Joe Biden's financial reports simply don't add up:
Joe Biden's personal finances — at least as he lists them publicly for voters — don't add up.
The politician who reveled in the moniker "Middle Class Joe" carried a relatively modest portfolio during 47 years in public office. But he scored a $16 million-plus windfall after he left the Obama White House. That includes $11 million he and his wife Jill earned in 2017, mostly on book and speaking fees, $4.6 million in 2018 and $985,000 last year, according to tax returns he made public earlier in the election.
But when he filed a federal financial disclosure form earlier this year to run for president, the Bidens listed only assets of between $1.5 million and $3.2 million. And that invites the question: Where did the rest of the money go?
"I can guarantee you if I was auditing those forms, I'd have questions," says Paul Miller, the owner of New York-based tax firm Miler & Company LLP.
The corruption of the Biden crime family almost certainly exceeds that of famous crime families of the past. It's intriguing to see how so many of the reportedly rich don't actually have any money. Perhaps, like Rush Limbaugh having talent on loan from God, they only have money on loan from Satan.