Former Vice President Joe Biden is shellshocked. He was just caught red-handed, and the news is spreading quickly. It could be all over for his 2020 presidential campaign.
According to the Washington Examiner, in January and February of 2007, then-Senator Joe Biden “contacted federal departments to discuss issues related to Hunter’s firm’s lobbying clients.”
As we know, Biden and his son, Hunter, have been attempting to deflect recent criticism that they’ve intermingled politics and business over the years — calling into question whether actual conflicts of interest have occurred.
This latest report will only serve to grow the skepticism. For example, according to documents obtained by the Examiner, Biden’s contact with DHS on February 28, 2007, is cause for scrutiny.
“Biden contacted DHS to express that he was ‘concerned about the Department’s proposed chemical security regulations authorized by Section 550 of DHS Appropriations Act of 2007,'” noted the report.
About two months earlier, however, the Industrial Training Safety Council hired Hunter Biden’s lobbying firm at the time — Oldaker, Biden & Belair — to push DHS on the matter.
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