Americans with an ounce of common sense have to ask themselves how Joe Biden and his family got so filthy rich. Biden has been nothing but a politician his whole life. Sure, he managed to weasel his way into, first an eight-year gig as the second-highest elected official in the world and, finally, to the highest.
But congressional representatives, senators, and even vice presidents, don’t paychecks capable of building a massive wealth empire. The U.S. pay scale for elected officials is okay, but it’s not the kind of thing that someone could build into elite financial status. However, that’s where the Biden family is. How did a man and his family get to be so rich?
Did Hunter pick a few correct ponies at the racetrack? Maybe brother Jim bagged a winning lottery ticket? Are the Bidens possibly Wall Street tycoons? No, Joe Biden’s family is none of the above. However, as new evidence continues to emerge, it becomes clearer what they really are. The Bidens are a bunch of influence-peddling crooks!
Hunter Biden has been the primary focus for years. However, as his scams become increasingly obvious, it becomes more apparent that Joe himself is part of every scam. In fact, Joe Biden is probably more instrumental in every scheme than most believe. He’s not referred to as “the big guy” for no reason. Joe Biden is like a mob boss.
He’s the ringleader of the most corrupt political family in the history of the U.S. The Bidens make New York City’s crooked Tammany Hall. The NYC corruption spanned more than a century, but the Biden family scams have been swindling Americans for decades. No one from the big NYC political machine made it to the ultimate political office, either.
Joe Biden’s ascension to the vice presidency opened up schemes that no other American politician has been able to abuse. Biden’s drug-addicted son took full advantage. But Hunter did not act alone. He had both the support and the direction of his father. Joe Biden can keep trying to run from the truth, but eventually it’s going to catch up with him.
Soon, a former Obama White House official is going to land a devastating blow to Biden’s hopes of skirting justice. Joe Biden has consistently denied knowing anything about Hunter’s potential overseas schemes. But the evidence clearly says otherwise. Critics insist that Hunter got various high paid positions for no other reason than his dad was the vice president.
That’s the textbook addition for “influence peddling.” But did dad just get his number one son jobs? Or, were there other kickbacks to the entire family that resulted from Joe Biden’s exerting influence as a high-ranking elected U.S. official? The upcoming testimony from an Obama staff member may be like a bomb going off in the Biden household.
Many experts believe this testimony will tie Joe Biden directly to the long-running Burisma scandal. It’s almost a certainty. Mike McCormick is the witness. McCormick was a stenographer in the White House for 15 years. He served throughout President Barack Obama’s administration between 2011 and 2017.
The defining moment of the trial, however, was when prosecution witness Special Operator First Class Corey Scott – in a Perry-Mason-like moment – spontaneously admitted to having killed the wounded ISIS fighter himself by obstructing his breathing tube. Scott said it was a “mercy killing”, under the rationale that the boy’s preexisting wounds made saving his life impossible and – even if he were to survive – Scott wanted to spare the boy the rape and torture he’d inevitably receive at the hands of American-friendly Iraqi forces.
This reflected a widespread moral quandary in the region, where American military members “following the rules” and handing enemy prisoners over to coalition forces would be subjecting them to far worse abuse than soldiers who committed extrajudicial killings.
The Uniform Code of Military Justice prohibits American troops from transferring custody of prisoners who they believe may be tortured or murdered; however, on a practical level, the number of prisoners held if this rule had been followed would have been enough to render American forces completely combat-ineffective.
Under an immunity agreement, Scott’s testimony could not be used against him, but conceivably the Navy could have charged him with perjury for inconsistencies with prior testimony. In the end, they chose to drop the matter entirely after Gallagher was acquitted. Despite the many accusations of corruption, four military attorneys on the case were given Navy Achievement Medals a week after the trial.
Crenshaw’s team disputed Gallagher’s series of events in a statement to Valiant News, insisting “Crenshaw was fighting for Gallagher” and neither advocated “continued incarceration” nor lobbied other congressmen against freeing him, citing this Fox News article.
“Nearly everything Eddie Gallagher claimed in his video was inaccurate,” Crenshaw’s team told us, “and falsely portrays Congressman Crenshaw’s attempts to help him.”