Pro-Trump PAC exposes 'Quid Pro Joe' on Times Square billboard

Joe Biden didn't earn the nickname "Quid Pro Joe" for nothin! A pro-Trump PAC has rented a billboard space that exposes Joe Biden in his own corruption and "quid pro quo" scenario as he literally tells someone that if they didn't do something, then they weren't getting the money.

Specifically, Joe Biden was "pressuring the Ukrainians to investigate Biden's son Hunter and his dealings with the Ukrainian gas firm Burisma, Joe Biden himself confessed to pressuring Ukraine to fire a prosecutor who was investigating Burisma" as per a report on PJ Media.

The PAC is called the Committee to Defend the President, and they plan to spend at least $40,000 to have the billboard stay up intil March 1. They also plan to spend at least $5,000 on Facebook ads to help notify people of the fancy new billboard that reveals why Joe Biden has the nickname "Quid Pro Joe" and a little taste of his corruption.

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Where exactly is this Joe Biden bashing billboard? "The billboard, located at 1500 Broadway and 43rd Street, is two-sided and both sides feature the video of Biden admitting to withholding aid to Ukraine until its government fired the prosecutor investigating his son's company."

If you're in Times Square looking up, or just reading the articles about it, then you'll see it wants people to visit their website,

Tyler O'Neil's report continued:

"The Biden family name is synonymous with corruption, especially in Ukraine," Ted Harvey, the committee's chairman, told PJ Media on Thursday. "Our goal is to educate Americans about the shady deals and ruthless power moves that ‘Quid Pro Joe’ executed on behalf of his son, Hunter, and at the expense of the Ukrainian government. The American people deserve to know the truth, and we are committed to sharing it with them."

Here's the real video clip, with sound, of Joe Biden.

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