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What’s in a name? That depends on who you ask – some names are more valuable than others.

House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer is asking President Biden whether his is worth $200,000 (or was in 2018, before inflation spiked). That was the amount of a check the president’s brother James wrote to Joe ostensibly as a “loan repayment.” Mr. Comer wants to know the details because there’s no record of such a loan elsewhere in the president’s documents.

 

It seems like a worthy question, given the allegations of Hunter Biden repeatedly using the family name to land lucrative sinecures at Ukrainian and Chinese energy companies – “10% for the Big Buy” and all that. There aren’t too many families with $200,000 checks circulating, let alone life-long public servants in a position to make that kind of loan.

 

While he’s at it, Chairman Comer shouldn’t neglect the other Biden brother. Frank Biden is a serial name-trader, going back at least to when he was a Florida real estate developer, and Joe was U.S. vice president.

Since 2018, Frank has been a non-attorney senior adviser at the Berman Law Group, a Boca Raton, Florida law firm. On Jan. 20, 2021, the day of his brother’s presidential inauguration, Frank placed an ad in Florida’s Daily Business Review.:snip:

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Jonathan Turley Weighs In On Hunter News: ‘None Of Us Have Seen The Likes Of This’

 

Fox News legal analyst Jonathan Turley weighed in on the newest report showing Hunter Biden sent his father, President Joe Biden, monthly payments from the bank account he reportedly used to receive money from Chinese business associates.

House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer released redacted bank records Monday showing direct payments to Biden from Hunter’s Owasco P.C. bank account. The payments appear to stem from September of 2018.

 

Turley said Monday an impeachment vote into Biden was “overdue” and there “was ample evidence to justify an impeachment inquiry.”

“I can’t imagine how anyone would look at this evidence and not believe that a formal inquiry should begin. There’s been a litany of lies that have come out of the Biden family and the White House. The president denied knowing about any of these business arrangements. Even Hunter said that wasn’t true,” Turley said, listing other pieces of evidence.

“We even have Joe Biden’s house being listed for some of these payments by Hunter Biden,” Turley continued. “It’s rather daunting to imagine what you need according to the Democrats. So I think the moment of truth has arrived. Democrats have either got to show that they stand against corruption and approve an inquiry or they have to take ownership of this. Influence peddling is the favorite form of corruption in Washington but none of us have seen the likes of this.”:snip:

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Hunter Biden’s direct payments to father coincided with Chinese transfers, bank inquiries

Newly disclosed bank records, released on Monday as part of the House Republicans' ongoing impeachment inquiry into President Biden, indicate that Hunter Biden arranged direct, monthly payments to his father. The records show that at least one payment of $1,380 was sent from Hunter Biden’s Owasco PC to Joe Biden in September 17, 2018.

At the time, Hunter Biden’s Owasco PC account was receiving payments from Hudson West III, a joint venture set up with executives from CEFC China Energy. The joint venture appeared to be in the process of winding down after CEFC’s founder and chairman, Ye Jianming, was detained and disappeared in China earlier in 2018, according to emails obtained from Hunter Biden’s laptop.

This new revelation fits a pattern that has emerged in the House investigation into the President and his family’s business dealings. That pattern suggests that Joe and Hunter Biden’s finances were intertwined, while Hunter Biden was raking in millions from his foreign business deals.

For his part, the President and the White House insist that he had no knowledge or relationship to his son's business deals and repeat that there is "no evidence" to the contrary.:snip:

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The Hits Just Keep Coming: House Committee Reveals Biden Corresponded With Hunter Biz Partner 327 Times

There have been all sorts of damning revelations about the Biden Crime Family in recent days. Turns out, First Son Hunter’s Owasco, P.C., business entity at one point made direct monthly payments to Joe—this despite repeated denials by the president that he was ever involved in his son’s foreign financial dealings.:snip:

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If the Bank of Biden shenanigans sound suspicious, it’s because they are — Follow the first family’s money

For a man who once claimed to be “the poorest man in Congress,” Joe Biden sure likes to loan out money.

For instance, the Bank of Biden supposedly gave $40,000 to his brother James.

James was able to repay the money barely a month later, after he coincidentally received a check from a Chinese energy company.

Next, the White House claims, Joe Biden helped his son make car payments.

That’s why Joe received a monthly payment of $1,380 in 2018 from his son Hunter’s law firm.

Hunter was just paying him back — possibly using money the son “earned” from that same Chinese energy firm, and a Ukrainian gas company, Burisma.

If all this sounds suspicious, that’s because it is!

Hunter Biden was making up to $80,000 a month from Burisma. His own memoir details his massive spending on drugs and prostitutes.

Why did he need his father to cover his car payments?

James Biden, meanwhile, is a man who spent his career profiting off his brother’s political positions. He always had some scheme going on, why does he need to hit up his brother for money?

There’s another possibility of course. It’s that all the money Hunter and James made were intermingled together as a Biden family fund.

What were these two grifters getting money for? Their proximity to power through their brother. If they were loaned anything, it was a family name and a vice president who was willing to drop by a business dinner.

After Joe Biden left office, he was “repaid” for those favors.:snip:

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The Biden denial

Scott Johnson

Dec. 7 2023

Yesterday President Biden appeared to make remarks urging Congress to pass his national security supplemental funding request. The White House has posted the transcript here. New York Post reporter Steven Nelson had this exchange with Biden (video below):

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Miranda Devine covers this exchange in her New York Post column today. She goes to some trouble to detail facts that belie Biden’s claim. Devine demonstrates that Biden’s denial is absurd. Indeed, it grows increasingly absurd every day. And yet here we are and here we shall be.

