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We Now Know Why Biden Wouldn’t Name Qatar a State Sponsor of Terror: James Biden Was Doing Business With Them!

The Biden crime family’s business deals have once again come into sharper focus.

Qatar is widely considered to be one of the largest state sponsors of terrorism—they fund religious fundamentalist groups all over the Middle East and cause trouble for all their neighbors.

Many believe that the bankrolling of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt and funding for ISIS both came from this tiny country located in the Persian Gulf.

According to the latest reports, James Biden, the brother of Joe Biden, was doing business with Qatari officials—he was doing deals with their government.

Is this why the Biden administration is so soft with Qatar? Here’s what we currently know:

Politico broke the story dissecting the deep business ties between James Biden and Qatar:

The alleged arrangements stem from an effort by Jim Biden to raise money from Qatari sources for ventures in the U.S. beginning in the months after his older brother left the vice presidency.

At the time, the tiny, gas-rich nation faced a financial blockade from its neighbors and was spending lavishly to shore up its political standing in the West.

Public records and emails obtained by POLITICO offer a window on fundraising efforts in which Jim Biden invoked his ties to older brother and sought workarounds to restrictions on international money movements.

Here are just some reactions to the news of the Biden crime family’s foreign business deals. Is there anyone they haven’t sold the country out for?

The New York Post previously reported:

[James Biden] revealed other international business efforts that he said were futile, saying that around the time he used a $200,000 loan from financially distressed rural hospital company Americore to repay funds from another alleged loan to Joe Biden in 2018, “I was looking for investments from Qatar, again, in infrastructure projects. They were building hotels in Miami.”


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