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How five members of Joe Biden's family got rich through his connections

Senator MBNA has always been dirty and its always been common knowledge.

How five members of Joe Biden's family got rich through his connections

Political figures have long used their families to route power and benefits for their own self-enrichment. In my new book, “Profiles in Corruption: Abuse of Power by America’s Progressive Elite,” one particular politician — Joe Biden — emerges as the king of the sweetheart deal, with no less than five family members benefiting from his largesse, favorable access and powerful position for commercial gain. In Biden’s case, these deals include foreign partners and, in some cases, even U.S. taxpayer dollars.

The Biden family’s apparent self-enrichment involves no less than five family members: Joe’s son Hunter, son-in-law Howard, brothers James and Frank, and sister Valerie.


This family is trash. Up to now they’ve been protected from being exposed by the media by TPTB. This just makes the Dims even angrier than they usually are knowing that they’re no longer safe from exposure for their lies and shameless hypocrisy. That why it’s funny to hear The Great Orange Asshole being called out for his lies by Al From/Bill Clinton’s Koch-brothers-financed, Third Way ‘New’ Democratic Party. Those people want to talk about cheats and liars? Then we should start the conversation with the Steele/Clinton Dossier and make them explain how trying to overturn an election based in lies, corruption, fake FISA court warrants, and the involvement of Great Britain, Australia, and Italy is anything short of criminal.

That wasn’t the greatest scandal of our lifetime. It IS the biggest scandal (and criminal conspiracy) in this poor country’s existence.

Posted by AmandaCMatthews | Sat Jan 18, 2020, 07:46 PM (54 replies)

MALARKEY! Trump campaign highlights Joe Biden's changing story on his past opposition to the OBL


MALARKEY! Trump campaign highlights Joe Biden's changing story on his past opposition to the OBL raid

There’s video thst proves all of Unca Joe’s gears are grinding to a halt. Either that or he thinks EVERYONE else is stupid and/or can’t remember anything prior to breakfast either. Biden’s always been a liar and a fraud. Now he’s just a more-than-slightly’daft’ liar and fraud.

NOTE: I would never have used this ‘source’ but they have more than adequate back-up to prove their ‘point’.
Posted by AmandaCMatthews | Sat Jan 4, 2020, 08:12 PM (3 replies)

Words I never expected to see...ever.

Giuliani could not immediately be reached for comment on Thursday.

Feds probing Giuliani on possible campaign finance, lobbying violations

Posted by AmandaCMatthews | Thu Nov 14, 2019, 11:13 PM (7 replies)

Orrin Hatch: Joe Biden told me he 'didn't believe' Anita Hill during Clarence Thomas hearings

Hahahaha. This story sure got knocked of the news media the second the Ukraine call was made public.

Coincidence??? Nah. Just business as usual for the msm.


Orrin Hatch: Joe Biden told me he 'didn't believe' Anita Hill during Clarence Thomas hearings

Former Vice President Joe Biden’s handling of Anita Hill’s sexual harassment allegations against then-Supreme Court nominee Clarence Thomas is under new scrutiny, as a former Senate colleague and fellow Judiciary Committee member contradicted Biden’s repeated recollections of his feelings at the time of those contentious hearings.

In the new FOX Nation documentary, “The Confirmation Chronicles Vol. 2: High-Tech Lynching,” former Republican Sen. Orrin Hatch, R-Utah, said that Biden told him during the 1991 proceedings that he did not believe Anita Hill.

“Biden told me personally that he didn’t believe her. He said, ‘I don't know why she did this.’ I don't mean to malign Joe, but Joe told me he didn’t believe her and there were some others that told me that, too,” said Hatch.

Fox News has reached out to the Biden campaign for a response to these new revelations.


After more than 100 days that captivated the country, Thomas was confirmed by a narrow majority of 52 to 48. Biden voted against sending Thomas to the Supreme Court.


The new claim from Hatch challenges repeated statements from Biden regarding how he felt about Hill’s allegations.

In 2017, appearing at a Glamour’s Women of the Year event in New York, Biden said that he “believed Anita Hill.”




The former vice president anticipated that Hill's experience under his committee could be a problem for his campaign, so he called her a few weeks before making his official announcement this spring. According to his campaign, he expressed "his regret for what she endured." For Hill, that didn't go far enough.

"I cannot be satisfied by simply saying, 'I'm sorry for what happened to you,'" Hill, who is now a professor at Brandeis University, told The New York Times in an April phone interview. She refused to characterize Biden's comments as an apology. At the same time, she said that her experience with Biden did not necessarily disqualify him from the presidency. "I'm really open to people changing," she said.


