Governor Exposes How Biden Has Borrowed Money from China to Buy Votes

Biden’s reelection hopes are looking downright abysmal so old Joe and the Democrats are doing what they do best – trying to BUY votes.

More than 153,000 Americans received an email from Biden saying that he had wiped their student loan debt away – totaling $1.2 billion.

Even after the Supreme Court ruled that Biden did not have the authority to do this legally he has been moving forward with vote buying stunts like this one.

Of course that’s pretty easy for Biden to do considering the money being spent is not his – heck, the burden of repayment may ultimately fall on the American taxpayer but it’s not even theirs.

 

America is so badly in debt that in order to fund his vote buying operation, old Joe is borrowing the money from his buddies over in China!

That’s right, the president of the United States is so incredibly desperate to remain in power that he is taking Chinese money to try and trick voters into voting for him – money which the American taxpayers will eventually have to pay back WITH interest.

Make no mistake about it, Joe Biden doesn’t care about the American people he is trying to buy off or the country he is supposedly “running.”

Joe and the Democrats just want to remain in power no matter the true cost!

Watch the video here to understand exactly what Biden is doing.


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