The New York Times has made a stunning, but sad truth about the Biden family’s corruption, according to The Blaze. In an article that came out when Hunter’s business partner and friend testified to the House Oversight Committee, the outlet reported that “it has long been known that the elder Mr. Biden at times interacted with his son’s business partners.”
Archer claimed that Hunter was using his father’s “brand” to sell influence, especially while he was sitting on the board of the Ukrainian energy company, Burisma Holdings. While on the campaign trail in 2019, Biden denied that he ever spoke to his son’s business partners, and instead deflected back to Trump, suggesting that the allegation that he was involved in foreign business was a “smear.”
Archer went on to reveal instances where Hunter sold the “brand” and put his father on speakerphone during business meetings.
The NYT has reported that Biden’s involvement in foreign business dealings is nothing new, prompting The Blaze to question who knew this information before the hearing.
Fox News Radio host Guy Benson took to social media to call this “textbook gaslighting.”
The testimony from Hunter’s former business partner has led to the White House singing a different tune. Despite years of denying Biden’s involvement in his son’s business dealings, Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre has instead affirmed that the president was “never in business with his son.”
The press secretary’s answer comes as reporters note that she has claimed that she has not spoken with the president about this issue. If that is true, The Blaze questions, then how can she be certain of her answer?
The revelations come as Biden’s approval rating is underwater. But despite his 40 percent approval and 55 percent disapproval, Biden is the leading contender in the Democratic primary. He is currently expected to cinch the nomination.