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The Government Accountability Institute, a conservative think-tank created by Steve Bannon and famed investigate journalist Peter Schweizer, has obtained proof that President Joe Biden “was a direct beneficiary” of his crack-smoking son Hunter’s “nefarious foreign dealings,” according to Fox News host Sean Hannity.
This finding was relayed to him Wednesday on Fox News’ “Hannity” by former Utah Rep. Jason Chaffetz, who now works alongside Schweizer at the GAI.
“I’m a distinguished fellow at the GAI. I work with Peter, and what he’s done is he’s cross-referenced some of the data from the Hunter Biden laptop with the Secret Service records released by Sen. Johnson,” Chaffetz told him, referring to Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson.
By cross-referencing the data, the former congressman continued, Schweizer discovered “evidence that Joe Biden himself — Joe and Jill Biden — took direct benefit by using assets and things that were purchased based on the transactions that Hunter Biden was involved in and engaged with these foreign entities.”
Furthermore, the Bidens allegedly enjoyed the fruits of Hunter’s “labor” despite knowing that their son’s business dealings have always been shady.
(Video: Fox News)
“Remember, Hunter Biden has had problems with Russian hookers, he’s under a tax investigation by the federal government, he’s had problems with guns, he’s had trouble with drugs, he’s taken money from the former mayor of Moscow’s wife in the tune of millions of dollars [and] he’s flown on Air Force 2 with his business associates,” Chaffetz explained.
“How does a business associate of Hunter Biden fly on Air Force 2 to go to Mexico to set up a deal!? He’s also flown on Air Force 2 to China, and then he has these Ukraine monies flowing in by the tens of millions of dollars,” he added.
You add all the damning accusations and evidence together, and it becomes clear that “this is one of the biggest political scandals we have ever seen,” according to the former congressman.
Except that “it’s being covered up by the media” and “the FBI certainly is doing its part to make sure that this information doesn’t get out the door.”
It may be tempting to dismiss Chaffetz’s words as just partisan posturing, yet his perspective is shared by noted liberal legal scholar Jonathan Turley.
“[E]ither this is the greatest frame up of all time or it is the greatest cover up. The problem is that, if it is a cover up, the media played a major role in it,” he wrote recently in regard to all the incriminating evidence on Hunter’s infamous laptop.
Jonathan Turley on Hunter Biden laptop disclosures: ‘Greatest frame up of all time, or greatest cover up’ https://t.co/A2Hv55rkJe
— Bo Snerdley (@BoSnerdley) July 5, 2021
Worse, the apparent cover-up continues to this day. Hunter Biden is now hawking so-called “artwork” for prices way beyond the norm for a newbie “artist.”
“There was recently a Van Gogh painting that was discovered, and guess what? It went up for auction for $150,000. It was only one-third the price of a Biden,” Chaffetz noted.
Hunter’s “work” has already received bids of up to $500,000, raising concerns that the Bidens are using the “artwork” for a “pay-to-play” scheme. The way such schemes work is that a party that seeks something (perhaps a grant) funnels money to a political figure, and the political figure then gives them what they want. This is of course illegal, though that hasn’t stopped other Democrats from doing it.
— Conservative News (@BIZPACReview) August 25, 2016
Meanwhile, on Wednesday a large contingent of Republicans from the House Oversight Committee submitted a letter to White House counsel Dana Remus demanding answers about Hunter’s artwork but also drawing attention to a myriad of other Biden family “cash grabs” that have been spotted.
“This pattern — which appears to be nothing short of a cash-grab — continues beyond President Biden’s children. Just last week, it was reported that Valerie Biden Owens, the President’s ‘sister, confidante, and longtime political strategist,’ will publish a book presumably detailing her time as ‘The Joe Biden Whisperer,'” the letter reads.
“The publisher, Celadon Books, did not disclose ‘financial terms.’ The nontransparent nature of the transaction raises questions about what exactly is not available to be monetized as it relates to President Biden’s time in the White House,” it continues.
So does Biden’s brother, Francis “Frank” Biden, advertising his law firm by promoting his ties to the U.S. president. The fact is, the Republicans wrote, that “the Biden family has” a track record for “influence peddling,” and this needs to stop.
“The recent revelations of Biden family members again trading on President Biden’s name is an inauspicious beginning to a presidency purportedly aimed at cultivating trust, unity, and honesty,” the letter continues.
“To understand the extent of the Biden family’s use of its connection to the President to enrich itself and any steps your office is taking to mitigate future self-dealing, please produce the following information to the Committee by July 28, 2021,” it adds.
The list of demands include all “documents and communications” pertaining to Biden and Hunter’s joint trips overseas, pertaining to Hunter’s “artwork” and pertaining to other Biden family members’ business dealings.
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