The relentless pursuit of truth by two Republican senators, Chuck Grassley of Iowa and Ron Johnson of Wisconsin has intensified in their ongoing investigation of alleged corruption within the Biden family. These senators have not forgotten how Facebook and Twitter effectively censored crucial information about Hunter Biden’s laptop in October 2020. Grassley and Johnson are now demanding answers, as they should.

In a letter to Zuckerberg, the senators remind us of how, when the New York Post first published the laptop’s contents, various media, and social media organizations were quick to denounce the findings as “disinformation.” The mainstream media has finally admitted the laptop’s contents were genuine and not Russian disinformation. What a farce!

Grassley and Johnson’s letter to Zuckerberg raises questions about the FBI’s involvement in Facebook’s decision to censor articles about Hunter Biden’s laptop. The senators cite whistleblowers alleging that local FBI leadership ordered employees not to inspect the laptop after obtaining it. Americans deserve to know whether the FBI used Facebook to discredit information about Hunter Biden.

The Biden family’s troubles are far from over. Joe Biden, while campaigning for the presidency, repeatedly denied any involvement in his son’s business dealings or discussions about them. However, a recent report suggests that these claims were false all along.

Fox News Digital reveals that several key players in Hunter Biden’s now-defunct firm, Rosemont Seneca Advisors, visited the White House over 80 times during Joe Biden’s tenure as Vice President. These findings only add to the suspicion that Joe Biden was more involved in his son’s business than he claims.

Joan Mayer, who claims to have been the Vice President of Rosemont Seneca Advisors, visited the White House at least 17 times during the Obama administration. Her visits included meetings with Joe Biden’s aides and executive assistants. Mayer also attended holiday receptions and a Jewish community reception at the Vice President’s official residence.

Anne Marie Person, another former assistant of Hunter Biden, visited the Obama White House at least five times before leaving the firm in 2014 to join then-Vice President Biden’s staff. It seems that Hunter Biden’s connections were more extensive than previously known, and the ties between the Biden family and Hunter’s business associates cannot be ignored.

Fox News Digital also reported on Fran Person‘s connections to Hunter and Rosemont Seneca Advisors. Despite claims to the contrary, the firm allegedly held a financial stake in a company run by Fran and a Chinese executive with links to high-ranking Communist Party of China officials. Evidence from Hunter and his business partner Eric Schwerin contradicts Fran Person’s denial of this connection.

Fran visited the White House at least seven times after leaving his position, eventually becoming a top executive at Harves Group, a DC-based affiliate of China’s Harves Century Group. He insists these visits were personal in nature, but the frequency of communication between the Person siblings and Hunter Biden, as well as Devon Archer, then-president of Rosemont Seneca Advisors, raises eyebrows.

Eric Schwerin, who Hunter’s ex-wife says “managed almost every aspect” of the Bidens’ financial affairs, visited the White House at least 27 times during the Obama administration. He met with Anne Marie Person and Steve Ricchetti, Biden’s current White House counselor, multiple times. These connections paint a troubling picture of the Biden family’s entanglements.

It’s time for the truth to come to light. The American people deserve answers and clarity on the extent of the Bidens’ involvement in Hunter’s business dealings, as well as the FBI’s potential role in discrediting information about Hunter Biden. Senators Grassley and Johnson are fighting for the truth, and we must support their efforts to uncover the reality behind the Biden family’s corruption.

Sources: ConservativeBrief, FoxNews, FoxBusiness

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