 

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The Biden denial

Scott Johnson

Dec. 7 2023

Yesterday President Biden appeared to make remarks urging Congress to pass his national security supplemental funding request. The White House has posted the transcript here. New York Post reporter Steven Nelson had this exchange with Biden (video below):

(Snip)

Miranda Devine covers this exchange in her New York Post column today. She goes to some trouble to detail facts that belie Biden’s claim. Devine demonstrates that Biden’s denial is absurd. Indeed, it grows increasingly absurd every day. And yet here we are and here we shall be.

 

Can we go bak to the "I Know Nothing" clip :rolleyes:

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The Biden family’s banking shell game

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President Biden isn’t interested in settling questions about his problematic financial interactions with family members. When asked Wednesday to explain payments flowing between him, his son Hunter and his brother Jim, he fired off a stern denial before shuffling away from the White House press pool.

“It’s just a bunch of lies,” the president said. “They’re lies. I did not. They’re lies.”

 

Reporters were inquiring about the discovery of bank records confirming that Hunter Biden’s business entity Owasco PC made small, regular deposits into the elder Biden‘s bank account. That’s the same Owasco that received millions in payments from Chinese state enterprises.

 

The president has consistently denied awareness of Hunter’s financial dealings. Friends of the administration go on to defend the transactions, explaining them as a dutiful son making payments on his father’s Ford Raptor while the son was using that pickup truck. House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer isn’t buying that story.

“This wasn’t a payment from Hunter Biden’s personal account but an account for his corporation that received payments from China and other shady corners of the world,” the Kentucky Republican said in a statement.

 

New documents also reveal Mr. Biden sent at least 54 emails to Hunter’s business partner Eric Schwerin. The then-vice president’s messages were concealed under aliases including “Robin Ware” and “Robert L. Peters.” That’s a curious thing for someone not involved in the business to do.

Mr. Comer joined House Judiciary Chairman Jim Jordan, Ohio Republican, in giving Hunter Biden until Dec. 13 to appear before the committees to explain what’s going on in a deposition, threatening contempt of Congress proceedings should the president’s son fail to appear pursuant to a subpoena issued last month.:snip:

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Who Is Sara Biden? Joe’s In-Law Emerges as Central Figure in Foreign Cash Deals

Trouble has followed Sara Catherine Jones since she married into the Biden family almost three decades ago.

Not long after her 1995 wedding to Jim Biden, she took a job with one of his brother Joe’s Senate donors, who later accused her of “fraud” and “unjust enrichment,” according to court records reviewed by RealClearInvestigations. In the years since, she and her husband have been accused of reneging on debts and failing to pay their taxes, court and property records show. Like their nephew, first son Hunter Biden, they have reportedly sold the promise of access to their powerful relative to companies, several of which have gone bankrupt, some of which are tied to foreign countries hostile to the United States.

 

Now, Sara Jones Biden has emerged as a key figure in the mushrooming Biden foreign influence-peddling scandal.

 

GOP lawmakers seek to question the 64-year-old licensed attorney as part of their investigation of President Biden for possible impeachable offenses, including bribery. They are especially interested in subpoenaed bank records that include almost a quarter million dollars in checks Sara Biden wrote to her brother-in-law Joe, conspicuously marking them as “loan repayment.” Republicans want to ask her about the origin of those loans and whether checks “were funded by Biden influence-peddling schemes with China.”

“The Committees require you to provide details of these payments and other related matters,” the chairmen of the House Oversight and Judiciary committees said in a joint letter they sent to her last month demanding she make herself available for a transcribed interview. In addition, they sent a subpoena to her husband for testimony and information.:snip:

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Americore Gave James Biden $600k Loan on Promise He’d Deliver Funding from Middle East, Trustee Says

Carol Fox, an Americore Chapter 11 trustee, told the House Oversight Committee on Monday that the now-bankrupt healthcare company previously provided a $600,000 loan to James Biden on the promise that he could bring in funding from the Middle East that never materialized.

 

On March 1, 2018, after Americore wired a $200,000 loan to James and Sara Biden’s personal bank account, James Biden sent a payment of the same amount to Joe Biden for an alleged loan repayment.

Fox previously filed a lawsuit against James Biden claiming he made “representations that his last name, ‘Biden,’ could ‘open doors’ and that he could obtain a large investment from the Middle East based on his political connections.”

The suit alleged that Americore sent $600,000 to James and Sara Biden’s personal bank accounts in total and demanded James Biden repay Americore the full amount. James Biden ultimately agreed to a settlement payment of $350,000.

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Joe Biden's Brother Was Caught on Tape in FBI Bribery Sting

Joe Biden's brother, James Biden, was caught on tape in the 1990s taking a bribe, and the FBI has video evidence of it. According to a report from the Washington Post, a corrupt trial attorney went to James Biden to get what he wanted... solely because he is Joe Biden's brother.

 

Richard “Dickie” Scruggs, a famed Mississippi trial attorney, was tantalizingly close to a historic deal to force tobacco companies to pay billions of dollars — but there was one last hurdle. A divided Congress had to sign off. And Scruggs had identified one of the most skeptical senators, Joe Biden, as a key to winning the vote. 

Scruggs turned to Biden’s younger brother James, an old acquaintance who ran a D.C. consulting firm with his wife, Sara. 

Scruggs paid the firm $100,000 in 1998 for advice on passing the bill, Scruggs said in an interview at his office here — the first time he has disclosed the amount. :snip:

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Americore Gave James Biden $600k Loan on Promise He’d Deliver Funding from Middle East, Trustee Says

On March 1, 2018, after Americore wired a $200,000 loan to James and Sara Biden’s personal bank account, James Biden sent a payment of the same amount to Joe Biden for an alleged loan repayment.

We're going to have to start saying "Loan" rather than Loan.

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