Looking back at campaign trail promises from pretty much every president, aside from the obvious outliers, tends to be an exercise rife with humor.
Given how virtually all creatures of the swamp dramatically divert from ultimately empty promises once they’ve sailed into the Oval Office, tending to remember the people only when election cycles roll around.
In the case of the current Imposter in Chief, however, his campaign promises are especially infuriating.
Just consider Biden’s ghostwritten speech after “accepting” the Democratic presidential nomination, which was clearly bought and paid for in advance by nefarious foreign interests.
“The current president has cloaked America in darkness for much too long. Too much anger. Too much fear. Too much division,” Biden brayed, “here and now, I give you my word: If you entrust me with the presidency, I will draw on the best of us not the worst. I will be an ally of the light not of the darkness.”
Biden sure has a curious idea of what “light” entails, given the deliberately disunifying actions he’s undertaken since ascending to the Oval Office.
Especially given latest hellacious revelations emanating from the Biden crime family files, which are presently causing quite the stir around the world.
The Daily Mail, a British publication unafraid of Big Tech censorship, released a tragic trove of information sourced directly from Hunter Biden himself, including a litany of texts, e-mails, explicit photos, and repugnant videos linking him directly to human trafficking.
Even worse, the human trafficking rings are widely acknowledged to operate in … you guessed it … Ukraine and Russia.
The leak includes several damning texts that Hunter sent to a Ukrainian named Ekaterina Moreva, who appears to be based in New York and South Florida.
And they are quite graphic in nature, not to mention pathetic, as Hunter lamely attempts to knock $500 off the massive bill for his human trafficked prostitutes.
“How much another 8 hours cost,” the drug-addled president’s son blearily inquired, “I’ve paid 5000 For first eight hours that ends at noon how much would you charge me for another eight hours which would make 16 hours all the oftener.”
Yes, that text was directly taken from Hunter Biden’s unwisely backed up iCloud.
Gotta love his auto correct “all the oftener” … as it appears he did use human trafficked prostitutes all too often.
“A Suspicious Activity Report (SAR) filed by JPMorgan Chase named Florida and New York-based Ekaterina Moreva after she received tens of thousands of dollars from Hunter’s company and women who the First Son paid for sex,” the Daily Mail reports.
The allies in the UK and Europe that Biden already alienated by Biden’s disastrous withdrawal from Afghanistan, the same allies suffering the brunt of Biden-imposed sanctions, will surely be delighted that Biden himself is apparently directly compromised by the conflict at hand.
“Texts from January 2019 revealed by the Washington Examiner last month show Joe Biden sent Hunter $5,000 just hours before he got into a dispute with a prostitute he claimed he paid $10,000,” the Daily Mail added, before noting that Hunter raged about issues paying for Russians in addition to Ukrainians.
“Email with .ru flags wires,” Hunter whined, “this is too much red flag for bank. Which is reason why I have been unable to take care of this to begin with. It’s what got my accounts frozen and reviewed by bank.”
Well then. Using human trafficked prostitutes from both Ukraine and Russia, two nations that just happen to be at war relatively shortly after Biden takes office.
Considering all the signs were there months before the actual invasion.
Guess that’s the Biden administration’s idea of “equity,” especially since the president himself is widely rumored to have paid for Hunter’s human trafficking exploits.
And the West wonders why Putin felt emboldened to invade Ukraine.
Humorously, none of Hunter Biden’s lawyers have bothered to deny the most recent, nefarious charges, nor have they even bothered to reply to the publication for comment.
However, the revelations are so damning that the Secret Service has deigned to issue a statement, if only to engage in massive CYA.
“At this time, we are not in a position to make public comments on potential investigative actions,” U.S. Secret Service spokesperson Anthony Guglielmi drawled, “but I can assure you the Secret Service along with other federal law enforcement partners are aware of the social media posts and claims referencing Mr. Biden.”
One can only hope that the federal government drops the “potential” in “potential investigative actions.”
Author: Jane Jones