HEY JOE: Where Did Your Unexplained $5 Million Come From?

Written by Wes Walker on April 27, 2022

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For someone who’s so keen to expand the IRS and denounce tax cheats, Joe’s own finances sure have a lot of unanswered questions.

Back in September, when the smoldering wreckage of that ‘righteous strike’ and Biden’s failures in Afghanistan still fresh in our memory, Joe made a strong statement about taxes.

Democrats led by Biden propose paying for a pending $3.5 trillion social spending bill through an IRS crackdown on tax cheats and by raising taxes on higher incomes and businesses.

“We have to rehire some IRS agents… not to try to make people pay something they don’t owe — just to say, ‘Hey, step up. Step up and pay like everybody else does’,” Biden said at the White House.

“Look, I really mean this. If you look at my whole career — I come from the corporate state of America — I just think it’s about just paying your fair share for lord’s sake.” — NYPost

Classy touch, invoking the Lord’s name while scolding America for doing something you yourself don’t do. That same story alleged that Joe should owe ‘hundreds of thousands of dollars in backtaxes’.

That number doesn’t even account for the $5 Million whose origins are not easily accounted for.

But the president’s financial filings reveal that he declared almost $7million more income on his tax returns than he did on his government transparency reports, an analysis by DailyMail.com of the president’s financial records shows.

Some of that difference can be accounted for with salaries earned by First Lady Jill Biden and other sums not required on his reports – but still leaves $5.2million earned by Joe’s company and not listed on his transparency reports.

The ‘missing millions’ – combined with emails on Hunter’s abandoned laptop suggesting Joe would have a 10% share in Hunter’s blockbuster deal with the Chinese – raise a troubling question: did Joe Biden receive money from the foreign venture? —DailyMail

Remember, Joe regularly claims that he has nothing to do with Hunter’s business dealings. Really now? How does he explain this?

Does it have anything to do with 10% for the Big Guy, as their former staffer claimed? And what about Hunter’s lament in a private email that half of his money goes to his dad?

In January 2019, Hunter’s assistant Katie Dodge wrote an email to book-keeper Linda Shapero and Biden aide Richard Ruffner, saying Joe had agreed to pay his hundreds of thousands of dollars of bills.

‘I spoke with Hunter today regarding his bills. It is my understanding that Hunt’s dad will cover these bills in the short-term as Hunter transitions in his career,’ Dodge said.

The assistant attached a spreadsheet of bills with the email, totaling $737,130.61.

One of the last items was $28,000 in legal fees for the ‘restructuring’ of Hunter’s joint venture with the government-controlled Bank of China. —DailyMail

‘Evidence of the president’s financial and business connections to Hunter continues to grow. It’s imperative for the first family to show the American people the transparency that they deserve.’ –Chuck Grassley

He’s right. But with media and big tech serving as his biggest cheerleaders, where will those dissenting voices that hold him to account come from?

We’ll keep plugging away, but can you imagine if the big corporate media players had the same commitment to exposing Democrat corruption as they do to exposing how many scoops of ice cream Trump likes with is dessert?

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