Biden is a self-serving SOB.

Posted by AmandaCMatthews | Fri Sep 27, 2019, 09:13 PM (11 replies)

Solomon: These once-secret memos cast doubt on Joe Biden's Ukraine story

I still think that The Great Orange Asshole is a pig and I’m NOT defending him. But the fact that the Dims have screwed the pooch again drives me to post things like this. Biden is a snake. Always was. And now he’s a semi-coherent snake who lies constantly (as always). This is so damn depressing.


Solomon: These once-secret memos cast doubt on Joe Biden's Ukraine story

Former Vice President Joe Biden, now a 2020 Democratic presidential contender, has locked into a specific story about the controversy in Ukraine.

He insists that, in spring 2016, he strong-armed Ukraine to fire its chief prosecutor solely because Biden believed that official was corrupt and inept, not because the Ukrainian was investigating a natural gas company, Burisma Holdings, that hired Biden's son, Hunter, into a lucrative job.

There’s just one problem.

Hundreds of pages of never-released memos and documents — many from inside the American team helping Burisma to stave off its legal troubles — conflict with Biden’s narrative.

And they raise the troubling prospect that U.S. officials may have painted a false picture in Ukraine that helped ease Burisma’s legal troubles and stop prosecutors’ plans to interview Hunter Biden during the 2016 U.S. presidential election.

For instance, Burisma’s American legal representatives met with Ukrainian officials just days after Biden forced the firing of the country’s chief prosecutor and offered “an apology for dissemination of false information by U.S. representatives and public figures” about the Ukrainian prosecutors, according to the Ukrainian government’s official memo of the meeting. The effort to secure that meeting began the same day the prosecutor's firing was announced.


Posted by AmandaCMatthews | Fri Sep 27, 2019, 08:37 PM (5 replies)

Robert Mueller helped Saudi Arabia cover up its role in 9/11 attacks: suit

Robert Mueller helped Saudi Arabia cover up its role in 9/11 attacks: suit


As the head of the FBI at the time, they say Mueller was not nearly as interested in investigating that espionage conspiracy, which also involved foreign intelligence officers. Far from it, the record shows he covered up evidence pointing back to the Saudi Embassy and Riyadh — and may have even misled Congress about what he knew.


Time and again, agents were called off from pursuing leads back to the kingdom’s embassy in Washington, as well as its consulate in Los Angeles, where former FBI Agent Stephen Moore headed a 9/11 task force looking into local contacts made by two of the 15 Saudi hijackers, Moore testified in an affidavit for the 9/11 lawsuit. He concluded that “diplomatic and intelligence personnel of Saudi Arabia knowingly provided material support to the two hijackers and facilitated the 9/11 plot.” Yet he and his team were not allowed to interview them, according to the suit.

In Washington, former FBI Agent John Guandolo, who worked terror cases out of the bureau’s DC office, said then-Saudi Ambassador Prince Bandar “should have been treated as a terrorist suspect” for giving money to a woman who funded two of the 9/11 hijackers. But he was never questioned either, Guandolo said.

Instead, Mueller obliged what Guandolo called an “outrageous request” from Bandar within days of the attacks to help evacuate from the country dozens of Saudi officials, including at least one Osama bin Laden relative on the terror watch list. Mueller assured their safe passage to planes, using agents as personal escorts, according to FBI documents obtained by Judicial Watch. Agents who should have been interrogating the Saudis instead acted as their bodyguards.

In 2002, Mueller prevented agents from arresting the Saudi-sponsored al Qaeda cleric who privately counseled the Saudi hijackers, said Raymond Fournier, an agent with the Joint Terrorism Task Force in San Diego at the time. “He was responsible for vacating the arrest warrant for Anwar al-Awlaki for passport fraud,” Fournier said. He even ordered agents who detained the fiend at JFK to release him into the custody of a “Saudi representative,” Fournier said. The FBI closed their investigation of Awlaki, who was allowed to leave the US on a Saudi plane. “Shortly thereafter, the Fort Hood shooting occurred and Awlaki’s fingerprints were all over that incident,” said former FBI Agent Michael Biasello, who helped work the Texas terror case.

At the same time, Mueller removed a veteran agent from investigating a tip that an adviser to the Saudi royal family had met with some of the Saudi hijackers at his home in Sarasota, Fla., effectively killing the case, according to the lawsuit. The home was suddenly abandoned two weeks before 9/11.

