Joe Biden used his power to get his granddaughter into the University of Pennsylvania

We all know about stories in recent years involving parents who use their influence and money to get their children into top tier universities. Those people often find themselves in deep legal trouble. They aren't allowed to get away with it. But that's not the case with the Biden family. It seems like they get away with everything.

President Joe Biden, once again, is behaving like he's above the law.

Recent reports reveal that Biden used his influence to pressure the University of Pennsylvania to admit his granddaughter.

Following his granddaughter's admission, Biden appointed the president of the university to a plum ambassadorship.

"Last week, in reaction to the Supreme Court’s decision on racial preferences in college admissions, Biden denounced 'practices like legacy admissions and other systems that expand privilege instead of opportunity,'" reported Breitbart.

However, Biden himself specifically used those practices to secure a place at the University of Pennsylvania for Maisy Biden, Hunter Biden's daughter.

"Penn is also home to the Penn-Biden center in Washington, D.C., which has been at the center of controversies involving Biden’s storage of classified documents and his family’s courting of foreign donors as they have pursued overseas business deals," according to Breitbart.

The Washington Free Beacon reported:

In 2018, Hunter Biden tapped his father and a number of Biden family connections to help get his daughter into the University of Pennsylvania. Text messages and emails from Hunter Biden’s laptop, reviewed by the Washington Free Beacon, show how Joe and Hunter Biden worked behind the scenes to get a subpar family member into one of the most selective schools in the country.

Maisy Biden’s college admissions process could raise a number of uncomfortable questions for the president. The saga highlights exactly the kind of 'legacy admissions' Biden has slammed. The story also highlights the Biden family’s occasionally shady dealings with the University of Pennsylvania just as congressional Republicans are probing alleged ethical misconduct by both Joe and Hunter Biden.

According to Breitbart, "In July 2021, President Joe Biden nominated [University of Pennsylvania President] Amy Gutmann to serve as his ambassador to Germany. The Senate confirmed Gutmann’s nomination with a 54-42 vote in January 2022."

"The relationship between Penn and the Bidens was so close that Hunter Biden imagined that he could use his father’s influence to secure a teaching post there — even while he was still on drugs," the Free Beacon noted.