I remember a time when elected officials used to actually have some level of integrity. I grew up in a small town of about a thousand people and we had a township supervisor that at the most was a part-time position.
One time, the township supervisor, who I will just call Fred, hauled some firewood to his house from a place where he was picking it up. The problem was is that he used a truck owned by the township, and didn’t reimburse the town. It was an honest oversight that he probably didn’t realize had happened.
When someone brought it up to him, he ended up resigning as a sign of good faith. These days, you have politicians owning parts of Chinese oil companies…
Remember on the campaign trail when Joe Biden promised that his family would not be doing business in foreign countries, especially with governments not friendly with the United States?
I guess that was just another empty promise from the empty suit. We were told earlier this year that Hunter Biden would divest himself of his 10% stake in a company he partnered with the Chinese state-controlled Bank of China.
That company BHR is a private equity firm worth $2.1 billion dollars in managed assets.
Back in December, the Daily Caller and Fox News reported that Hunter was divesting himself of his equity stake. According to Qixinbao and Baidu, two independent services that provide business records on Chinese corporations, that never happened.
He is still in possession of his equity stake and if he continues to hold onto it, the president’s son will be business partners with China.
In his first week in office, Joe Biden has taken many steps that benefit China greatly. He rejoined the Paris Accord that allows China to pollute as much as they want until 2030.