Remember when Joe Biden declared he would not be accepting SuperPAC money and shamed everyone else who was?
Well, that’s all changed now that Joe has no money and can’t raise anything worthwhile via grassroots efforts and his mega-donors have dried up.
Things are not looking so good for the once-popular 2020 candidate, who is now reeling after Presiden Trump dragged him and his coke-head son through the mud over their shady business dealings in Ukraine.
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So that’s why Biden has suddenly changed his mind about SuperPACS.
However, don’t ask him about why he changed his mind, or he’ll blow his stack like he did when this young liberal lady cornered him about his flip flop.
Lily asked @JoeBiden how young people can trust he'll fight for us when he's opened the door SuperPACs, which would allow any amount of dark fossil fuel money to support his campaign.
His response: “Look at my record, child." 🙄 pic.twitter.com/NmpX2B1jUq
— Sunrise Movement 🌅 (@sunrisemvmt) October 28, 2019
Now that Joe is broke, he’s okay with taking all that SuperPAC money.
And the new Super PAC he has in his corner is run by a registered “foreign agent” for the government of Azerbaijan.
Ha ha ha ha. Can’t get much more “All American/Apple Pie” than that, right?
Larry Raskyis a lobbyist who worked as a top campaign operative for Biden. He’s listed as the treasurer of the SuperPAC, according to records filed with the Federal Election Commission. Records filed with the Department of Justice also show that Rasky is a registered “foreign agent” who is lobbying on behalf of the government of Azerbaijan.
Props to Joe, at least he’s branching out of Ukraine and China…
The records, which were filed pursuant to the Foreign Agent Registration Act, show that Rasky was hired by the Azerbaijani government on April 23, 2019. Federal documents signed by Rasky show that he reports directly to Elin Suleymanov, Azerbaijan’s ambassador to the United States.
“[The government of Azerbaijan] will pay RASKY a minimum monthly non-refundable fee (the ‘Monthly Fee’) for the Services provided of $15,000 per month, plus a 5% administrative fee as described below,” Rasky’s contract with the foreign government states. “The Monthly Fees totaling $94,500 shall be paid in two equal installments. The initial payment of $47,250 is due upon the signing of this agreement. The second payment of $47,250 is due on July 15, 2019.”
Rasky changed the name of the PAC from “For The People” to “Unite the Country” on Monday, according to FEC filings. The filings do not state which country Rasky intends to unite on Biden’s behalf.
Politico reported in August that Rasky also explored going into business with Hunter Biden and James Biden, the former vice president’s younger brother. At one point, Rasky planned to provide a million dollars towards the Bidens’ purchase of Paradigm Global Advisors, a hedge fund.
“James and Hunter brought in Larry Rasky, a lobbyist and longtime Biden adviser, who at one point, according to court records, was going to provide $1 million in financing,” Politico reported. “Rasky did not respond to a request for comment.” [Politico]
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