Bombshell Testimony Exposes Unforgivable Info About Biden

Bombshell Testimony Exposes Unforgivable Info About Biden

According to startling testimony from a former business associate and documents obtained by Politico, President Biden’s younger brother Jim purportedly collaborated with officials from the Qatari government in an effort to secure funding for his healthcare ventures in the United States. References to the political connections of his elder brother were previously made by the younger Biden.

Michael Lewitt, a former associate of Jim Biden, testified that two entities backing the venture were partially owned by "members of the Qatari government."

One of the businesses highlighted in the evidence maintained a direct working relationship with Jim Biden over the course of a multi-year fundraising campaign. Records and testimonies provided by Lewitt as part of federal bankruptcy proceedings indicate that the second entity financed a series of loans that a now insolvent hospital chain paid Jim Biden to orchestrate.

The alleged agreements commenced in the months following Joe Biden’s departure from the vice presidency. During this period, Qatar was investing considerable sums to cultivate allies and extend its influence internationally, in response to a financial blockade imposed by several Persian Gulf nations.

"Shedding light on fundraising endeavors where Jim Biden leveraged his connections to his elder brother and sought alternatives to limitations on international financial transactions," public data obtained by Politico revealed. A federal criminal inquiry in South Florida is scrutinizing transactions linked to Biden’s undertakings, which were also central to a recently resolved fraud lawsuit filed by the SEC.

In February, during his testimony before congressional investigators, Jim Biden asserted that he had exhausted avenues to make his fundraising efforts successful. However, Lewitt's evidence suggests that Biden may have possessed stronger ties to Qatari leadership than previously assumed.

The president’s younger brother has assumed a pivotal role in the House impeachment inquiry into President Biden. Congressional investigators are focused on a $40,000 payment Jim made to Joe Biden, characterized as a "loan repayment."

James Biden, aged 74, denied to House investigators that he believed CEFC China Energy to be under the control of the Chinese government. In 2022, as per IRS records, he acknowledged an error in asserting that Hunter Biden, his nephew and his uncle’s partner, had referred to CEFC president Ye Jianming as a "protégé" of Chinese President Xi Jinping.

The interview further confirmed that James Biden received a total of $840,000 across four wire transfers made between November 2022 and July 2023. The elder Biden stated that the funds originated from Argentine businessman Jose Luis Manzano, who purportedly decided to divest half of his ownership in Manzano’s holdings of the Argentine natural gas firm Metrogas.

While a date for Lewitt’s anticipated interview with congressional investigators, as part of the House's impeachment inquiry into President Biden, has not yet been set.

President Biden’s omission to designate Qatar as a state sponsor of terrorism is anticipated to face increased scrutiny in light of the alleged connections, notwithstanding Qatar's history of funding jihadist groups in the Middle East.

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