team" expressing concern in 2010 about all the classified briefing books he had not returned, and that even when things were returned, some items were missing.

They were unable to determine if some of this material was ever returned.

He took his notebooks home with him and kept them, even though they had classified materials in them. He kept them in unsecured locations.



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Joe Biden’s Classified Docs Provide More Evidence Hunter’s Pay-To-Play Was A Family Affair

Ukraine Overlap​

Appendix A of the report provided a table summary of the documents recovered. Many of the top-secret and classified documents concerned Ukraine during the time frame when Hunter Biden acted as an intermediary between Burisma’s owner, Mykola Zlochevsky, and the vice president. Recall that Hunter’s business partner, Devon Archer, told the House Oversight Committee that in early March 2014, he met Zlochevsky while in Moscow. And soon after, he and Hunter Biden joined Burisma’s board, receiving $83,000 per month.

The following month, Hunter Biden sent Archer an email dated April 13, 2014 — one week before Joe Biden would travel to Ukraine and meet then-Prime Minister Arseniy Yatsenyuk. Referring to “my guys upcoming travels,” Hunter then elaborated on “22 points about Ukraine’s political situation, with detailed information about the upcoming election and predicting an escalation of Russia’s ‘destabilization campaign, which could lead to a full-scale takeover of the eastern region, most critically Donetsk,’” according to the New York Post.

Among the material recovered from President Biden’s unauthorized storage locales were several top-secret and otherwise classified or confidential documents discussing Ukraine. One undated document discussed issues related to Russian aggression toward Ukraine. Another, dated Sept. 17, 2014, consisted of a “Memorandum for the Vice President from staff members, with subject ‘U.S. Energy Assistance to Ukraine.’” Also dated Sept. 17, 2014, was an “event memo” from a vice-presidential national security staffer, titled, “Lunch with Ukrainian President Poroshenko,” which was scheduled for the following day.

The overlap between Joe Biden’s Ukraine-related work and Hunter Biden’s Burisma profiteering became more pronounced in 2015. On Dec. 2, 2015, the lobbying firm Blue Star Group, which Hunter Biden had arranged to work with Burisma, wrote to Burisma that it had “participated in a conference call today with senior Obama Administration officials ahead of U.S. Vice President Joe Biden’s trip to Ukraine next week.” The memorandum provided a summary of the conference call, telling Burisma that “Michael Carpenter, Vice President Biden’s Special Advisor for Europe and Russia, and Dr. Colin Kahl, the Vice President’s National Security Advisor, presented the agenda for the trip and answered questions about current U.S. policy toward Ukraine.”

Two days after receiving this memorandum, Burisma executives Zlochevsky and Vadym Pozharskyi, on Dec. 4, 2015, pushed Hunter Biden to call his father. The Burisma executives, according to Archer, expressed concern over the pressure they were under from Ukrainian investigators.


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The article appears to contradict Politico reporting in October that no “smoking gun” exists that proves any Biden family wrongdoing. Politico, a publication that tried to dismiss the Hunter Biden laptop story, typically works to suppress the Biden business scandal.

The outlet reviewed information that shows that “Joe Biden’s name and inner circle were more involved with the company than has been understood,” Schreckinger acknowledged:

The investigation also reveals that Joe Biden’s name and inner circle were more involved with the company than has been understood: In addition to the accounts provided by former executives, investor materials described Jim Biden as an adviser to his older brother. And on top of Joe Biden’s own previously reported encounter with the firm’s CEO, at least three of Joe Biden’s relatives did work with Americore. They include Jim Biden’s wife, Sara, and his son, Jamie. The president’s son, Hunter Biden also met with its CEO, and his personal doctor — current White House physician Kevin O’Connor — joined a meeting with Jim Biden and the president of a hospital being acquired by Americore, according to a former executive and emails obtained by POLITICO.

Politico’s change in turn comes months after House Oversight Committee chair James Comer (R-KY) produced findings in October about Americore and a $200,000 check landing in Joe Biden’s bank account.


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How Hur’s Report Hid Biden’s Obstruction

Special Counsel Robert Hur’s similar investigation of President Biden has just concluded, with Hur declining to indict Biden for his willful possession of classified documents, justifying the contrast with Trump by noting that, unlike Trump, Biden cooperated with the FBI and did not obstruct justice.

But a careful reading of Hur’s report suggests that at the same time Biden’s White House was pushing the FBI and the Department of Justice, aided by the National Archives, to encircle the impudent Trump, Biden was also impudently, but more cleverly and dishonestly, perpetrating the same obstruction, enabled by Hur’s intentional lack of critical scrutiny.

