G. McConway
August 11, 2023

Senator Warren Expresses Concerns Over Influence Peddling in DC

Joe Biden may be losing support among some of his biggest allies in the Senate.

Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) is now expressing concerns about influence peddling in DC, reported Fox News.

Considering that is the main focus of the investigations against Hunter Biden, this could be a major problem for Joe Biden heading into the election.

Warren Reversal

CNN's Jake Tapper sat down with Warren on this subject, stating, "So far, we haven't seen any direct evidence pointing to Joe Biden, President Biden, doing anything illegal.

"I mean, people close to Joe Biden or people close to Donald Trump, but I'm talking about Joe Biden, making tens of millions of dollars because of their closeness to him, that can't be something that you like. That can't be something that you're comfortable with as a phenomenon."

Before I get to her response, the fact that Tapper is ignoring the fact that Biden had been on the phone almost two dozen times when Hunter had business associates in the room is an utter joke, but we can save that for another time.

Warren responded, "I always worry about the influence peddlers in Washington, regardless of party affiliation.

"One of the things, as you know, I have spent a lot of my time in Congress working on is how we bring just more ethics and more oversight in general to everything that we do in government," reported the New York Post.

There is now little doubt that Hunter Biden was selling the "Biden brand." We know he was paid millions for that brand and at the very least, Joe Biden was complicit in the illusion, if not actually granting access to these people.

Quite honestly, I believe there is evidence that was also the case, but we will have to see how that plays out in this investigation.

We are talking tens of millions of dollars at this point… so, Jake, tell me again how Joe Biden is not implicated directly.

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