Congressman Wonders If Biden Is A Chinese Puppet

( According to a report, Rep. James Comer, R-Kentucky, chair of the House Oversight and Accountability Committee, is focusing on the Penn Biden Center in Washington, D.C.

Comer sent a letter to Mary Elizabeth Magill, the president of the University of Pennsylvania, on Wednesday.

Comer stated that given the Biden family’s financial ties to international actors and businesses, the committee is concerned about who had access to these documents. The committee requests documents and data pertaining to foreign influence at the University of Pennsylvania and the Penn Biden Center.

Comer wrote that the American people deserve to know whether the Chinese Communist Party, through Chinese companies, influenced potential Biden administration policies through large, anonymous donations to UPenn and the Penn Biden Center.

Comer stated that the committee has learned of tens of millions of dollars in Chinese-funded contributions to the think tank led by Biden.

The letter also asserts that Hunter Biden, the president’s son, may have accessed classified documents found at the president’s Delaware residence.  Hunter Biden listed it as his home address in 2018 and planned to share office space with a Chinese Communist Party-affiliated individual.

Classified documents were allegedly discovered in the former office of Vice President Joe Biden six days before the midterm elections.

According to public records, the Ivy League college received $54.6 million in Chinese donations between 2014 and June 2019. This total consists of $23.1 million in anonymous gifts beginning in 2016.

Anthony Blinken, the current Secretary of State, served briefly as the center’s managing director in February 2018, when it first opened. In 2018, the university received a donation of $14.5 million.

According to a report, Comer stated it is essential to determine if any Biden family members or associates had access to classified documents while they were stored at the Penn Biden Center.

A spokesman for the University of Pennsylvania denied that anonymous funds from China were given to the Biden Penn Center.

According to spokesman Stephen MacCarthy,  the center has never solicited or accepted donations from Chinese or other foreign entities.