Home Biden Sold for $1.2 Million Only Worth $1.65 Three Decades Later

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Anyone else think the Biden family is abnormally lucky? Well, things are starting to look a lot more suspicious than lucky.

Take the sale of Biden’s former Delaware home, for example.

As the UK Daily Mail reported, Biden sold the 10,000-square-foot home in 1996 for $1.2 million. It is noted that this was over six times what the Bidens bought the place for over the years earlier.

Now, for those of you who look on the brighter side of things, you know, glass-half-full types, you might give the Bidens the benefit of the doubt. After all, the house is massive; it’s been two decades since it was previously purchased, and the family undoubtedly did some work or renovations to make it even better, right?

And you might be right, somewhat.

But then what if I told you that over three decades later, and the worth of that same home is only $1.65?

Would you still say there isn’t anything fishy going on?

According to the housing market and trajectory for Delaware home prices over the past 25 years, that home should be worth somewhere around $3 million today. That is, if the original sale price was accurate.

Of course, Biden says that it was, as does the buyer.

But the buyer only adds more questionability to the sale.

You see, the buyer was a top executive of MBNA, a credit card company located in Delaware. MBNA was also a major campaign donor to Biden’s then-Senate campaign. After winning his senate election, Biden then backed a bankruptcy bill that would have hugely benefited credit card companies like MBNA, despite the fact that most of his fellow Democrat senators didn’t like the bill.

Oh, and did I mention that MBNA hired Hunter Biden right out of law school the same year the home was bought… Hunter then quickly climbed the ladder to become senior vice president at MBNA.

Still think it’s all a coincidence?

Yeah, I’m not so sure…