As the Biden family faces increased scrutiny due to potentially illicit business connections between Hunter Biden and foreign countries such as China and Ukraine, a new development was reported this week indicating that there was a significant uptick in secret Chinese donations to the University of Delaware after Joe Biden set up a foundation in his name there.
The report found that the University received almost $7 million in anonymous donations from China after the so-called ‘Biden Institute’ opened.
In the previous instance reported at the University of Pennsylvania, none of the donations received were designated as being from a “Foreign Government Source.”
The University of Delaware has not responded to requests for comment concerning the Chinese government’s decided to donate to the university after the Biden Institute was created, and has refused to identify the donors.
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— Benny Johnson (@bennyjohnson) February 14, 2023
A second university has been found to have received more than $6.7 million in anonymous donations from China, including direct funding from the Chinese government, after Joe Biden set up a program there in his name, according to a Government Accountability Institute analysis. The revelation comes following reporting that anonymous China-linked funds flowing to the University of Pennsylvania almost tripled after the inauguration of the Penn-Biden Center, which illegally housed classified documents.
On March 13, 2017, less than seven weeks after concluding his second term as vice president, Joe Biden announced the founding of the Biden Institute at his home state’s University of Delaware (UD). According to the announcement, part of Biden’s “vision for the institute is an annual conference at UD, similar to the World Economic Forum or the Aspen Institute.”
At the time of Biden’s announcement at UD, multiple members of the Biden family were working on deals worth millions of dollars with foreign businessmen linked to the highest levels of Chinese intelligence.