Just how much has China paid the Biden family to be their representatives in the United States? China knows an honest politician when they see one.
Once you buy Joe Biden, he stays bought, and China has paid top dollar for his services.
That $70 million dollars is from 2017 to today. That’s over $20 million per year. The Chinese government invested a total of over $4 billion dollars with companies owned by Hunter Biden and his partners.
This has to be unwelcome news to Democrats who have already had to endorse Biden even by those that admit they believe Joe Biden sexually assaulted former staffer, Tara Reade.
One Democrat said she would vote for Biden even if she found out that Biden broiled and ate children. Now, tell me that isn’t unhinged.
Joe Biden has spent the better part of the past few years defending the CCP. He is now trying to act tough on China, while accusing President Trump of being soft on the communist country.
The center, which is named for Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, reportedly accepted a $22 million gift from an anonymous Chinese donor. Under federal law, foreign gifts over $250,000 must be disclosed to the government.
Additionally, the name of the donor must be listed in the disclosure.
The National Legal and Policy Center filed a complaint last week with the Department of Education over the University of Pennslyvania’s Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement’s failure to disclose large gifts from China.
Since 2017 alone, when the Biden Center opened and after Joe Biden announced he was running for President in April 2018, the university received over $70 million from China, of which $22 million were listed as “Anonymous.” Federal law requires the disclosure of the source of all donations over $250,000. The complaint also requests referral to the Department of Justice to file an enforcement action seeking compliance and to recoup all the costs of the investigation.
Breitbart News reported this week that an Australian college student is facing expulsion over his criticism of the Chinese government and its influence on his university.
Although the university held a disciplinary hearing last week, officials have yet to decide if the student will be expelled.