Bombshell Testimony Exposes Unforgivable Info About Biden

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According to shocking testimony from a former business partner and documents obtained by Politico, President Biden’s younger brother Jim allegedly collaborated with Qatari government officials in an attempt to raise money for his healthcare endeavors in the United States. The younger Biden once mentioned the political connections of his older brother.

Former Jim Biden business associate Michael Lewitt testified that two organizations that supported the endeavor were partially owned by “members of the Qatari government.”

One business mentioned in the evidence had a direct working relationship with Jim Biden throughout a multi-year fundraising campaign. Documents and testimony submitted by Lewitt as part of federal bankruptcy proceedings indicate that the second business financed a string of loans that a hospital chain that is now insolvent paid Jim Biden to arrange.

The purported agreements started in the months following Joe Biden’s resignation as vice president. At the time, Qatar was spending extravagant sums of money to forge allies and expand its influence overseas due to a financial blockade imposed by several Persian Gulf countries.

“Offering a window on fundraising efforts in which Jim Biden invoked his ties to older brother and sought workarounds to restrictions on international money movements,” Politico obtained public data. A federal criminal investigation in South Florida is looking into transactions connected to Biden’s activities, and they are also at the core of a recently resolved fraud lawsuit brought by the SEC.

In February, during his testimony before congressional investigators, Jim Biden said that he ran out of initiatives that would make his fundraising efforts successful. But according to Lewitt’s evidence, Biden might have had stronger contacts to the Qatari leadership than was previously thought.

A pivotal role in the House impeachment investigation of President Biden has been played by the president’s younger brother. The focus of congressional investigators is a $40,000 payment that Jim made to Joe Biden, which was labeled as a “loan repayment.”

The 74-year-old James Biden denied to House investigators that he thought CEFC China Energy was under Chinese government control. As an IRS agent in 2022, he claimed to have made a mistake when he said that his uncle’s partner, Hunter Biden, had called CEFC president Ye Jianming a “protégé” of Chinese President Xi Jinping.

James Biden received $840,000 in total over four wire transfers made between November 2022 and July 2023, the interview also confirmed. The First Brother stated that the money originated from Argentine businessman Jose Luis Manzano, who allegedly made the decision to sell half of his ownership in Manzano’s holding of the Argentine natural gas company Metrogas.



Although a date has not yet been established, Lewitt is anticipated to participate in an interview with congressional investigators as part of the House’s investigation into President Biden’s impeachment.

President Biden’s failure to designate Qatar as a state supporter of terror is expected to come under more scrutiny in light of the alleged linkages, despite the fact that Qatar has funded jihadist organizations operating in the Middle East.



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