Missing from the campaign trail ever since the Wuhan Virus pandemic hit the U.S., Presidential candidate Joe Biden has been “marked safe” in his son Hunter’s cobalt mine located in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
“Ghislaine and I found two quaters,” Biden said when Associated Press photographers snapped a picture of him with Jeffrey Epstein’s procurement specialist, Ghislaine Maxwell.
According to press reports, Biden has been hunkered down in the mine for about a week. Maxwell has been there for an unknown, but probably much longer, period of time, and therefore could not possibly be infected with the coronavirus.
“Joe is not infected, and has been marked safe,” said campaign chairman Jennifer O’Malley Dillon. “And I’m used to this kind of weirdness after chairing Beto’s failed campaign, so there’s no need to be alarmed.”
Reporters say Maxwell “hasn’t appeared publicly in months” and it’s unknown how she managed to file a legal claim against Epstein’s estate from the Congolese mine.
Hunter Biden purchased a 10 percent stake in the Chinese company that owned the Tenke Fungurume mine in 2017. He has since resigned from its board of directors, and his legal team said his shares have yet to pay dividends.