Connection Between Joe Biden and The Atlantic Surfaces: Biden Megadonor Is Majority Owner of Magazine That Trashed Trump

The Bombshell allegations against President Trump made by The Atlantic have sent shockwaves through Washington DC and New York media circles.

Multiple Trump staffers have denied the allegations that Trump trashed our dead war heroes and even John Bolton said he never heard it either although he wasn’t always around Trump.

Trump for one believes John Kelly is the leaker and it really only can be Kelly, Mattis, or Dunford.

In a way not knowing is better for Trump because the last thing he needs in the final weeks of a campaign is a nasty fight with four-star generals.

That said, The Daily Caller did some digging, and they found some odd connections with Joe Biden and The Atlantic.

It seems one of Biden’s mega-donors owns the Atlantic. From The Daily Caller:

The Atlantic’s majority owner has donated over $1.2 million to Democratic candidates and political committees since 2019 while reportedly keeping in close contact with the magazine’s editor-in-chief, who published an anonymously-sourced story Thursday alleging that President Donald Trump denigrated fallen American soldiers.

Billionaire philanthropist Laurene Powell Jobs, the widow of former Apple CEO Steve Jobs, obtained a 70% stake in The Atlantic in 2017 through her firm, the Emerson Collective.

In November, she further solidified her control over the magazine after its longtime chairman, David Bradley, said he was going to step away from management, according to Politico.

Politico noted in its report that Powell Jobs communicates often with The Atlantic’s editor-in-chief Jeffrey Goldberg.

Powell Jobs contributed $2,800 to former Vice President Joe Biden’s primary campaign in October, and in June she divvied out an additional $610,600 to the Biden Victory Fund.

She’s also provided maxed out donations to at least 66 other Democratic politicians since the start of 2019, all the while providing nothing to Republican candidates, according to Federal Election Commission records.