One dark secret just leaked out about Joe Biden and Jeffrey Epstein.
Biden hoped this secret would never see the light of day.
Now Joe Biden is panicking as the public finds out the truth.
Joe Biden is facing a public relations disaster as his 2024 re-election campaign gets underway and releases their first campaign finance reports.
His campaign is now linked to Jeffrey Epstein in a way that does not make Biden look good.
Biden is attempting to raise money from as many wealthy liberals as he possibly can, and some of those donors have sketchy connections.
Jeffrey Epstein, of course, had ties to many of the richest and most powerful people in America. Ever since his demise, those people have tried to deny their friendship with him, but they can’t hide the truth.
And Biden’s carelessness in associating with these disgraced people is creating a huge backlash against his presidential campaign that he never saw coming.
According to the New York Post, “A joint fundraising committee raising dollars for President Biden’s re-election effort received a large donation from a tech billionaire revealed to have once traveled to pedophile Jeffrey Epstein’s private island in the Caribbean.”
“LinkedIn co-founder Reid Hoffman dumped $699,600 into the Biden Victory Fund war chest, a joint fundraising committee authorized by the Biden campaign, in April, federal election records show.”
“The donation came one week before The Wall Street Journal reported Hoffman had visited the late serial sexual predator’s US Virgin Islands compound in 2014.”
It’s clear this Reid Hoffman is someone the President of the United States should not be associated with.
In fact, Hoffman should probably be investigated to find out what activities he engaged in when he visited Epstein’s island in 2014.
Whatever he saw there, it was enough to make him want to return. The article continues, “Hoffman, 55, had reportedly planned on returning to the island with Epstein later in 2014 before traveling to Boston to raise funds for MIT on behalf of fellow island trip attendee Joi Ito, a then-media lab director at the institute.”
Later in the article, it’s revealed that, “His latest donation pales to the $1.5 million he gave to a Biden super PAC in 2020, in addition to the maximum individual dollar amount allowed to the Democrat’s campaign.”