The corruption of the Biden family has long been a subject of great concern within the American political spectrum, and the latest revelations are perhaps some of the most damning yet.
In addition to discovering that Biden was storing classified government documents at a number of his properties, (one of which was being rented by his already-notorious son Hunter), we are now learning about an influence-peddling brother who’s directly referring to the President during paid speaking appearances.
President Joe Biden’s younger brother Frank Biden peddled White House influence during Joe Biden’s presidency, according to a CNN report that indicates the Biden family business remains operational even since Joe Biden was elected.Advertisement - story continues below
On at least two separate occasions, Frank Biden publicly cited Joe Biden as a means by which he has influence, despite holding no government position or relation to the White House other than by having the same last name as the president and being his sibling.
In October, Frank Biden spoke in Venice, Italy, as the keynote speaker at a BioSig Technologies conference about “the future of global health care.” BioSig Technologies is a health technology company. The trip was not paid for by Frank Biden, who refused to disclose the financier.Trending:
His speech included advice on how lobbyists could influence American policy.
Another case of Frank Biden’s influence peddling occurred in Boston in 2021 — the year after Joe Biden was elected. On behalf of the same company, BioSig Technologies, Frank Biden told health professionals at a dinner that he had a “bully pulpit” due to “my brother Joey.”
At that event, Frank Biden boasted of “the bully pulpit that I have as a result of the privilege of being associated with my brother Joey,” and vowed to “do everything in my power to support you to get the job done, to get federal dollars to your research,” a video of his speech shows.
Concerns about nepotism and influence peddling have long plagued the Biden family, and the culmination of these criticisms could very well injure the President’s chances at reelection.