Biden Crime Family’s Corruption Allegations Grow

The Biden family is facing more allegations of corruption and dirty doing.

This week, Fox News Digital reviewed a cached version of President Joe Biden’s website, which revealed that the Bidens are in cahoots with a Hollywood producer.

The producer who introduced the president’s son, Hunter Biden, to art dealer George Berges had once helped the president raise more than $25,000 for his campaign.

James Comer, the chairman of the House Oversight Committee, identified that Lanette Phillips was the producer who linked Hunter with Berges. This revelation was made after Berges gave an interview behind closed doors to the House Oversight and Judiciary Committees as part of the impeachment inquiry the lower chamber is conducting into the president.

The interview transcript for Berges shows that he met Phillips a “couple of years ago” at a restaurant near his art gallery in New York City. He said that he knew Phillips was involved “to some degree” with liberal politics, but was unaware of the complete scope.

In 2019, Phillips told Variety magazine that she has known Biden for a while. In that interview, she said:

“I’ve known Biden for many years, and I believe in his policies. We need to bring our parties together and work together, and he’s proven to be able to do that very successfully.”

Phillips worked on behalf of Biden to help him secure more than $25,000 in donations for his 2020 presidential campaign, as his campaign website revealed on a page for “volunteer fundraisers.”
According to emails that were found on Hunter Biden’s laptop, Phillips has communicated with the president’s son since 2010 at least. The earliest email that was found on the laptop came in 2010, when Phillips sent condolences to Hunter Biden after his grandmother had died.

Just a few days before the elder Biden publicly announced in October 2015 that he wasn’t going to run for president in 2016, Phillips sent Hunter an email saying she was “keeping her fingers crossed your father will announce” his run for the presidency.

She added that if he were to run, she already had a team full of “really exciting and dedicated people who are eagerly awaiting to jump in and give 100% support.”

Phillips statements from the past seem to contradict from what Berges said during his House testimony regarding Hunter Biden’s artwork.

Since he started selling his artwork, Hunter Biden has raked in about $1.3 million in sales. One of the purchasers was Elizabeth Hirsh Naftali, who is a Los Angeles real estate investor who is not only a big donor to the Democratic Party but who was also appointed to an important commission by the president.

In July of 2022, eight months after Hunter Biden held his first art opening, his father appointed Naftali to the Commission for the Preservation of America’s Heritage Abroad.

Records aren’t clear about whether Naftali purchased the art before this appointment or after it.

According to Berges’ testimony, Phillips introduced Naftali to him.