Biden had deep ties with one of the wealthiest families in his small home state: the du Pont clan, founders of the international chemical company headquartered in Wilmington. Biden had recruited top staffers from the firm, served in Congress alongside a du Pont, and even bought a mansion built by the family. – Norman Spector
As the media spotlight intensifies on President Joe Biden in the run-up to the 2024 election, the Washington Post recently delved into a lesser-known connection between the Bidens and the influential du Pont family. The focus was on a 2001 incident where then-Senator Biden gained entry into the exclusive Fieldstone Golf Club in Wilmington, Delaware, founded by a du Pont heiress. Continued below this fast clip
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In a move that seemingly contradicted his “Middle-Class Joe” persona and modest financial standing, Biden joined the prestigious Fieldstone Golf Club, symbolizing wealth and influence. This decision raised eyebrows, showcasing a politician advocating for working-class values while aligning himself with the state’s affluent du Pont family, known for their chemical company empire.
“…it seems appropriate to revisit a controversial 2009 plea deal offered by then-Attorney General Beau Biden to a du Pont heir accused of raping his own daughter when she was a toddler.” From a WaPo article about Biden’s connections to the DuPonts in Delaware. pic.twitter.com/w4DCPlDpbA
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Biden’s association with the du Ponts extended beyond social circles, permeating his staffing choices, political alliances, and personal real estate investments. The acquisition of a mansion built by a du Pont member underscored this deep integration.
However, Biden’s entry into the Fieldstone Golf Club prompted a brief FBI investigation in 2007. The inquiry focused on how Biden secured his membership, specifically examining the use of an “unused” ticket from a company owned by the club’s founder, potentially bypassing a significant partnership fee. The FBI investigation, which involved photographing Biden’s personal locker at the club, concluded without any allegations of wrongdoing. The White House, in response to inquiries, dismissed the suggestions, stating that President Biden was fully responsible for all costs associated with the golf club.
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This story unveils the delicate balance Biden navigated between his public identity as a relatable politician and his private interactions with Delaware’s elite. While projecting an image as a defender of middle-class interests, Biden actively sought inclusion in the state’s upper echelons, epitomized by his association with the du Ponts and membership at Fieldstone.
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For someone with Biden’s blue-collar background, rising into the same social circles as the du Ponts was a noteworthy accomplishment. Joseph Hurley, a Wilmington attorney who grew up with Biden, emphasized the significance of such a move, noting the du Ponts as the epitome of a “king’s-family type thing.”
Biden often highlighted the du Pont family’s longstanding role in Delaware in his family story. He underscored the economic stability brought by well-paid DuPont employees when his father moved the family from Scranton, PA, to a Wilmington suburb.
Despite this, Biden’s memoir recalls his mother urging him to take pride in his heritage, reinforcing that he was a Biden and equal to everyone, dismissing any notions of inferiority. However, he couldn’t help but envy the position and power of those associated with the DuPont company.
Biden’s 1972 election to the Senate further intertwined his career with the du Ponts. His close adviser, Ted Kaufman, had previously worked for DuPont as a plastics engineer, and in 1974, Biden purchased a mansion built by a du Pont family member in Greenville, Del., named “the Station.” Continued below the Goldco Ad
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The Biden-du Pont connection, exemplified by his golf club membership, raises questions about potential influences and reciprocal favors within these elite circles. One such instance worth revisiting is the controversial 2009 plea deal offered by then-Attorney General Beau Biden to a du Pont heir accused of raping his toddler daughter.
The lenient plea deal offered to Robert H. Richards IV, who admitted to fourth-degree rape of his 3-year-old daughter, sparked public outrage. Beau Biden defended the decision in 2014, citing case weaknesses, but skepticism persisted due to the family’s history with the du Ponts. This leniency, compared to harsher sentences for less privileged offenders, highlights potential biases within the judicial system influenced by socio-economic status and connections.
