The Biden Crime Family
is a short, engaging description of the evidence that supports the case that President Joe Biden and his family are deeply corrupt. They are so corrupt that when former New York mayor and US attorney Rudy Giuliani first stumbled across evidence of what they were doing in Ukraine, it reminded him of his experience prosecuting the five mafia families that used to run New York.
Joe Biden began to seek enormous bribes and payouts when he became vice president. In every situation where he was the point man for the Obama administration's policy toward a country, he ended up making millions of dollars, and failing to obtain whatever the US policy goal was.
In these endeavors, Joe's drug addicted younger son, Hunter, worked with him. Hunter was the "bagman." You can question whether it was loving or even decent for a politician to use his dysfunctional son in this matter. But it happened. Joe's brother James also served as a bagman, sometimes working with Hunter. Other family members participated as needed.
When Joe was made the point man for Ukraine--with the special mission of cleaning up Ukrainian corruption so deep that it had left the country almost bankrupt--he did nothing to help. Instead, he had Hunter placed on the board of Burisma, an energy and gas company at the center of some of Ukraine's most corrupt government dealings. Hunter took home a million a year to do nothing. The rule was "ten percent for the big guy." Hunter has complained about how half his income went to dad.
The same and worse happened with Joe in China and Iraq. The Biden Crime Family
displays the evidence clearly--and makes the kind of case that should get a conviction on Biden family corruption.
About the Author
Rudy Giuliani is considered one of the most successful United States attorneys in history, serving as US attorney for the Southern District of New York from 1983 to 1989, gaining international praise for his relentless pursuit of organized crime and public corruption. He served as mayor of New York City from 1993 to 2001, where he spearheaded crime reduction, revitalized the city, and comforted the nation following the terrorist attacks of September 11th. Giuliani's success as a public servant, where he impacted the lives of millions, solidified his legacy as one of the most consequential public figures in American history.