Pam Bondi’s speech at the Republican National Convention on Tuesday Night provided more than just a positive endorsement for incumbent President Donald J. Trump. Quite possibly, she provided a premonition of what may be to come from the results of the Durham Investigation involving Joe Biden.
The RNC chose Bondi, the first female Attorney General from Florida, to lay out the corruption case against Biden on national television.
She walked viewers through a long series of now well-documented events in which Democratic nominee Joe Biden, over his 47-career, used his political positions to help family members enrich themselves. Biden helped them gain prominent positions that they were unqualified for but reaped lucrative rewards, enabled seedy backdoor deals and even money laundering schemes that stretch back decades.
The first example Bondi described was Biden’s deal with a corrupt Ukrainian oligarch who put Hunter Biden on the board of directors of Burisma, an energy company, even though he had no experience for the position, other than his father being the VP of the USA and in charge of the Ukraine portfolio. Then, once Hunter was installed, the Obama administration actually began doing business on behalf of the country with Burisma even as it remained under investigation for corruption.
Biden then had the Ukrainian prosecutor, who was investigating the company, fired. He threatened to withhold aid to Ukraine unless that lawyer was fired, to enable Burisma to continue its schemes.
What’s shocking is that Biden is also caught on tape at a lecture bragging of this claim, and it is the exact same crime the Democrats in Congress tried to pin on President Trump in their botched impeachment.
Hunter remained on the board of Burisma until just before Joe Biden announced his candidacy for President. Meanwhile, the case against Burisma brought to these shores by the Ukrainian investigators, themselves, has been sitting in the SDNY offices since 2018, and no one would touch it.
Bondi then described details about Biden and son’s involvement with China. The pair flew aboard Air Force Two to China to meet with CCP bankers who subsequently approved millions of dollars to be invested into Hunter Biden’s investment firm. A trip paid for by U.S. taxpayer dollars and where the investment came only after VP Biden met with the principals.
In Iraq, Bondi said Biden was the point person who met with the president of a construction firm who appointed a Biden family member with no experience to build thousands of houses.
Bondi said that the family member bragged that,“There’s a line of 747s filled with cash ready to invest,” because of his ties to then Vice-President Biden.
Bondi said, “These aren’t isolated incidents. It is a deliberate pattern of conduct.” She continued, “And that’s just what he did as Vice-President. Imagine what he’d do as President.”
She then posed the question, “Why should there be one standard for the elite political class and another set of rules for the rest of us?”
Bondi contrasted that behavior to President Trump, whose integrity and inability to be bought is underlined by the fact that he donates his entire presidential paycheck to charities.
Bondi’s impression of the Biden legacy:
“Joe says he’ll build back better. Ya, build the Biden’s back better.”
Pam Bondi gained a fierce reputation as a prosecutor and had some major cases that propelled her into the fore of media attention. She led the State of Florida along with 26 other states in an attempt to repeal Obamacare. She prosecuted Major League Baseball Player Dwight Gooden in 2006 for violating the terms of his probation and for substance abuse.
A year later, She prosecuted the defendants in the death of Martin Anderson, a 14-year-old from Florida who died while incarcerated at a boot camp-style youth detention center, the Bay County Boot Camp, located in Panama City, Florida, and operated by the Bay County Sheriff’s Office.