The link between the Bidens and the du Ponts, established through Joe Biden’s golf club membership, suggests a narrative of mutual benefits and unwritten understandings among Delaware’s elite. While there’s no concrete evidence of a direct link, the timing and context of these relationships paint a picture of intersecting interests and shared spaces between powerful families.
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Major Points Discussed:
- In 2001, Senator Joe Biden joined the exclusive Fieldstone Golf Club in Wilmington, Delaware, founded by a du Pont heiress, raising questions about his alignment with the affluent du Pont family despite his “Middle-Class Joe” image.
- Biden’s connection with the du Ponts went beyond social interactions, influencing his staffing choices, political alliances, and real estate investments, showcasing a deep integration with the influential family.
- The FBI briefly investigated Biden’s entry into the Fieldstone Golf Club in 2007, examining the use of an “unused” ticket potentially bypassing a partnership fee. The investigation concluded without allegations of wrongdoing.
- Biden’s delicate balance between projecting a relatable public image and engaging with Delaware’s elite, as exemplified by his association with the du Ponts, highlights the complexity of his interactions with the state’s upper echelons.
- The story also brings attention to a controversial 2009 plea deal by then-Attorney General Beau Biden, offered to a du Pont heir accused of raping his toddler daughter, raising questions about potential biases within the judicial system based on socio-economic status and connections.
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- So! Biden has links with Delaware Billionaires, the DuPont family Beau Biden as Attorney General arranged for a DuPont heir accused of raping his daughter when she was a toddler to get a lenient deal Bidens daughter has also alluded to family paedophilia! – Jane B
- In particular, it seems appropriate to revisit a controversial 2009 plea deal offered by then-Attorney General Beau Biden to a du Pont heir accused of raping his own daughter when she was a toddler – Jerod K
- “…it seems appropriate to revisit a controversial 2009 plea deal offered by then-Attorney General Beau Biden to a du Pont heir accused of raping his own daughter when she was a toddler.” From a WaPo article about Biden’s connections to the DuPonts in Delaware. – French Resister
- Biden had deep ties with one of the wealthiest families in his small home state: the du Pont clan, founders of the international chemical company headquartered in Wilmington. Biden had recruited top staffers from the firm, served in Congress alongside a du Pont, and even bought a mansion built by the family. Then came a new opportunity: a membership at the new golf club, which was founded by a du Pont heiress, which offered Biden access to a highflying part of Delaware society that otherwise may have been closed off to him — one that he’s continued enjoying to this day, with records showing he has visited Fieldstone at least 22 times as president, most recently playing a round and dining there in August… A firm controlled by Mosely had given Biden entrance to the club without the usual upfront partnership fee, according to minutes of the meeting obtained by The Washington Post, which could cost around $34,000. The minutes say her company transferred to him an “unused” ticket for entree, while noting he did have to pay membership dues and other fees… As a result, for about one month in 2007, the FBI investigated whether Biden, then a senator, had received a monetary benefit — and whether he should have disclosed that, according to two individuals with direct knowledge of the previously unreported inquiry, which went so far as to snap photos of Biden’s personal locker at the club. They spoke on the condition of anonymity to discuss an investigation. It was closed without surfacing allegations of wrongdoing by either Biden or Moseley, who died in 2016. This previously untold story behind the investigation casts new light on how Biden has navigated his twin personas — as a penny pinching politico in a Congress full of multimillionaires, and as a striving Delawarean who spent much of his life viewing the du Ponts as privileged lodestars – Norman Spector
- How did Joe Biden come to own the DuPont mansion in his second year of being in Washington? Remember average Joe was so poor he had to ride the train to work ! Wonder what he did for the DuPont family ?
- Joe Biden purchased this mansion owned by the Dupont family in 1974, soon after getting elected to the US Senate. How do you suppose someone making $44,000 a year could afford to buy a such an estate like this? I think this was a foretelling of things to come.
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