Mueller even tried to shut down a congressional investigation into the Saudi hijackers and their contacts in LA and San Diego, said Bob Graham, who led the joint inquiry as Senate Intelligence Committee chair. “The strongest objections” to his staff investigators visiting FBI offices there came from the FBI director himself, said Graham, in a 2017 interview with Harper’s magazine. Among other things, Mueller refused their demands to question a paid FBI informant who roomed with the hijackers and even moved him to a safe house where they couldn’t find him, Graham said. Mueller, with the White House, redacted 28 pages detailing Saudi-9/11 ties from the congressional report.

He also gave testimony to Congress that was, at the very least, misleading. In an October 2002 closed-door hearing, Mueller claimed he found out about Saudi-9/11 connections only as a result of the joint inquiry’s investigative work: “ome facts came to light here and to me, frankly, that had not come to light before.” Only, Moore said he gave Mueller “daily” briefings on such connections in 2001. Mueller also testified the hijackers “contacted no known terrorist sympathizers in the United States,” even though the FBI’s own case files showed they had contact with at least 14 terrorist suspects and sympathizers in the US prior to 9/11, including some working for the Saudi government. (In later testimony, he tried to walk this back, insisting he “had no intent to mislead.”)


He claims “bush** made him do it”. He’s not called The Fixer for nothing.

Posted by AmandaCMatthews | Sat Sep 7, 2019, 12:21 PM (24 replies)

PEOPLE, I cant play anymore right now. My

company is here. But by all means, continue to have a hissy because I think something needs to be done about these mass murdering bastids.

I’ll check back later.

Carry on.
Posted by AmandaCMatthews | Sun Sep 1, 2019, 02:21 PM (31 replies)

Why, the cops too afraid? Isnt that their fucking job?

And no one can do a random search of anybody’s home without cause. But I say ‘stop and frisk’ anyone who looks suspicious is perfectly acceptable. Black AND white.
Posted by AmandaCMatthews | Sun Sep 1, 2019, 01:51 PM (4 replies)

Pumpkin spice wars: The violent history behind your favorite Starbucks latte

I give up. The dumb fucks would string Santa up by his balls if they could. These people add a whole new dimension to the term ‘batshit crazy’.


Pumpkin spice wars: The violent history behind your favorite Starbucks latte

Pumpkin-spice latte season is starting even earlier this year, with the famous drink spiced with cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves pouring into Starbucks coffee shops Tuesday.

But underneath those fuzzy-sweater vibes, the spices in “the PSL” have a dark history. Particularly nutmeg. It’s a story of war, genocide and slavery.


Even after the near-extinction of the Bandanese, the English continued to fight with the Dutch for control of the nutmeg monopoly. (The monopoly wouldn’t be busted until the 1750s, when a French trader stole nutmeg seedlings and cultivated them in French colonies, according to Krondl.)

The matter was settled in 1667 when the English agreed to end its claims to the Bandas in exchange for an island the Dutch considered worthless: Manhattan.

And, for the record, Manhattan boasts 240 Starbucks that are peddling pumpkin-spice lattes at this very moment.


I wish I had the proverbial nickle for every ignorant post that rag prints. I wouldn’t be sitting here passing off this crap. I’d be on my yacht somewhere in the Mediterranean drinking daiquiris and tanning my old hide in the warm sun.

Posted by AmandaCMatthews | Sat Aug 31, 2019, 10:16 PM (1 replies)

Only one-third of Americans believe Jeffrey Epstein committed suicide

Hahahaha. Wonder why? It’s just so co-inky-dinky that it all goes away because the fates made the ‘perfect set of circumstances’ miraculously occur to allow him to commit suicide while being on ‘death watch’

To be honest, I have doubts myself.


Only one-third of Americans believe Jeffrey Epstein committed suicide

Only one-third of Americans believe Jeffrey Epstein committed suicide behind bars, according to a new poll by Emerson College.

Voters were asked to weigh in on the convicted pedophile’s Aug. 10 death at Manhattan’s Metropolitan Correctional Center — and they were split in even thirds.

Thirty-four percent believe Epstein was murdered, 33 percent believe the city medical examiner’s ruling that he hanged himself and 32 percent are unsure.

Across political affiliations, 46 percent of Republicans believe the financier was murdered versus 26 percent who say it was suicide. Thirty-eight percent of Democrats, meanwhile, say it was suicide, compared to 26 percent who think he was killed.


Posted by AmandaCMatthews | Thu Aug 29, 2019, 05:18 PM (5 replies)
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