Joe Biden attended a fundraiser Monday hosted by Reid Hoffman, the LinkedIn billionaire and top Democrat donor with ties to the late pedophile Jeffrey Epstein.
The California fundraiser for the Biden Victory Fund was at the home of philanthropist Shannon Hunt-Scott and her husband Kevin Scott, a Microsoft executive.
The Wall Street Journal reported in May that Hoffman visited Epstein's notorious "pedophile island" once in 2014 -- after Epstein was already registered as a sex offender.
The purpose of the visit was to secure funding for the Massachusetts Insitute of Technology (MIT), former MIT Media Lab Director Joi Ito, who joined Hoffman on the trip, said.
But the visit has raised eyebrows given the depraved acts that are alleged to have taken place on the island, where Epstein and his friends are believed to have raped and trafficked underage girls.
Hoffman blamed his "personal misjudgment" for taking the trip and said he "relied on MIT's endorsement." However, Hoffman had planned to visit the island once more with Ito in 2014 before traveling with Epstein, then a known sex offender, to Boston, the Journal reported.
Hoffman also had plans to stay overnight at Epstein's Manhattan house of horrors and go to breakfast the next morning with Bill Gates and Epstein.
"It gnaws me that, by lending my association, I helped his reputation, and thus delayed justice for his survivors,” Hoffman told the Wall Street Journal.
Hoffman was mentioned in the Wall Street Journal as one of the names on Epstein's calendar, which included details of meetings -- after Epstein was already a registered sex offender -- with powerful elites like Bill Gates, Noam Chomsky, and Woody Allen.
Biden's current CIA director William Burns was also included.
“The Director did not know anything about him, other than that he was introduced as an expert in the financial services sector and offered general advice on transition to the private sector,” a CIA spokesperson said.
Ironically, Hoffman fundraised the sexual assault case against Donald Trump in New York from a woman who claimed Trump raped her in a crowded department store on some unknown date in the 1990s.
The accuser, E. Jean Carroll, won her case against Trump last month and is looking to sue him again.