Recall that the pursuit of Trump was coming to a head around May 24, 2022, when Trump was subpoenaed for presidential records, following a February 2022 complaint letter from the National Archives to the Department of Justice, spurred by the White House. Although Hur does not mention the significance of May 2022, it was on May 24 that the White House Counsel’s Office, through Dana Remus, suddenly sought to “retrieve” President Biden’s files from the Penn Biden Center at the University of Pennsylvania, which had been financed largely through contributions from Chinese government-associated entities. Her purpose? To prepare, she told Hur, for “congressional inquiries” into the Biden family activities from 2017 to 2019, when Biden claimed he occupied the Center.

Given this time frame, we are led to believe by Biden’s team that this retrieval project originally had nothing to do with Biden’s potential possession of presidential records, both classified and unclassified, which belonged by law to the National Archives. By using the transparent ruse of a congressional investigation, they could explain why they were interested only in non-official acts of 2017-19 and not his time in office as vice president when he dealt with both classified and unclassified presidential records.

Much earlier, in March 2021, the Oval Office Operations Director had visited the Penn Biden Center to ascertain “what was there.” She reported some personal items and, of great interest now, “40 boxes” in a “hallway closet.” This evidence was later to bedevil Biden’s team and render a Hur whitewash tricky.

She took a picture, reproduced in the Hur report, showing the approximately forty bulging boxes, which, while somewhat disheveled and varied in appearance, seemed to hold all the closet’s documents in boxes, as opposed to being loose, that could be easily shipped as is.

Notably, the pictures do not show identical, uniform, and non-work documents, such as, for example, substantial condolence correspondence relating to the 2015 death of Beau Biden. Since Biden’s vice-presidential office had sent only fifteen boxes of documents to the “transition center” in 2017, then on to the Penn-Biden Center, and since Biden could keep classified and other presidential documents at his home, at least some of the 40 boxes likely came from Biden’s home to his new office at the Penn Biden Center. If so, wouldn’t many such documents be classified and possibly used by Biden at the Center, a crime?

On May 24, Remus coordinated with an executive assistant who had worked with Biden both during his second term as vice president and also during his tenancy at Penn Biden Center to pack the documents there and separate personal files. On June 28, 2022 (as the FBI was closing in on Trump), the executive assistant packed up what she thought were all of the files at the Center, which took only “half an hour” since “a lot of stuff was already packed up.”

Remus did not have the assistant send the documents, likely because that evening, the assistant wrote Remus by email, “13 boxes. There are clearly marked boxes with correspondence throughout 4 years.” This correspondence from the Center pointed to possible proof of Biden’s use of classified information after his term in office.


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‘The Bidens Were Clearly Given Millions of Dollars from Entities All Over the World’

While discussing FBI informant Alexander Smirnov being charged with making false statements, anchor Grant Stinchfield said, “Why should I even believe the FBI? They now have a history of lying to us about just about everything. Why do I believe them that this guy is lying?”

Marlow said, “Yeah I love this point. I don’t necessarily believe them either. It is kinda too soon to know for sure who is telling the truth here. But it is a total distraction. Remember the lawyer for the Clintons that gave false information to the FBI for Alfa Bank? He was charged with lying to the FBI and then he was acquitted. So who knows if this thing is going to get turned over.”

He continued, “All of this is a media hoax that is going on trying to make it so there is some indication there is no evidence against the Bidens. The Bidens were clearly given millions of dollars from entities all over the world. You were correct to play the Burisma example, the clearest one. Bribery on tape clear as day.”

Marlow added, “We still have a man with close ties to the Chinese government and military, sent the Biden family companies millions of dollars. He and Hunter have been frequent collaborators at the CEFC example. The energy executive also gave Hunter some ice, he gave him some diamonds. No one has explained this to us.”


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Biden New Comments on Meeting With Hunter Associates Are Incredible, Given Testimony of Hunter, Others

Then when the pictures of Joe meeting with Hunter's various business associates started dropping and some told their stories, Joe Biden's story was finally adjusted to him saying that he never was "in business" with his son. It was a big shift that they pretended had always been his position, in an Orwellian spin.

Hunter Biden gave his deposition behind closed doors on Thursday, and the transcript dropped on Friday. Among the things that Hunter admitted was that Joe Biden had dined with some of Hunter's associates at the Cafe Milano. There are also pictures of Joe Biden with some of those associates.

NY Post reporter Stephen Nelson managed to ask Biden as he was heading out to the helicopter about his interaction with his son Hunter's or brother Jim's business partners, and that House Speaker Mike Johnson had accused him of "lying repeatedly." Biden said that Speaker Johnson should "read the record of every single witness, these guys gotta stop this." That might not be a good thing to do as it won't look good for Biden.