Biden Pulls Some Strings to Get Granddaughter Into the University of Pennsylvania?

It’s no secret that our president won’t shy away from using his power to help those in need, especially if they’re exceptionally close to him. It’s like his son Hunter, who’s avoided justice on several occasions, due to daddy’s coverups.

Most recently though, it’s been found Biden is using his power to help his granddaughter get into the college of her choice, that being the University of Pennsylvania.

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He was previously paid $2 million for his service as Benjamin Franklin’s Presidential Professor of Practices.

“Joe Biden” by Gage Skidmore

The Bidens are no strangers to abuse of power

Of course, this sort of thing wouldn’t fly if someone on the right side of the political spectrum so much as even mentioned the possibility of doing it.

This was made evident during Trump’s time in the White House. Liberal media kept taking shots at him for the alleged benefits his family had from all the time he’d spent in office, with the number of headlines being too many to count.

Despite all of this, Biden, whose approval rating has sunk below the lowest point Trump’s was during his term, is still shielded from criticism, leaving many wondering if this whole granddaughter thing will actually go unchecked.

The matter was initially brought to the public eye last week on Friday; the president was seen visiting the University of Pennsylvania with his 18-year-old granddaughter.

It runs in the family

Oddly enough, every single member of the Biden family, save for Hunter, graduated from the same university. This starts with his eldest son Beau, then his daughter Ashley, and both of his granddaughters’ sisters.

It was also noted that his granddaughter, Natalie, received the tour of the university from none other than its president Elizabeth Magill and history professor Sophia Rosenfield. This isn’t the treatment many other prospective students will be receiving.

To no one’s surprise, the University of Pennsylvania is known for its controversial affirmative action practice. Seeing how they’re still waiting for the Supreme Court’s decision on race-based admission, a connection with Joe himself is not something to sneeze at.

At the time though, all of this remains nothing more than speculation. Considering that Biden faced accusations of corrupt practice time and time again, it’s certainly something to keep an eye out for.

If he was willing to cover up a series of incriminating evidence against his son Hunter, it’s only natural for him to pull some strings to get his granddaughter into the college of her choice, especially if it’s one he’s already “familiarized” himself with.

In the end, though, Biden’s likely not going to stay in the office for much longer. Sooner or later, Hunter will have to figure out a way to fend for himself and eventually face the consequences of his actions.

This article appeared in The Record Daily and has been published here with permission.

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