Carol Fox, the trustee who represented Americore during its bankruptcy proceedings, said she could neither determine what role James Biden played nor identify any paperwork backing up the loans made to him from the struggling company in 2018.
According to the transcript of her testimony reviewed by Just the News, Fox told the committee that Biden purportedly provided consulting services to the company through his firm, Lion Hall, but in her financial investigation she could not determine exactly what those services were, nor Biden’s role at Americore despite a business card listing him as a “Principal.”
Mark Middleton, the presidential advisor who introduced Jeffrey Epstein to Bill Clinton was found dead by hanging using a cheap extension cord … with a gunshot wound to his chest. His death was deemed a suicide. A few months prior, a woman linked to Middleton was found dead using a similar extension cord. There’s something sinister happening here.
The parents of a 9-year-old boy tarred for his Native American costume worn during a Kansas City Chiefs game last year are suing the liberal media outlet that publicly accused their son of donning blackface.
In a complaint filed against G/O Media Inc, which owns the outlet Deadspin where the story was first published, the family of young Holden Armenta made good on its previous promise to sue, arguing “enormous damage” was inflicted upon them by author Carron Phillips, who wrote that the boy found “a way to hate black people and Native Americans at the same time.” The Armenta family are Native American descendants.
Though Holden painted half of his face red and the other half black in the traditional colors of his favorite team, Deadspin ran his photo showing only the black side, leading readers to believe he had worn blackface, a historic makeup worn by non-Black actors that is widely viewed as racially insensitive.