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Anyone with even a passing interest in Wyoming “Republican” Representative Liz Cheney’s stage 4 Trump Derangement Syndrome and her apparent willingness to flush her political career down the toilet as a result, has to wonder: Is Cheney’s obsession with Trump based solely on her disdain for The Donald, or is she a raging Democrat trapped in the body of a very bad Republican impersonator?
With just 48 hours remaining (as I write) before Cheney is likely destroyed by Trump-backed challenger Harriet Hageman in Tuesday’s Wyoming primary — Cheney presently trails Hageman by 30 points — reports confirm that Cheney’s husband, Philip Perry, is a partner in a law firm that represents Hunter Biden in a Department of Justice grand jury probe. Trump-appointed U.S. prosecutor David Weiss is investigating Hunter and his various associates for tax violations and lying to law enforcement about illegally purchasing a firearm.
Perry’s partner Chris Clark represents Hunter in the “grand jury investigation regarding tax issues,” his company biography says.
As reported by Breitbart, Perry owns between a $1,000,001 and $5,000,000 million stake in the firm, according to Cheney’s 2020 Personal Financial Disclosure. Moreover, as noted by Breitbart, Latham & Watkins is a Democrat “powerhouse, which employs attorneys who have donated more than half a million dollars to President Biden’s 2020 campaign.” And according to Federal Election Commission records, Clark himself gave $3,800 to Biden’s 2020 presidential campaign.
So… are we looking at a mere coincidence, or is this a classic case of If it looks like a duck, swims like a duck, and quacks like a duck, then it probably is a duck? I report, you decide. For now, anyway.
Here’s where the “plot” thickens.
Just kidding; I’m not a conspiracy theorist. That said, check it out — via Breitbart:
Perry’s firm has advised a Chinese Communist Party-linked technology company named TME and Exelon Corporation. The State Department in 2019 dubbed TME a tool of the Chinese government.
According to the Wall Street Journal, in 2011, Exelon Corporation agreed to provide consulting and training services to an arm of the state-owned China National Nuclear Corporation (CNNC).
The state-owned CNNC’s president and vice president are appointed by the highest administrative position in the government of China, the Premier of the People’s Republic of China. The CNNC supervises all facets of China’s nuclear programs.
Hunter and China?
RedState has reported extensively on Hunter Biden’s troubling business deals in China, many of which have paid him millions of dollars for jobs and assignments for which his only “qualification” appeared to be he’s Joe Biden’s son.
Among reports we’ve covered, the disclosure that Bohai Capital, the private equity arm of Bank of China International Holdings Ltd., is the majority owner of Hunter Biden’s venture capital firm, BHR; Hunter’s closest business partner met with then-Vice President Biden at White House 19 times, and a prominent senator predicting a “deal” to a Hunter Biden indictment from the American people.
Meanwhile, Joe Biden continues to make two statements that cannot both be true. Out of one side of his lying mouth, the “Big Guy” ridiculously continues to insist he has never talked with Hunter or any of his associates over his business dealings. Out of the other side of his mouth, Joe categorically insists that Hunter has done nothing wrong or illegal.
Sorry, no. Those are mutually-exclusive statements, Jack.
The bottom line:
While I’m generally not fond of the whataboutism game, The Adventures of Joe Biden and His Crackhead Son screams “What about…?”
Imagine for a nanosecond the histrionics and full-metal meltdown of the Democrat Party, the liberal lapdog media, Planet Looney Tunes Hollywood, and every other hypocritical liberal in America, if Donald Trump Jr. or Eric Trump had participated in a hundredth of the nefarious, distasteful crap we already know about, much of it photographed. Then toss on the credible accusation and the probable federal indictment.
Can you imagine? Me, too. Very clearly.