For decades since leaving office, Bill and Hillary Clinton were known as the "Clinton Crime Family" for the way they managed to rake in hundreds of millions of dollars in 'donations' to their charitable foundation.
But, according to a new book, it appears as though the Clintons have some competition when it comes to allegations of corruption: The Biden Family.
The book by noted investigative journalist Peter Schweizer is titled, "Profiles in Corruption: Abuse of Power by America's Progressive Elite," is likely the reason why former Vice President Joe Biden is demanding that the "mainstream media" pay no attention to the volume of corruption allegations that have arisen already and are coming.
Only a 'progressive' Democrat could get away with making that demand, but then again, the media is little more than a propaganda wing for the DNC.
In any event, as reported by Breitbart, Schweizer writes that Frank Biden, the veep's younger brother, just happened to have been in a position to profit handsomely from millions in taxpayer-financed loans to Caribbean countries during the Obama presidency.
Frank Biden first set his sights on the region in 2009, as the Obama administration began to repair the U.S. relationship with Costa Rica. Tensions between the two countries flared under President George W. Bush, most notably on how to deal with drug trafficking.
After Obama snaked his way into the Oval Office, he made it one of his early foreign policy priorities to repair relations in the region as part of an overall push to reign in a new era of global cooperation.
Leading the way was the self-avowed 'foreign policy expert' Joe Biden, who did have some ties to the region after leading the Senate Foreign Relations Committee for a number of years. (Related: Bestselling author Peter Schweizer provides details on timeline of Joe and Hunter Biden corruption in Ukraine.)
Shortly after Obama's inauguration, Frank Biden began scoping out real estate opportunities in Costa Rica. A lawyer by education, he was not deterred by a lack of experience in international development as well as decades' worth of legal troubles in the United States.
This kind of elitist nepotism is what infuriates ordinary Americans
But despite these handicaps, Schweizer noted that Frank Biden had problems finding business opportunities, especially after his vice president brother paid Costa Rica a visit.
"Just months after Vice President [Joe] Biden's visit, in August, Costa Rica News announced a new multilateral partnership 'to reform Real Estate in Latin America' between Frank Biden, a developer named Craig Williamson, and the Guanacaste Country Club, a newly planned resort," Schweizer writes in his book, a copy of which was provided to Breitbart.