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Israeli professor alleges Biden family accepted Chinese military bribes

The “New York Post” published a 14-minute video from Gal Luft, who claims he is a whistleblower who is being silenced.

Gal Luft, executive director of the Institute for Analysis of Global Security, is interviewed on C-SPAN on May 20, 2007. Source: Screenshot.
Gal Luft, executive director of the Institute for Analysis of Global Security, is interviewed on C-SPAN on May 20, 2007. Source: Screenshot.

An Israeli professor claims that he was arrested in Cyprus to prevent him from testifying to the House Oversight Committee that the family of U.S. President Joe Biden accepted payments from the Chinese military.

The events occurred when Biden was running for the presidency, Gal Luft claimed. He provided a 14-minute video to the New York Post, which was published in a column by Miranda Devine.

“The self-proclaimed fall guy says he provided the incriminating evidence to six officials from the FBI and the Department of Justice in a secret meeting in Brussels in March 2019—but alleges that it was covered up,” Devine wrote.

Luft stated that he is neither Republican nor Democrat. “I have no political motive or agenda,” stated the self-declared “patient zero of the Biden family investigation.”

“I did it out of deep concern that if the Bidens were to come to power, the country would be facing the same traumatic Russia collusion scandal—only this time with China,” he added.

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