Describing the reveal regarding the Biden family’s alleged activities, Stear called it “the biggest political story” of his lifetime.
Following the emergence of media reports about Joe Biden’s alleged involvement in the business dealings of his son Hunter during Obama’s presidency, US commentator Christopher Stear recently drew comparisons between the Biden family and a fictional mafia clan from a certain HBO series.
While speaking to Sky News Australia regarding the matter, Stear remarked that “it’s a bit like the Soprano family, but probably worse”.
“You’ve got Joe Biden on tape, admitting in front of an audience that he blackmailed the Ukranian government into sacking the prosecutor who was investigating into his son’s dealings where he was getting up tp about $180,000 a month for sitting on a board that he knew nothing about at the time, when he was a desperately ill drug addict”, he said. “If that’s not buying influence, I don’t know what is.”
The commentator even went on to describe the situation as the “biggest political story” of his lifetime.
“It shows the Biden—to paraphrase Rudy Giuliani, the ‘Biden Crime Family’ to be explicitly involved for decades in using Joe Biden’s position to leverage money from countries. First, from Iraq, second from China, third again, we see from Ukraine, in the hundreds of millions”, Stear noted, adding that “it’s not one of those ‘go away stories’.”
Stears’ remarks come in the wake of a bombshell report by NY Post alleging that in 2015, Hunter Biden organized a meeting between his dad, then vice president in the Obama administration, and Vadim Pozharskyi, his colleague from the Ukrainian gas firm Burisma, Vadym Pozharskyi.
The report in question was apparently based on findings made on a laptop allegedly linked to the Biden family, that was dropped off for repairs and data restoration in the state of Delaware by an unidentified person in April 2019, but was never collected.