Watch: Blackburn Went Off On The Biden Crime Family...WOW
Senator Marsha Black Burn (R-TN) lit into the Biden crime family and their dealings with China that put the communist government first while US media looks the other way. Amid a energy crisis and rising fuel costs, Biden chose to sell oil to his buddies in China.
How does that help the US? Aren't we all experiencing higher prices at the pump because we can't buy Putin's dirty oil anymore?
Isn't there a shortage?
Well Blackburn tore into Biden's 'China first' policies and brought some much-needed attention to the Biden families outside business history in China:
SEN. MARSHA BLACKBURN: "This week, I said, ‘Hey, did the tariffs help or hurt?’ They said, ‘Marsha, it keeps China from dumping into the US.’ You have to keep those. And secondly, sending 5 million barrels of oil. China getting a million barrels of our Strategic Petroleum Reserve.
Maria, this is dangerous. It's a national security issue. It would lead you to believe Hunter Biden is out here negotiating these deals because Unipack is tied to a company that Hunter is doing some business with. This is wrong, and people are fed up with this. It is a China-first policy, not an America-first policy. It has got to end."
The White House has repeatedly said President Biden is sticking to his 2019 claim that he had “never spoken” with Hunter Biden about “his overseas business dealings” — despite mounting evidence to the contrary, including the recently published 2018 voicemail in which Joe Biden mentioned a Times article about his son’s Chinese business partner.
In addition to the damning texts on the laptop, we now know that Hunter also saved a voice email from his dad asking about the publicity surrounding his deal in China. Like lunatics, the White House still maintains that Joe hand nothing to do with his don's business overseas.
White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre refused to discuss a 2018 voicemail from President Biden that was recovered from a laptop that belonged to his son Hunter — further undermining Biden’s claim that he never discussed foreign business deals with his son.