Joe Biden Reportedly Used His Position As Senator To Help His Son Hunter’s Lobbying

The hits just keep coming for Joe Biden.

Not only is he having problems raising money, new details keep rolling out about his son’s activities.

Now we are learning that Joe allegedly used his influence as a senator to aid Hunter in his lobbying.

This is not good.

The Washington Examiner reports:

Revealed: Joe Biden twice used his position as senator to intervene to boost son Hunter’s lobbying

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Joe Biden privately contacted the Department of Homeland Security and the Department of Justice when he was a senior and influential U.S. senator to discuss issues that his son Hunter’s firm was being paid to lobby on, according to government records.

On at least two occasions, Biden contacted federal departments to discuss issues related to Hunter’s firm’s lobbying clients, according to records reviewed by the Washington Examiner.

Biden’s behind-the-scenes outreach illustrates how his Senate work overlapped with his son’s business interests. Biden has faced scrutiny for taking actions that were perceived to benefit his son’s work, including calling for the firing of a Ukrainian prosecutor and backing policies that helped the Delaware-based credit card industry while Hunter was working for MBNA, which is headquartered in the state.

Government records show that Biden, who has always insisted he knows nothing about his son’s business activities, helped Hunter’s work with strategic and highly specific interventions that could have benefited his son to the tune of tens of thousands of dollars.

Biden is also coming under fire for his campaign’s massive spending on private jets.

Biden is just not a great candidate.

That’s the bottom line.

 

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