Human Events Daily host Jack Posobiec delved into President Joe Biden's links to foreign regimes on Tuesday by discussing the millions in donations he has received to the Biden Institute at the University of Delaware.
According to an analysis by the Washington Free Beacon, which conducted a review of US Department of Education records, the institute has received $23,610,996 from Saudi Arabia, $6,704,250 from China, $2,513,646 from Oman, and $1,673,847 from Turkey,
"Who owns President Biden?" Posobiec asked. "China, Saudi Arabia, Oman, and Turkey gave millions to the University of Delaware, after the creation of the Biden Institute, the University of Delaware is one of those institutions of higher education that is known for absolutely nothing, really."
"What does the University of Delaware tell us?" he continued. "Well, since 2017, and the founding of the Biden Institute, you know, the Biden's there. They're known for their great work of, you know, the work that they do that we all we all love to see, they had that. I've gotten nothing today. They don't do anything. But the University of Delaware has received $23 million from Saudi Arabia $6.7 million from the People's Republic of China, and $2.5 million from Oman, as well as 1.6 million from Turkey. Isn't that nice?"
Posobiec went on to argue that Biden may be the most corrupt president since Lyndon B. Johnson in the 1960s, accusing him of "selling out" the country for his own benefit.
"You know, I think that President Biden is actually trying to go and the Biden family in general, they're trying to give Lyndon Baines Johnson a run for their money as to who could be the most corrupt public servant in US history," he continued. "This idea that you will become wealthy by selling out your country, and that using your power, your imprimatur, your ability to make decisions as a way to affect change and beneficial change of beneficial policies for those foreign nations. That's exactly what we're seeing now, ladies and gentlemen, and we've got the numbers to prove it."