New Book Alleges Biden Administration's Silence on Fentanyl Crisis Due to Family's China Connections

New Book Alleges Biden Administration's Silence on Fentanyl Crisis Due to Family's China Connections

The Biden administration’s response to the fentanyl crisis is being called into question by a new book released on Tuesday.

“Blood Money: Why the Powerful Turn a Blind Eye While China Kills Americans,” authored by Peter Schweizer, provides a strong argument that the administration’s relative silence on the issue is due to the Biden family’s connections to China, a major source of fentanyl imports.

Schweizer highlights the discrepancy in President Biden’s response, noting that while Biden was vocal about Beijing’s involvement in the heroin trade in 1992, he has been notably quiet on the more deadly fentanyl crisis. The book criticizes Biden’s approach, pointing out that in his 2023 State of the Union address, he failed to address China’s role in the drug trade, treating it merely as a conventional drug problem.

The author draws connections between the Biden family’s financial dealings and Chinese businessmen involved in the fentanyl trade. He alleges that members of the first family received millions of dollars from Chinese businessmen with ties to the highest levels of Chinese intelligence, some of whom are linked to the fentanyl trade.

Schweizer also explores connections between the Bidens and individuals involved in the drug trade, such as Ye Jianming, a Chinese tycoon associated with a drug lord named White Wolf. According to the book, White Wolf’s gang, UBG, has extensive involvement in the international drug trade, including the production and distribution of fentanyl in the United States.

Furthermore, Schweizer claims that Hunter Biden’s attorney, Abbe Lowell, has represented individuals with ties to Chinese triads and intelligence agencies. This raises concerns about conflicts of interest within the Biden administration when it comes to confronting China on the issue of fentanyl.

Overall, the book alleges that the Biden administration’s inaction on the fentanyl crisis is influenced by personal and financial ties to China, which undermines efforts to address the deadly epidemic affecting communities across the United States.


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