Speculation is building about the latest earth-moving scandal to come out of the Democrat Joe Biden ‘crime family’, as the points of data are coming together to form a sinister picture of what exactly the Biden family was doing since Joe Biden became Vice President.
According to a recent report from Just The News, China allegedly funds Joe Biden’s office at the Penn Biden Center, which is the center of controversy over stolen government documents. The report from John Solomon is that the office space is funded by the Chinese Communist Party to the tune of nearly 50 Million dollars:
“University of Pennsylvania, which hosted the Penn Biden Center where classified documents were found in November, received $47.7 million from China in the three years when Biden was affiliated with it.
The University of Pennsylvania, the Ivy League institution which collected tens of millions of dollars from China while paying Joe Biden and hosting his foreign policy think tank, successfully pressured the Biden Justice Department to end an FBI counterespionage program targeting Beijing’s increasing influence within U.S. academia.”
Ironically, as JTN reports:
Attorney General Merrick Garland shut down the FBI’s so-called China initiative in February 2022 shortly after more than 160 members of the University of Pennsylvania faculty signed and made public an open letter demanding the program be shuttered, on the grounds that it amounted to racial profiling. The faculty letter was part of a larger university battle against the program.
The stolen government documents in Joe Biden’s possession are now being investigated by an Attorney General appointed Special Counsel. Documents were found in numerous places, including in Biden’s personal messy and insecure garage at his home.
And what is even more suspicious is that Biden’s embattled son Hunter, who is the center of his own massive scandal involving a laptop full of crimes, was living at home attached to the garage that held the stolen documents.
Newsweek reported on those details:
President Joe Biden suggested his “locked garage,” containing “my Corvette,” was a secure location for the latest batch of classified documents.
Meanwhile, a new report has found Hunter Biden lived at the address from 2018 to 2019. Hunter, the president’s troubled son, has been accused of peddling access to his father when Joe was vice president to reap financial benefits.
The Washington Free Beacon reported it has documented evidence Hunter Biden claimed the then-vice president’s residence as his own, according to images of Hunter Biden’s Delaware driver’s license stored on his laptop.
Hunter Biden has a host of foreign business contacts; he is also said to be facing investigation over alleged tax fraud and misstatements about past drug use on a gun application, the Free Beacon reported.
Attorney General Merrick Garland named a special counsel Thursday to investigate President Biden’s handling of classified documents.
The new find — like the original, from Biden’s time as vice president — was uncovered in the garage of his home in Wilmington, Delaware, where he often spends weekends, the White House said.
Robert Hur, who was appointed by former President Donald Trump, is empowered to examine whether the cache violated any law.
“Under the regulations, the extraordinary circumstances here require the appointment of a special counsel,” Garland said.
The appointment came hours after the White House acknowledged the second batch of papers but did not address their contents. The first set was found at a Washington think tank where Biden had an office.
Republicans in Congress have been accusing the White House of a cover-up and swiftly announced their own inquiry to run independently of the criminal probe.
“I take classified documents and classified material seriously,” Biden told reporters. “We’re cooperating fully, completely with the Justice Department’s review.
“As part of that process, my lawyers reviewed other places where documents from my time as vice president were stored, and they finished the review last night.”
The president said a “small number” of documents with classified markings had been found in storage areas and his library and the Justice Department was notified immediately.
Biden declined to take shouted questions from the press, but a White House lawyer said later the documents had been “inadvertently misplaced.”
Hur is a former assistant U.S. attorney who worked in the DOJ from 2007 until 2014 and returned to public service under Trump as the principal associate deputy attorney general.
He promised a swift investigation and pledged to be “fair, impartial, and dispassionate.”
The first cache of Biden documents was discovered a week before last year’s midterm elections but not revealed by the White House until Monday, prompting accusations from Republicans that it was kept secret for political reasons.
Rep. James Comer, R-Ky., head of the House Oversight Committee, said he would be leading an investigation into the “mishandling of classified documents and the Swamp’s efforts to hide this information.”
“There are many questions about why the Biden administration kept this matter a secret from the public, who had access to the office and the residence, and what information is contained in these classified documents,” he said.
Trump took to his Truth Social platform to call for an immediate end to his investigation “because I did everything right.”
After the first batch of Biden documents was discovered at his former office at the Penn Biden Center think tank last November, lawyers turned them over to the National Archives, which handles all such materials, the White House counsel’s office said.
Lawyers for Biden then scoured possible locations for any other stray documents.
Tempers flared during an exchange between Biden’s press secretary, Karine Jean-Pierre, and reporters seeking to know if she was aware of any discussions in the White House about delaying public disclosure of the original discovery.