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Copy of a check written by James Biden to his brother, Joe Biden, in the amount of $200,000.  The check was recently presented by the House Committee on Oversight  and Accountability. The committee is currently investigating the Biden family's unusual financial dealings with several individuals and organizations.

Something isn't adding up.

The U.S. House committee investigating the Biden family's financial dealings with foreign businesses and individuals, have revealed Joe's brother, James, received a $200,000 "loan repayment" check from a rural hospital provider. 

On the very same day, James wrote Joe a personal check for $200,000, also indicating it was for a "loan repayment." 

Supposedly, the hospital company was assured it could be hooked-up with wealthy interests in the Middle East if they would play ball with the Bidens. 

According to CBS News, Oct. 21, 2023, "Bank records released by the GOP-led House Committee on Oversight and Accountability revealed a $200,000 personal check paid to Mr. Biden from his brother, James Biden, and sister-in-law, Sara Biden. The personal check, which was labeled a loan repayment, was issued before Biden's presidency, on the same date in 2018 when Americor Health LLC, a healthcare company that manages rural hospitals across the United States, also wired a $200,000 loan into James Biden's PNC bank account." 

Keep in mind, this is a report from a liberal establishment news organization, not some conservative podcast. 

Immediately, several questions come to mind: Were the Bidens in the business of loaning money? There's no evidence of this. They are not a financial institution. 

Actually, Joe publicly said he was "the poorest member of Congress." If true, how could he, and his family, afford to loan large sums of money to anyone?   

The Biden's aren't very entrepreneurial. They don't create, make, distribute, market, franchise, sell, or promote merchandise or services. 

Seems access to Washington's affairs and insiders is their primary product. Apparently, they've been pretty good at it. 

Secondly, if a loan was lawfully conducted, there would be documents, verification, agreements and terms of the deal. Where is this evidence? 

Interestingly, Americor later filed bankruptcy and went out of business. 

Or, are "loan repayments" merely a disguise to describe money for bribes and monetary contributions for services rendered by the Biden's?  

If CBS is beginning to question Joe's problematical behavior, and actually reporting upon it, maybe media news rooms are finally realizing something is terribly amiss at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, and the Biden family is squarely in the middle of it. 

When CBS, ABC, CNN, NBC and MSNBC finally admit Hunter Biden's "Laptop from Hell" is really a deposit box of various schemes and financial intrigues the Biden's have participated in over the past couple of decades, then the jig will be up. 

Everyone will finally know the score -- who's been lying to whom, where all the millions of dollars have gone, and for what purposes?  

Reportedly, the FBI has had the laptop in its custody since 2019 when the owner of a computer repair shop turned it over to them after Hunter failed to retrieve it. Obviously, they are well aware of its contents.         

James Comer (R-Ky), Chairman of the House oversight committee, remarked the Americor check "raises new questions about how President Biden personally benefited from his family's shady influence peddling of his name and their access to him." 

Comer continued to explain "According to bankruptcy court documents, James Biden received these loans based upon representations that his last name, 'Biden,' could 'open doors' and that he could obtain a large investment from the Middle East based on his political connections."  

These are just the latest revelations the congressional committee has uncovered concerning Joe and his family's behind-the-scenes dealings with individuals and organizations -- both domestic and foreign. There will probably be more in the coming months. 

This check is probably one of many filtered through a complex system of money laundering diversions and hidden tax evasion schemes the committee is finding out about.   

In spite of Joe continuing to deny any knowledge of these alleged scams, saying "It's all just a bunch of garbage," documents, emails, text messages, bank records and eye witnesses appear to indicate otherwise. 

Interestingly, I don't believe Joe has actually ever denied his involvement in these capers, instead deflecting media questions by answering in ambiguous responses -- such as the above quote. 

Or, when he replied to a reporter's inquiry concerning alleged payments for certain things by reacting with his own question "Where's the money?"  

Also, when he accused Donald Trump of being "the only one who ever made money from China" after refuting Hunter's foreign fiascos during the 2020 Presidential Debates.   

Unfortunately, some of these transactions date back to Joe's days in the U.S. Senate and Vice President term, and are recorded in Hunter's laptop, in addition to other documents and whistleblower reports. 

Which might help to explain how Joe and Jill manage to maintain at least two expensive homes, and vacation about 40% of the time while being President of the United States. 

So, while Joe's Department of Justice is dutifully taking care of his "Trump problem," and providing cover for other family issues, it appears the walls are gradually closing in.

There are simply too many suspicious situations going on within the Biden's family circle to ignore. They all can't be "a bunch of garbage."   

Although, Joe probably thinks they are.  

Former President Donald J. Trump could eventually be headed to prison, but it's beginning to look like Uncle Joe may already be there to greet him.   

Conceivably, they could form Leavenworth's first bipartisan Presidential Prison Club -- "Together, We Served."

Mike Bibb
Safford, AZ 

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