Docs: Hunter Biden-tied Chinese donors gave millions to UPenn
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7 months ago
Two major Hunter Biden stories are circulating online.
But depending on your media diet — you may be missing them.
Documents show that Chinese donors linked to Biden’s business dealings have been moving money to the University of Pennsylvania.
The university is home to the Penn Biden Center — where dozens of classified documents from President Biden’s time as Vice President were found late last year.
Let’s take a look at the media landscape covering this story — using our exclusive media miss tool.
As you can see — just one outlet on the left is covering this story.
U-Penn records show it received at least $105 million in Chinese donations from mid-2018 to mid-2022.
These records were obtained by conservative watchdog Americans for Public Trust — whose executive director spoke to the Washington Examiner..
Quote — “On the heels of learning that the Biden family received millions of dollars from foreign entities, this latest revelation raises further questions about the scope of President Biden’s ties to China. We now know that the University of Pennsylvania — home to Joe Biden’s namesake think tank — received a massive increase in contributions from China and Hong Kong as he was ramping up his presidential campaign, and has raked in millions from CCP-tied donors since he took office.”
The University has been criticized for the donations — as the ongoing criminal probe into Hunter Biden gains steam.
Now — the IRS whistleblower who claimed to have information about alleged mishandling and political interference and was subsequently removed from the investigation is accusing the D-O-J of retaliation.
Taking a look at the media landscape — similar story — only one outlet on the left reporting.
Earlier this week — attorneys for the whistleblower wrote a letter to the House and Senate justice committee informing them that the whistleblower’s entire team had been removed at the request of the D-O-J.
The department refused to comment on the matter — saying only that the attorney in charge of the investigation quote “has full authority to make investigative decisions.”