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If Elon Musk can spare a little change, he might want to consider snatching up Wikipedia as a cherry on top of his Twitter cake, for it appears they too are in the business of protecting the Biden family empire.
Fox News’ Tucker Carlson reported Tuesday that the online resource has curiously removed the page for Hunter Biden’s investment company, Rosemont Seneca Partners, seemingly in light of allegations the firm funded bioresearch in Ukraine.
During the segment on “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” the host remarked that Rosemont Seneca “is the firm that funded research on deadly pathogens in Ukraine with a contractor, which happened, despite the fact they say it didn’t happen, it did happen. Period. That’s true.”
“The fact that they flip out and call you names for saying it tells you just how true it is. By the way, [they] raised a bunch of money in China. China visuals intern funded the company. Joe Biden knew all about this,” Carlson asserted. “This show obtained a photo of Joe Biden golfing with his son and members of Rosemont Seneca’s board. We aired it and they hated that. But now, President Biden insists ‘There is nothing to see here.'”
Carlson then introduced Australian columnist and writer Miranda Devine who believes the continuing discoveries revealing the nature of Hunter Biden’s business affairs are “unsustainable for the White House.”
“Yesterday, Steven Nelson, who’s a New York Post Washington correspondent, asked Joe Biden himself as he was walking by why Hunter Biden’s business partner, Eric Schwerin, had gone to the White House 19 times to visit his office? And Joe Biden just brushed past and didn’t answer the question even though he heard it. This is unsustainable for the White House,” Devine assessed.
“If Joe Biden was not involved and knew nothing about Hunter’s business dealings, why was he meeting so many of his partners?” she asked. “Why did he invite Eric Schwerin to come at least two dozen times now, we have found, to the White House, to his office, to meet with him, his wife, and various of his assistants?”
Devine noted, “Eric Schwerin wasn’t just anybody. He was the president of Rosemont Seneca, the company that’s just been wiped out of existence by Wikipedia. He had signature privileges for Joe Biden on his bank accounts. There was one peculiar bank account that Eric Schwerin asked Hunter about, about moving Joe Biden’s money in and out of [it], and that was called the Wilmington Trust Social Account. What was that account?” she wondered.
The author of “Laptop from Hell: Hunter Biden, Big Tech, and the Dirty Secrets the President Tried to Hide,” continued:
“Now, we know that in Delaware, the U.S. attorney in the grand jury there has been looking into Hunter Biden’s business dealings, and they have been asking who is ‘the big guy?’ And ‘the big guy’ we know from Tony Bobulinski is Joe Biden. And remember, Tony Bobulinski is another business partner of Hunter’s who Joe Biden met.”
Carlson concluded that it’s all just “amazing” and a bit “weird.”
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