Known serial liar President Joe Biden claimed “it’s just a bunch of lies” that he interacted with his son Hunter Biden’s business associates despite oodles of evidence that prove otherwise.
“Can you explain to the Americans who submitted this impeachment inquiry why you interacted with so many of your son’s and brother’s foreign business associates?” a reporter asked Biden at the White House on Wednesday.
He referenced an October Associated Press-NORC poll that found nearly “70 percent of Americans, including 40 percent of Democrats, believe that you acted either illegally or unethically in regards to your family’s business interests.”
“I’m not going to comment. I did not, and it’s just a bunch of lies. They’re lies,” Biden insisted.
“You didn’t interact with their business associates?” the reporter questioned.
“I did not. They are lies,” Biden replied before abruptly leaving the room.
There are hundreds of emails, texts, voicemails, bank records, receipts, White House visitor logs, photos, and sworn witness testimonies from Biden business associates indicating Joe played a large role in his family’s international influence-peddling scheme.
This isn’t the first time Biden lied about his involvement in the Biden family business, and it likely won’t be the last.
On the 2020 presidential campaign trail, Biden told voters that he “never discussed with my son or my brother or anyone else anything having to do with their business.” He insisted, in 2019, that “there will be an absolute wall between personal and private [business interests] and the government.”
When Hunter’s laptop, which had proof Biden met Vadym Pozharskyi of Ukrainian energy company Burisma, surfaced and former Biden business partner Tony Bobulinski claimed he met with Joe mere weeks before the 2020 election, Biden went from denying business discussions to denying that Hunter ever made money on China. (Spoiler alert: the “big guy” and Hunter both made money on China).
It wasn’t until recently that White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre shifted from insisting POTUS never discussed business with his son to claiming “the president was never in business with his son.” She also began calling evidence that the Bidens sold political favors to foreign oligarchs a “private” and “personal” matter.
Meanwhile, Democrats claim that while Biden may have talked with Hunter’s business buddies, “They never once spoke about any business dealings.”
“There is not a shred of evidence of a single conflict of interest of President Biden ever doing anything in connection or in relation to Hunter Biden’s business ventures,” Rep. Daniel Goldman said in July.
Corporate media tried to cover for this flip-flop by claiming that Biden’s relationship with Hunter’s business partners has “long been known.”