November 11, 2023

FBI Investigated Biden In 2007: Reports

It turns out that even back in 2001, Joe Biden was making money he didn't deserve simply for having his last name.

This latest scandal is far from his worst, but it's an amount that is as much as many Americans earn in an entire year.

Biden lined his pockets with an extra $34,000.

This time, it came in the form of a waived membership fee at an exclusive golf club.

The rich owner of the club suddenly decided he didn't want to get any richer at the exact same moment that Biden decided he wanted to be a member.

Quite the coincidence, huh?

Or maybe it's because just like Burisma hiring Hunter Biden to be on its board or the idiots buying Hunter's terrible paintings for $500,000.

Joe Biden and his family aren't getting these things because they deserve them, they're getting them because they're willing to sell out America down the road to help these rich people that lent the Biden family a hand.

In 2001, Joe Biden joined Fieldstone Golf Club in Wilmington, Delaware, and he remains a member there to this day.

After taking office as America's president, Biden is still sometimes spotted playing there.

Even the FBI thought that it was really weird that the club would completely waive its entry fee for somebody who could afford it as easily as Biden could.

That's why, in 2007, the FBI reportedly conducted a secret investigation into Biden having had his membership fee reduced by 100%, a savings of $34,000.

It's unclear if Biden ever had any idea that the probe was happening.

What is relatively clear though is that the probe was not able to unequivocally prove any wrongdoing. However, that doesn't mean it would have been a waste of time.

It still reveals that Biden's squeaky-clean image is nothing but an illusion.

At best, he's operating in the gray area.

At worst, I don't even want to think about it.

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