Biden Foundation Shady Exposed, Leads to Obama and Pfizer

The US Democratic presidential candidate Biden is once again in scandal. Federal documents show that the Biden and his wife set up a cancer charity that, instead of using the money for medical research, paid high salaries to “executives” of the Obama administration and Pfizer.

The Biden Cancer Initiative was founded in 2017 by Joe Biden and his wife Jill Biden, the New York Post reported on Nov. 15. The stated purpose is “to develop and advance treatment options to accelerate the prevention, detection, diagnosis, research and care of cancer.”

According to the investigation, the cancer charity did not spend any of the donations it received on cancer-related research in its first two years of existence, instead spending millions of dollars to hire Obama’s cronies. The charity received $4,809,619 in donations in fiscal years 2017 and 2018, but the total payroll expense was a staggering $3,070,301.

Former Pfizer Execs, Top Obama Administration Officials Receive Big Salaries from Biden Agency

Gregory Simon, the president of Biden’s charity, earned $429,850 in fiscal year 2018 (July 1, 2018 to June 30, 2019), according to recent federal tax filings for the organization.

Simon, a former Pfizer executive and head of the Obama administration’s White House Cancer Task Force, was paid $224,539 in fiscal 2017 and nearly doubled his income at the foundation in 2018, tax documents show.

The Biden Cancer Foundation also employs Danielle Carnival, a former chief of staff for Obama’s cancer program, the Cancer Moonshot Task Force, who took in $258,207 from the Biden Foundation in 2018.

In addition, tax documents show that the charity spent $56,738 on conferences and $59,356 on travel in the first year. Spending on travel spiked to $97,149 in the second year, and $742,953 for the nonprofit conference.

The agency’s disbursements, however, were zero. In other words, the agency didn’t give out any of the donations it received to cancer organizations.

Simon has said that the charity’s primary purpose is not to give grants to cancer institutions, but to find ways to accelerate treatment for all people, regardless of their economic or cultural background.

Biden established the foundation in 2017 after his eldest son, Beau, died of a brain tumor in 2015.

Pfizer’s vaccine information notified Biden first?

On Wednesday, in an interview on the WMAL radio show, Alex Azar, Secretary of Health and Human Services in the Trump (Trump) administration, said he heard about the Pfizer vaccine success from the news.

“I got it from media reports Monday morning,” Azar said, while he was the official head of the Trump administration’s partnership with pharmaceutical companies to develop the vaccine. The Biden team, however, said in a statement Monday morning, “Last night (Sunday), my public health advisor was informed of the good news.”

Even more bizarrely, on the same day that Pfizer announced the successful vaccine trial, the company’s CEO Albert Bourla sold 60 percent of his personal stock at $41.94 per share, for a total of $5.6 million.

President Trump has said that Pfizer allegedly intentionally withheld vaccine data for the Chinese Communist virus (Wuhan virus, new coronavirus) from the public until after Election Day, in order to beat itself up. “The FDA and the Democrats didn’t want to give me a vaccine victory before the election, so it came out five days later – just like I’ve been saying all along!” He said.

Two years after Biden’s foundation was established, Biden and his wife resigned from the foundation to fully prepare for the presidential campaign, and the charity “suspended” its operations.

According to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), the organization is still running, but Simon said in a 2019 interview that the charity would lose its edge without Biden at the helm.

In July 2019 Simon told the Associated Press, “We’re trying to move on, but it’s getting harder and harder to get the ability to get things done.”