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Watch: Pro-Trump Super PAC Releases Damning New Ad on Biden Family

Make America Great Again, Inc., an organization supporting the principles of the previous President Donald Trump, recently released a politically advertisement that critically questions the financial activities of President Joe Biden’s family. The ad is an attempt to reignite debate around the alleged foreign business dealings of Biden’s family, particularly involving his son, Hunter Biden.

The advertisement specifically mentions the controversy around a laptop belonging to Hunter Biden. It asserts that the laptop contains evidence of lucrative deals with foreign partners, including Ukrainian and Chinese interests accused of bribery and fraud. The advertisement also raises questions about President Biden’s claim that his family never profited from China, citing Hunter’s supposed court admission of receiving Chinese funds.

Furthermore, the advertisement broadens its criticism to the wider Biden family, claiming that Biden’s brother, grandchildren, nieces, and nephews profited from foreign deals, leading to a combined earning of over 17 million dollars. The advertisement also suggests that these alleged dealings turned Biden from one of the poorest members of Congress to a billionaire in the White House.

Make America Great Again, Inc. ends the advertisement by directly challenging President Biden, asking whether these alleged financial occurrences are coincidental or indicative of corruption. The ad does not provide concrete evidence for the claims made and appears to be a renewed attempt to draw attention to these allegations ahead of the upcoming political campaigns. The Justice Department’s stance on these matters, as suggested by the ad, is not presented with additional context or reference to any official statements or findings.

From the ad:

Hey, Joe, how come your Justice Department goes after Trump endlessly, yet they cover for your family? Hunter’s laptop. Yeah, that was censored. But we know that the laptop’s real. And it’s not just filled with photos of Hunter’s drug fueled debauchery either.

Nah, it showed Hunter pocketed millions from foreign partners, cash from Ukrainian and Chinese interests accused of bribery and fraud. And remember when you claimed your family never made money from China?

Well, Hunter admitted in court he took their cash. His Chinese business partner was tied to the Communist Party. How did Hunter’s partners get meetings at the White House?

Your brother, grandkids, even nieces and nephews got paid from foreign deals. Your family and their cronies raked in over 17 million from these schemes. And Yuzhou went from being one of the poorest in Congress to billionaire in the White House. Come on, Joe. All this a coincidence or corruption?

Make America Great Again, inc. Is responsible for the content of this advertising.

  • Darlin1111 says:

    I’m reading “Laptop From Hell” and feel as though I need to take a shower after every paragraph… The Bidump family are some nasty people…

  • Mike says:

    So, how come the article doesn’t say where (channel(s)) and when (dates) the add is running?

  • maga24 says:

    They should run this ad nonstop on MSDNC, CNN, ABC, NBC and CBS. Dont forget about interstate trafficking for prostitution also.

  • Vic says:

    The ad does not go far enough. Need to show all their DemocRat dirty dealings (think: Jan-6 and 2000 Mules; etc).



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