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If President Joe Biden Were Innocent In Foreign Bribery Scheme, He Would Have Spoken Up By Now

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Biden could answer many questions about whether he sold out his country to financially enrich his family but he won’t.

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President Joe Biden has many, many personal and public problems and many, many strategies for downplaying them to the sympathetic corporate media. Keeping his mouth shut is not usually one of them — yet that’s exactly the route the senior Biden is taking when it comes to allegations about his participation in an international bribery scheme during his vice presidency.

There are plenty of questions Biden could answer about whether he sold out his country to financially enrich his family.

What exactly does the Biden family do to warrant massive payments from foreign nationals? How many Bidens are profiting from this? Was Joe Biden really in the room when Hunter was threatening a Chinese Communist Party official for not keeping a “commitment” over WhatsApp? Why did a Ukrainian FBI informant refer to Joe Biden as “the big guy?” Does that mean Biden was on the receiving end of foreign money designated for “the big guy?” Why were millions of dollars of payments diverted to the Bidens through a series of diluted payments to multiple bank accounts?

I could go on and on and on and on.

The truth is, if the Bidens’ multimillion-dollar family “business” is legitimate, the president wouldn’t have a problem answering basic questions about allegations of wrongdoing. Yet, even when a question about the evidence implicating the president slips through corporate media gatekeepers, Biden and the White House resort to silence.

When he does speak up, Biden and his team merely insist that the president has done nothing wrong ever.

A Compulsive Liar Who Lies About Lying

On day one, Biden’s White House swore to “bring transparency and truth back to government.” On day 888, Americans have still received no such thing.

It’s no secret that Biden has a big mouth. For most of the decades he’s spent in the public eye, Biden has embraced his role as a serial liar who uses tall tales and fabulism to skate through his few interactions with the media.

He’s repeatedly and incessantly lied about his past, his education, a naval academy appointment, his late son, his grandkids, the circumstances that killed his first wife, and desegregation. He’s also lied in the form of plagiarism, and lied about the state of our union.

Biden’s response to evidence of corruption and bribery seems to be no exception to his untruthful track record. Even so, Biden’s vehement denials that his family leveraged his position as vice president to line their pockets with foreign cash have slowed.

Pre-2020 election, Biden persistently insisted that “there’s not been one scintilla of evidence that my son ever interfered, that [he] ever asked me anything, that I ever got involved in anything.”

More recently, despite all of the evidence implicating Biden, he and the White House have only uttered a few words in his defense.

In mid-June, Biden met a reporter’s query about why a “Ukraine FBI informant file refer to you as the big guy” with agitation.

“Why’d you ask such a dumb question?” Biden replied.

That was followed by a formal statement last week from White House counsel spokesman Ian Sams, who claimed that “As we have said many times before, the President was not in business with his son.”

Biden affirmed Sams’ statement again this week when a reporter asked the president if he ever lied about “never speaking to Hunter about his business deals.”

“No,” Biden replied as he strolled out of the room.

Biden’s short answer is demonstrably false and designed to distract the administration’s puppets in the press, a strategy that worked in the president’s favor for years.

There are White House visitor logs, reported audio recordings, voicemails, emails, and receipts that all indicate the president not only knew about his son’s foreign entanglements but also profited off of them in exchange for favorable policy decisions.

If Biden was innocent, he could easily dispel corruption allegations by answering questions about mounting evidence and complying with Republicans’ investigation. Instead, he’s opting for silence and lies that further fuel Americans’ suspicions that their president and national security are compromised.


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