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PAY TO PLAY: Former F.B.I. Director Donated To Biden’s Grandkids Trust Fund

Louis Freeh reportedly gave $100,000 to a private trust fund for Biden's grandkids in an effort to cozy up to the family and enter in future deals via Hunter Biden.


The Biden crime family is exposed once again.

This time it is through the revelation that The former F.B.I. director Louis Freeh gave $100,000 to a private trust fund meant for Biden’s grandkids according to reports.

He reportedly did this in order to cozy up to the family, and gain entrance into future deals with the family.

Hunter Biden was of course named as the middleman sources say.

Here is what we currently know about the situation:

Daily Mail was the first to break the story:

According to the messages, obtained by from Hunter Biden’s abandoned laptop, the former FBI director was working for three foreign businessmen and officials at the time, who were all later convicted of various corruption charges, including a multi-billion-dollar ransacking of a Malaysian wealth fund.

Freeh himself was not implicated in those charges    

The 71-year-old, who served as FBI director under Bill Clinton and George Bush, ran a consultancy firm with highly controversial clients including a now-jailed Malaysian prime minister who stole billions of dollars from his country, a Romanian real estate tycoon convicted of bribery, and a French-Israeli diamond magnate later convicted of bribery and a $145 million property graft.

Freeh, a former judge, emailed Joe's son Hunter Biden in 2016, revealing he had spoken with the Vice President and proposed that they work together on private ventures once Biden left office.

According to Politico, the feds are going to investifate Giuliani instead of this: 

What Giuliani didn’t mention in the letter was that he wrote it on behalf of the Freeh Group, a consulting firm started by former FBI director Louis Freeh, which paid the former mayor a retainer to work on the Romania project. In 2018, Giuliani declined to reveal the amount, and his letter is the only Romania-related work he did that is known to the public. Gabriel “Puiu” Popoviciu, a Romanian property mogul who was sentenced to seven years in prison in a real estate fraud case, had hired Freeh in 2016 to review the evidence against him. The Freeh Group found “numerous factual and legal deficiencies” in the legal case that led to his conviction. A spokesperson for the Romanian president told POLITICO that Iohannis never replied to the letter.

Popoviciu in 2015 had also hired Hunter Biden, the son of then-Vice President Joe Biden, to help put an end to the fraud investigation against him. Hunter Biden had reportedly stopped working for Popoviciu by the time Giuliani got involved in 2018. Giuliani has severely criticized Hunter Biden for his ties to foreign companies, including in Ukraine and China.

Giuliani has not said much publicly about his work in Romania, except to tell The Guardian when asked whether his letter was related to Popoviciu’s case: “Overall situation not any one case. The letter speaks for itself. The rest you have to get from my client.” He also told POLITICO in 2018 that his letter “was based on a report I reviewed” by Freeh and that the Freeh Group was “paying my fee.”


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