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China Funding for Biden Center is ‘National Security Risk’

12/25/20- Paul Kamenar, Counsel to the National Legal and Policy Center, is interviewed on One America News Network about the group’s call for Tony Blinken to disclose the source of $22 million in anonymous donations from China to the University of Pennsylvania, home of the Biden Center for Global Engagement and Diplomacy. Biden has announced that he will nominate Blinken to be Secretary of State. Blinken served as managing director of the Biden Center.… Read More ➡


Tony Blinken’s China Ties; Ilhan Omar Cut Ties to Husband’s Firm

11/24/20- On America’s Voice, Tom Anderson of the National Legal and Policy Center criticizes Joseph Biden’s selection of Anthony Blinken for Secretary of State. He also analyzes Rep. Ilhan Omar’s announcement that she will be cutting ties to her husband’s firm.… Read More ➡


Blinken Must Disclose Anonymous Chinese Donations to Biden Center

NLPC today called upon Tony Blinken, Joe Biden’s pick to be Secretary of State, to explain the anonymous Chinese funding of the Penn Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement that Joe Biden established in 2018, where Blinken was Managing Director. He and other Biden aides from the Obama Administration operated as the government-in-waiting, funded by millions of dollars from China.

NLPC filed a major complaint with the Department of Education earlier this year demanding that the University of Pennsylvania and its Penn Biden Center disclose the identity of $22 million in anonymous Chinese donations since 2017, including a single eye-popping donation of $14.5 million given on May 29, 2018, shortly after the opening of the Biden Center in Washington, DC.

Since NLPC’s filing, Penn spokesmen have stonewalled press inquiries into its Chinese funding.

“If Joe Biden and Tony Blinken don’t explain their cozy relationship with Communist China through the … Read More ➡


Remember, COVID Task Force Co-Chair David Kessler Cheated Taxpayers on Reimbursements

David Kessler, co-chair of Joseph Biden’s COVID-19 task force and a leading candidate to be his Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary, resigned as President Clinton’s Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Commissioner in late November 1996 (after Clinton’s re-election) amid controversy for overbilling his travel expenses during his tenure and shortly after a court upheld a subpoena for his deposition in a major FDA case.

The National Legal and Policy Center (NLPC), which led the investigation into Kessler’s travel expenses when Kessler was FDA Commissioner, is calling upon Joe Biden to dismiss Kessler from his COVID task force and remove him from consideration for HHS Secretary.

NLPC’s investigation included hundreds of FOIA requests for Kessler’s travel vouchers and itineraries over a five-year period that were turned over to the House of Representatives Oversight Subcommittee of the Commerce Committee at the time, which launched an investigation, including a referral to the … Read More ➡


Would Tech Oligarchs Dominate a Biden Administration?

Eric Schmidt/PHOTO: jdlasica (CC)

Should Joe Biden end up being the next President of the United States, former Alphabet (parent company of Google) CEO and Chairman Eric Schmidt has been talked about the most as his top advisor for tech issues.

The Financial Times reported last week that Biden is looking to the big names in Silicon Valley to create an in-White-House tech task force, led by Schmidt. The article said Biden has already hired away top executives from Apple and Facebook for his prospective transition team. And according to CBS News, his political team is advised by executives with tech firms formed by Schmidt and LinkedIn founder Reid Hoffman, both mega-donors for Biden’s election efforts.

Some far-leftists apparently held out hope that Biden might gravitate towards the Elizabeth Warren “break up Big Tech” perspective and embrace more big government regulation, especially after he approved an October Read More ➡


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