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No One F$$ks With A Biden…And The Origin of the Robinette Naming

stock here: I am abstaining from beating up on little Nimrata, the war monger “give Israel everything they want and don’t even ask why”.

Maybe Biden’s age makes his Dopamine high from abusing children less of a factor now. But his ancestors have always participated is risky behavoirs that give them “their jollies”. Abuse is one of them, here is a story about the Big Guy’s original name came from. Moses Robinette who was convicted of Attempted Murder, and was let off the hook, by Lincoln the compassionate.


Below is my column in new research published in the Washington Post that turned up an interesting case involving the prosecution of the great-great-grandfather of President Joe Biden.

What was interesting about the account was not the criminality, which can be found in the history of many families. Rather it was the intervention of allies and negating of the conviction of Moses Robinette that was so ironic in light of the current controversies.

Here is the column:

The Bidens have shown a legendary skill at evading legal accountability. Even in the face of overwhelming evidence, Biden family members often marshal political allies and media to kill investigations or cut sweetheart deals.

The Bidens swim in scandal with the ease and agility of a bottlenose dolphin. From his own plagiarism scandal to his brother’s role in killing a man to his son’s various federal crimes, Bidens have long been a wonder in Washington.

It turns out that it may be something of a family trait acquired through generations of natural selection.

A historian recently discovered that Joe Biden’s great-great-grandfather, Moses J. Robinette,  was accused and found guilty of attempted murder. The case followed a strikingly familiar pattern.

Fittingly, Robinette was a government contractor. He was paid to give veterinary care for the horses of the Union army during the Civil War, taking the job after his hotel was burned down.

At 42, Robinette sounded like his great-great-grandson. He was married and described as “full of fun, always lively and joking.”

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