Biden’s Witty Remark On Bribery Allegations: ‘Where’s the Money?

When asked on Thursday about his possible involvement in a global bribery investigation, Vice President Biden answered with a joke.

Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC), a member of the House Oversight Committee investigating the president, claimed earlier in the day that the charges are “worse than has been reported so far.” When a reporter asked him to respond, he joked, “Where’s the money?”

“I’m joking. It’s a bunch of malarkey,” Biden chimed in.

Biden Responds To Bribery Allegations

Reviewing the FD-1023 document an FBI whistleblower said demonstrated Biden’s complicity in the bribery scam, Mace told Fox News Digital on Thursday that there is “damning evidence the sitting President of the United States sold out his country in an ongoing bribery scheme.”

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Whistleblower who approached House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer, R-Kentucky, and Senator Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, saying the FBI had a document dated June 30, 2020, that detailed information from a confidential human source alleging that Vice President Joe Biden had engaged in a criminal bribery scheme with a foreign national in exchange for influence over policy decisions totaling $5 million.

On Monday, FBI Director Christopher Wray gave the paper to Comer and Jamie Raskin, D-Md., the ranking member of the House Oversight Committee, after they were subpoenaed for it.

After Republicans on the Oversight Committee threatened to place Wray in contempt of Congress, the FBI decided on Wednesday to let the full committee read the paper.

The whistleblower claims the document gives “a precise description of how the alleged criminal scheme was employed as well as its purpose” and describes an arrangement in which money was exchanged for policy decisions.

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