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Maybe Biden will be the first sitting President to govern from a jail cell - from 90 Miles:

New Senate findings 'confirm the connections' between Biden family and Chinese, Russian governments
The top Republican senators—who spearhead the investigations into Hunter Biden's overseas business dealings—have released "supplemental" findings that "confirm the connections" between the Biden family and Communist China "as well as the links" to the Russian government.

Senate Committee on Finance Chair Chuck Grassley and Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Chair Ron Johnson published the majority staff report Wednesday to add to their Sept. 23 research, entitled, "Hunter Biden, Burisma and Corruption: The Impact on U.S. Government Policy and Related Concerns."

The update discloses new evidence of ties between the Democratic presidential nominee's son and Biden business partner Rob Walker who "appears to have been associated with at least three companies connected to Hunter Biden: Oldaker, Biden and Belair LLP; Seneca Global Advisors; and Rosemont Seneca Advisors."

Grassley and Johnson cite intel provided to their committees by high-profile whistleblower Tony Bobulinski. WhatsApp exchanges "demonstrate a close working relationship between Walker and the Biden family." On May 22, 2017, Walker provided Jim Biden’s contact information via WhatsApp message to Bobulinski for "inclusion in a corporate agreement."WhatsApp messages between Walker and Bobulinski dated May 22, 2017

Impeachment would be a delightful bit of schadenfreude. A nice sense of turn-about.

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