Biden’s family corruption just getting started


Now that the election is over we might just start to hear about the major corruption we have been posting about for several years. Need some light reading? Here we go:

They can’t quit the grift. No sooner had Joe Biden won the White House than his family went back to trying to make a buck off his name.

The latest sordid example involves one of Joe’s younger brothers, Frank Biden, appearing in a Florida law firm’s ad — on Inauguration Day no less. The ad used the president’s name to draw attention to the Berman Law Group’s class-action suit against sugar cane growers.

Bunker first reported this back in October about Frank but that was before the election so mum was the word. More about Frank


“The two Biden brothers have long held a commitment to pushing environmental issues to the forefront,” says the ad. “The president-elect has vowed to rejoin the Paris Agreement and wants to set ambitious greenhouse gas reduction targets.”

The ad, first reported by CNBC, appeared in the Daily Business Review and carried a picture of Frank Biden and quotes him saying, “My brother is a model for how to go about doing this work.”

Keep reading…

Recall this post?

Joe Biden’s brother after decades agrees to pay after killing father of two

Anyone else would have faced criminal charges. But the Biden’s are very special people.

After dodging creditors for decades, Joe Biden’s slimy grifting brother Frank Biden finally agreed to pay part of the $ 1 million he owes the family of a man killed in a car accident in 1999.

Frank Biden, then 43, was sitting in the passenger seat when he shifted the 290hp car into manual and told the driver to ‘punch it’ before hitting and killing Michael Albano in Cardiff, California.

Biden allegedly told the driver to ‘keep driving’ and fled the scene of the accident. A passenger reportedly said everyone in the car was drinking.

Michael Albano was a single father who left behind two young orphaned daughters.

Frank Biden spent 20 years avoiding the Albano family while he lived a lavish lifestyle in Florida.

When asked if he had apologized to the Albano family for the hurt he has caused, he didn’t reply.

Scofflaw Biden, 66, hadn’t paid a cent of the cash he owed the family of Michael Albano despite him having defaulted on a lawsuit filed against him for Albano’s tragic death in 1999.

The businessman even tried to wriggle out of paying the compensation after creditors found just $29.16 in his bank account.

Biden and his partner Mindy (a former Hooters waitress) live in a gated community overlooking a golf course in Atlantis, Florida and drive matching black and white Range Rovers

The Daily Mail reported:

Joe Biden’s brother will finally cough up some of the $1million in compensation he owes the family of a young father killed in a horrific car crash more than 20 years ago.

Frank Biden has agreed to a settlement in the case just months after exposed how the businessman had dodged creditors for two decades.

While it’s not known exactly how much he has agreed to pay, understands it’s a significant amount.

When Joe Biden became veep, his brother Frank Biden used his DC ties to help secure a series of contracts from Florida officials for a fledgling charter school venture he was asked to lead, ABC News reported.

More at:Gateway Pundit

The very best of the swamp. Bonus for those who need something to do on a snowy day. Earlier post:

Tucker Carlson and the full Bobulinski interview

Johnson, Grassley Release Report on Conflicts-of-Interest Investigation

A copy of the full report is available here.

Copies of the investigation’s interview transcripts and exhibits are available here.

Enjoy the day!

30 Responses to “Biden’s family corruption just getting started”

  1. Steve Dennis Says:

    There is also his son-in-law, we ain’t seen nothing yet!

    Liked by 2 people

  2. hocuspocus13 Says:

    EO #13848 goes into effect today

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  3. markone1blog Says:

    Since none of us knows how long anyone has (and since Proverbs 21:1 tells us that the Lord holds the heart of the king in his hand), we might not have Joe tomorrow. If Joe goes away, all of the Biden family influence evaporates.

    On the other hand, I wonder if the reason for Biden’s mad rush on the executive orders is that he fears dying in a day or two and (thereby) having no further effect on the world.

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  4. Mustang Says:

    They say that acorns never fall very far from the tree. Joe Sr. was a used car salesman, and this may explain Jr.’s penchant for telling lies, cheating people, and hawking snake oil.

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    • bunkerville Says:

      I have never heard anything about the father…. Bloggers have been posting about the corruption for years and it is really rich that now there is some interest in all of it…after the election.

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    • markone1blog Says:

      Could also explain his love for Obamacare.

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    • Mustang Says:

      In 2017, the American people were disgusted by the efforts of Democrats to sabotage the Trump presidency. We lost faith in our institutions – the glue that holds our nation together. We learned that the FBI, CIA, DOJ, and SOTUS are so politicized that we can no longer have confidence in them to do the right thing for our country or its people. We learned that if the bureaucrats and political elite do not like the people’s will, they can change that will to reflect their own. We learned that there are two sets of laws: one for the political elite and another for those of us who don’t matter.

      By 2020, the American people were looking for validation – that our system still works. That good wins out over evil. That honesty is rewarded and dishonestly isn’t. We were looking for evidence that our Judeo-Christian values still work for us. If we were looking for this evidence, we didn’t find it.

      Of 233 million people eligible to vote in the 2020 election, only 161 million bothered … 72 million stayed home. Of the 161 million who voted, 73.6 million voted for Trump; that’s 7 million more than have ever voted for a sitting president. It also means that 87.4 million voted for Biden – some of them voting more than once in a single election. It means that 87.4 million people not only opted for a dishonest slug and an in-your-face racist to serve in the top two positions in our government, they also opted for dishonest dossiers, unwarranted intrusion upon the privacy of the American people, secret courts issuing secret warrants, politicized institutions, crooked judges, and the maintenance of a political elite class in our society who knows better than “we the people” what’s best for America.

      And now, suddenly, after the election, when it’s too late, there is “some” interest in Biden’s insipid dishonesty. God help us! Perhaps I don’t have the big picture. Maybe our faith in the “American way” should come from the fact that despite 4 years of Bush the Elder, 8 years of Clinton, 8 years of Bush the Younger, 8 years of Obama … that our nation still stands — for now.

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      • bunkerville Says:

        I left all of the bread crumbs here in this post today. I would love it if just one media/journalist type took just one nanosecond to click on just one link. Just watching the Bobulinski interview by Tucker should be enough to raise even the most somnolent to outrage.
        But no…. it is amazing that we are still standing. I can’t recall off hand how long it took Rome to fall once the decay set in.

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      • peter3nj Says:

        ….4 years of Bush the Elder, 8 years of Clinton, 8 years of Bush the Younger, 8 years of Obama.
        In a very short time we will have a horse of another color for the second time in the White House and then the real fun begins. The just deserts for whitey are right around the corner. Why not stop the suspense, give them reparations, get that out of the way so they can get unto the next item on their list: exterminating the Caucasian disease (not covid) plaguing the land. Is the next incarnation of Rhodesia to Zimbabwe in the cards? Zimbabwe is poor because its rulers are predatory. But some blame must be shared by neighboring governments, donors and lenders who, time and again, have looked the other way as the ruling party has rigged elections, tortured dissidents and looted the nation’s wealth: Aug 15, 2019.
        Sound creepily familiar? As Yogi Berra once said “Its deja vu all over againn.”

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      • bunkerville Says:

        Peter… I think you are on target. Rhodesia and now South Africa are the standard bearers if what is to be…


      • peter3nj Says:

        This one sentence was excerpted from an article dated August 15, 2019.
        Unlike Lunchbucket I don’t plagiarize.

        “But some blame must be shared by neighboring governments, donors and lenders who, time and again, have looked the other way as the ruling party has rigged elections, tortured dissidents and looted the nation’s wealth”: Aug 15, 2019.

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