Looks like the White House is being walloped by one crisis after another, right in time for the midterm elections.
As reported by The Washington Post, it appears that the investigation into Hunter Biden is intensifying, especially as the president’s son may well face charges in the future for his overseas treachery.
“Federal agents investigating President Biden’s son Hunter have gathered what they believe is sufficient evidence to charge him with tax crimes and a false statement related to a gun purchase, according to people familiar with the case. The next step is for the U.S. Attorney in Delaware, a Trump administration holdover, to decide on whether to file such charges, these people said,” the news publication reported.
Pretty ironic, really.
Publications like The Washington Post go from declaring Hunter Biden’s laptop is “Russian disinformation” to admitting that Mr. Hunter may well be facing charges after all, due to content on his laptop.
It appears that one of Hunter Biden’s overworked attorneys, Chris Clark, was not at all pleased by the report released by the news media publication, as evidenced by the rather blistering response he issued.
“It is a federal felony for a federal agent to leak information about a Grand Jury investigation such as this one. Any agent you cite as a source in your article apparently has committed such a felony,” Clark said angrily.
Oh, all of the sudden Biden associates are concerned about felonies.
Too bad they weren’t so concerned when Hunter was cutting incredibly dangerous deals.
“We expect the Department of Justice will diligently investigate and prosecute such bad actors. As is proper and legally required, we believe the prosecutors in this case are diligently and thoroughly weighing not just evidence provided by agents, but also all the other witnesses in this case, including witnesses for the defense. That is the job of the prosecutors. They should not be pressured, rushed, or criticized for doing their job,” Clark continued.
Right. Well, one thing is for sure: They are clearly going to face pressure in some form or another to not charge Hunter, especially not before the midterm elections.
In many ways, Hunter’s compromised devices serve as the gifts that keep on giving, which is fairly evident in several messages.
For instance, Hunter all but admitted that the current president forced him to pay over quite a bit from his overseas deals, which was evident in complaints to his daughter Naomi in January 2019.
“I hope you all can do what I did and pay for everything for this entire family for 30 years. It’s really hard. But don’t worry, unlike pop, I won’t make you give me half your salary,” Hunter wrote at the time.
Apparently, “The Big Guy” would increase his take up to 50 percent at times.
In December 2020, Hunter released a terse statement admitting that he was under tax investigation, though he expressed alleged confidence he would be exonerated.
“I take this matter very seriously, but I am confident that a professional and objective review of these matters will demonstrate that I handled my affairs legally and appropriately, including with the benefit of professional tax advisors,” Hunter asserted.
One thing is for sure: The president’s son clearly didn’t handle his overseas obligations “legally and appropriately,” especially considering the chaos on the world stage now.
Author: Jane Jones