More Biden Corruption Exposed

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On Tuesday morning, Politico published an exclusive report exposing even more Biden family corruption, and it has everything you’d expect from a huge scandal: a lobbyist, a shady land deal, oceanfront property…

…and, of course, the former vice president.

“In 2005, Joe Biden’s brother [James] bought an acre of land with excellent ocean views on a remote island in the Caribbean for $150,000. He divided it into three parcels, and the next year a lobbyist close to the Delaware senator bought one of the parcels for what had been the cost of the entire property,” Politico reported. “Later, the lobbyist gave Biden’s brother a mortgage loan on the remaining parcels.”

The lobbyist involved in this shady land deal, Scott Green, is a former Biden staffer who left the Senate in the early 90s.

The Virgin Islands land deal, Politico notes, “furthers a pattern in which members of the Biden family have engaged in financial dealings with people with an interest in influencing the former vice president.” The property has remained undeveloped, and it is not clear why James Biden sought the loan from Green rather than from a bank. The terms of the loan were not disclosed in property records.The Virgin Islands land deal, Politico notes, “furthers a pattern in which members of the Biden family have engaged in financial dealings with people with an interest in influencing the former vice president.” The property has remained undeveloped, and it is not clear why James Biden sought the loan from Green rather than from a bank. The terms of the loan were not disclosed in property records.

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