90 Miles From Tyranny : Four Bombshells Revealed in Peter Schweizer’s ‘Profiles in Corruption’

Thursday, January 23, 2020

Four Bombshells Revealed in Peter Schweizer’s ‘Profiles in Corruption’

Breitbart News senior contributor and Government Accountability Institute (GAI) President Peter Schweizer’s latest investigative work, Profiles in Corruption: Abuse of Power by America’s Progressive Elite, contains a trove of egregious findings detailing the backgrounds and connections of a number of progressive leaders, including presidential hopefuls Joe Biden (D) and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), both of whom have yet to address the reports.

Notably, the bestselling author’s book does not rely on anonymous sources. It is based on 1,126 hard sources, including corporate and financial documents and legal records, White House visitor logs, lobbyist disclosures, tax liens, and federal criminal trial records.

“Everything we do can be replicated,” Schweizer said during a Tuesday appearance on SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Daily. “We follow the money. We follow the paper trail. So there’s no anonymous sources, and what we simply show you is who’s getting money, when, how, and in what context are they getting that money.”

Breitbart News has extensively detailed a number of the bombshells revealed in the New York Times bestselling author’s latest work.

Schweizer’s book, as Breitbart News has reported, has revealed:

1. James Biden’s firm received $1.5 billion in government contracts, despite having no experience, during the Obama administration

As Schweizer revealed and Breitbart News detailed, the former vice president’s younger brother managed to land the role as the executive vice president at HillStone International, LLC in 2010, despite a stunning lack of experience in the international development industry. Kevin Justice, the president of HillStone International, was a “longtime Biden family friend,” as Schweizer notes.

Justice, as Breitbart News reported, “was setting out to pursue technology and construction projects in the Middle East” and was keenly interested in the “millions being given to government contractors for the rebuilding of war-torn Iraq—an endeavor Joe Biden was tasked to oversee by President Barack Obama.”

Once again, it appeared Joe’s connection to the White House played a significant part in his family member’s role:

It was likely with such projects in mind that Justice headed to the White House in November 2010. During the visit, the HillStone executive met with Michele Smith, a top aide to then-Vice President Joe Biden. Smith, a fellow Delaware native, was serving as the vice president’s liaison to “global government officials and business executives.”

Although the confines of that meeting have not been made public, the subsequent events seem to imply it was beneficial for both HillStone and the Bidens.

“Less than three weeks later, HillStone announced that the vice president’s brother James would be joining the firm as executive vice president,” Schweizer notes.

When announcing the hire, the company lauded James’s professional career as much as it did his political ties.

Six months after James joined HillStone, the firm received a contract to build more than 100,000 homes in Iraq. The deal, which was estimated to be worth upwards of $1.5 billion, was part of a larger $35 billion contract awarded to a South Korean company. At the time it went public, both HillStone and the Obama White House denied Joe Biden had played any role.
While HillStone backed out of the deal due to inexperience with such a vast project, “HillStone secured a $22 million construction contract for the U.S. State Department” in 2012.

2. Frank Biden is linked to projects receiving millions in taxpayer loans from the Obama Administration, despite having no experience.

The former vice president’s youngest brother saw his business interests balloon with success during the Obama administration, purportedly benefitting from...

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1 comment:

  1. according to the democrats own perceived rules of evidence as shown in the impeachment trial of President of the United States of America, Donald John Trump; this book in it's entirety should and could be used as evidence in the grand jury investigations into the people shown on the books dust cover and those people'e eventual trial for high crimes and misdemeanors.


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