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Biden's Great Illusion: The Political Magic Trick No One Can Unravel

Updated: Sep 16, 2023

A Twisted Tale of Influence, Money, and Family Secrets – With More Twists Than a Pretzel at a Circus

The latest disclosures in the Biden corruption saga have sent the media into a theatrical spin. Once again, they're skirting around the edges of what looks to be a significant issue, treating it like it's some mind-bending episode of a reality TV show.

Now the media wants proof that Joe Biden himself accepted money. This isn't just an "impossible task"; it's like asking someone to find a unicorn wearing sunglasses, riding a skateboard, and performing Shakespearean sonnets.


Sure, a direct bribe to Joe Biden might sound improbable, but let's call it the "absolutely ridiculous task." After all, we're not talking about the antics of an amateur magician here. Former Rep. William Jefferson was caught with frozen cash, but the Bidens? They've been in the game so long, they make influence peddling look like an Olympic sport.


Hunter, the rising star of the Biden family, allegedly boasted to his Chinese contacts about how fantastic they are at this whole influence game. Perhaps he forgot to mention that only an absolute nincompoop would dump any of the $20 million under the direct spotlight. These funds are as slippery as a greased pig on roller skates, and they're getting tossed around through dozens of shell companies faster than you can say, "Where's the money, Lebowski?"

Congress seems to be on a wild goose chase, uncovering all these mysterious accounts. But hey, at least Joe Biden's bills are getting paid! Maybe the foreign cash is being used to cover his subscription to "World's Most Complex Puzzles Monthly." And speaking of grandchildren, imagine the delightful treasure hunts they must enjoy at family gatherings.

Now, we've got these alleged deliverables, like helping remove a Ukrainian prosecutor. Sounds like something out of a Bond film, doesn't it? "I'll give you a billion dollars, Mr. Shokin, but only if you can hop on one foot while juggling flaming chainsaws."


The media's been insisting for ages that all of this is just make-believe, like believing in fairies or that your cat actually cares about your feelings. But when the evidence starts piling up, they suddenly turn into the Queen from Alice in Wonderland, spouting nonsense about believing six impossible things before breakfast.

The media's great illusion is making the scandal seem like just a trick of the light. "Move along, folks, nothing to see here. Just Joe and Hunter discussing their favorite weather patterns and what they had for lunch."


It's quite the magic show, isn't it? The Bidens have made this scandal vanish like a rabbit in a hat, with the media acting like adoring fans, applauding every sleight of hand.


Even with the discovery of a maze of two dozen entities, money flowing around like a frantic game of hot potato, and the glaringly obvious fact that Hunter Biden's energy expertise might just be on par with his skills as a gourmet chef, it's still not enough.


The media's demands are as unrealistic as expecting the Bidens to drop a big, shiny hint right into Joe and Jill's lap. It's as if they want the evidence to come wrapped in a bow, accompanied by a singing telegram and a parade of dancing penguins.


As it stands, all we're left with is a tale that's more twisted than a pretzel, more complex than quantum physics, and more entertaining than a three-ring circus. But hey, at least we're never bored!


Jesse


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