The hidden truth about Joe Biden’s brother’s involvement in Iraq

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The phrase ‘Biden crime family’ has been trending on Twitter lately and some might think it’s just a fallacy, but a glance at Biden’s family reveals that they’re all around them. corruption. First, while Joe Biden is Vice President, his son Hunter is running shady business deals in Ukraine, Choja and Kazakhstan.

Hunter’s shady business dealings have come under fire in the last year, but what hasn’t been widely reported is Joe Biden’s brother, James Biden’s corrupt business in Iraq. In 2011, when Joe Biden was Vice President, his brother James Biden was awarded a $1.2 billion contract to build affordable residential homes in Iraq. Many residential developers were shocked when James Biden received the contract, I assume at the time of the contract he was not a big name in the industry at all.

According to New York PostJames Biden only gets contracts due to his last name:

James Biden is not a big name in the housing development business, so what exactly qualifies him to work at a construction company and share the winnings on project 1, 5 billion USD to build cheap houses in Iraq?

If you say it has something to do with his last name, his brother’s last name is Vice President Joe Biden, you wouldn’t be too far off. At least that’s the speculation of some Wall Street analysts, who include the Marlton, N.J.-based firm Hill International, and argue they’ve seen yet another bad story about capitalism. friendly.

Hill has been around for decades; Its main business is the management of construction projects in the Middle East and here in the US. It has built a good reputation over the years, as has the father and son team that run it, Irv and David Richter.

But the bursting of the real estate bubble took its toll; Hill’s stock has fallen 80% since 2008. Since 2011, the company has reported a loss. Its Middle East business was also hampered by the Arab Spring uprisings; in Libya alone, Hill paid out $60 million, which they are still trying to recover.

But it received some good news not long after its housing subsidiary hired James Biden as executive vice president in late 2010. Just six months later, Hill landed one of its biggest deals. a $1.5 billion deal to build at least 100,000 affordable homes in Iraq.

While the American people lost their loved ones in Iraqi families like the Bidens benefited from the war. Besides doing shady business in Iraq, James has also done some dubious business in the United States. The hidden truth about Joe Biden’s brother’s involvement in Iraq

Jake Nichol

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