Joe Biden’s big Super Tuesday victory is making him all but invincible.
But he’s got one crime that could trip him up.
Joe Biden got hit with an investigation that’s ended his winning streak.
Joe Biden’s had an amazing comeback that no one could have seen coming.
Just a week ago his campaign seemed all but over but all of that changed when the Democrat establishment decided to swoop in at the last moment like the fairy godmother in Cinderella.
They pushed Pete Buttigieg and Amy Klobuchar out of the race and got their endorsements, and Bloomberg dug his own grave with two terrible debates leaving only Bernie Sanders as the only other competition going into Super Tuesday.
Because of all the strings that were pulled, Joe Biden won big, nine of the 15 primary contests.
This gives Joe Biden about a 70 delegate lead over Bernie Sanders.
But although they can sweep other candidates aside, they can’t actually make Joe Biden into a good candidate.
He’s old, his mind wanders at times (to put it kindly) and there are major allegations of corruption that have never been answered.
Joe Biden bragged about how he used his position as Vice President of the United States and tax payers’ dollars to fire a man who was looking into Burisma, the company his son worked for.
The Democrats impeached Trump for far less.
But now the Senate is looking at Burisma which is at the center of this corruption concern and seeing if there’s any evidence that leads them back to Biden.
According to The Daily Wire:
The Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee is preparing to issue a number of initial subpoenas in the panel’s probe into Burisma Holdings, a Ukrainian oil and gas company that once employed Hunter Biden as a member of its board of directors, and the organization at the center of a Democratic effort to impeach President Donald Trump.
Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) sent a letter to members of the Committee late Sunday, according to The Hill, declaring his “intention to schedule a business meeting to consider a committee subpoena.”
That subpoena would reportedly go to Andrii Telizhenko, an individual who worked for Blue Star Strategies, a consulting organization that represented Burisma after it was accused of corruption, per the Daily Caller.
“Telizhenko, who was a consultant for Blue Star from July 2016 to June 2017, has provided some documents to the committee, according to Johnson,” the DC reported Monday. “But he says that he cannot turn over others without a subpoena because they are protected by a non-disclosure agreement.”
They’re looking into whether Hunter Biden served on the board of a company just so that he could influence his father.
While it certainly looks that way given that Hunter Biden had no experience that would be useful, proof would be helpful.
Joe Biden has always been his own worst enemy and even though the DNC has done their best to clear him a path to victory, Joe Biden could be tripped up by his own corruption and incompetence.