Is Accountability for Hunter Biden's Checkered Past Approaching?

Written by Subject: Biden-Harris Deep Fake Administration

Is Accountability for Hunter Biden's Checkered Past Approaching?

by Stephen Lendman 

In September 2020, a damning report by the GOP-controlled Senate Homeland and Government Affairs and Finance Committees exposed dubious Hunter Biden's financial dealings. 

"(M)illions of dollars in questionable financial transactions between (the real JB's son Hunter), his associates and foreign individuals with ties to" China and Ukraine were revealed.

JB earlier pressured US-installed Ukrainian puppet, Petro Poroshenko, to fire Kiev's Prosecutor General, Viktor Shokin, from office for investigating Hunter's dubious dealings as a Ukrainian Burisma Holdings board member.

He was paid around $50,000 monthly to give the company access to the Obama/Biden regime's White House.

Burisma at the time was also accused of involvement in a UK money laundering operation.

JB threatened to withhold a US regime billion dollar loan guarantee to Kiev if Shokin wasn't sacked.

The former prosecutor general accused Biden of "directly manipulat(ing) the political leadership of Ukraine on false pretexts…" 

His blackmail threat got the probe of son Hunter's dubious involvement with Bursima dropped.

The GOP Senate report revealed "conflicts of interest arising from Hunter Biden accepting a position on the board of, and taking millions of dollars from, Burisma, a Ukrainian energy company with a longstanding reputation for corruption, while his father, (JB), was vice president and the public face of the Obama (regime's) handling of Ukraine policy."

Dirty dealings reflect longstanding Biden family practices.

As the saying goes, the apple doesn't fall far from the tree.

In 2020, Hunter Biden's emails obtained by the New York Post from his laptop were damning — revealing influence peddling for big bucks and other dirty dealings. 

The Washington Examiner earlier reported that Hunter "detailed (his illicit) drug and alcohol addiction(s), (what) contributed to his divorce and dismissal from the Navy Reserve."

He was also reportedly linked to an "Eastern European prostitution or human trafficking ring."

On October 6, WaPo reported the following:

"Federal agents investigating…Hunter (Biden) 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."

According to an October 9 Epoch Times report:

Hunter's attorney, Chris Clark, said "prosecutors in this case are diligently and thoroughly weighing not just evidence provided by agents, but also all other witnesses in this case, including witnesses for the defense," adding:

Delaware US attorney, David Weiss, a Trump appointee, will decide whether or not Hunter will be indicted.

"For months…rumors…suggest(ed) (that an indictment was) imminent."

It's unclear if it's related to his dubious dealings in China, Ukraine, perhaps elsewhere abroad or all of the above.

The probe into his sleazy affairs began in 2018.

According to WaPo:

"Agents determined months ago (that) they had assembled a viable criminal case against" Hunter.

If he wasn't the real JB's son, he'd have been doing hard time behind bars years ago.

According to a former JB associate, Tony Bobulinski, the real Biden was directly involved in Hunter's dubious overseas dealings — refuting false claims otherwise.

"There are hundreds of data points that (JB) was acting in — in a capitalistic term, I would say the chairman" of Hunter's dealings, Bobulinski stressed.

Yet he lied to the US public, falsely claiming that he had "zero knowledge" of Hunter's business deals.

Commenting on dubious dealings of JB and son Hunter, Law Professor Jonathan Turley said the following:

The fake Biden's "hot mic during a visit" to Florida after hurricane Ian caught him saying:

"No one f..ks with a Biden."

To date, no one laid a glove on the real JB, son Hunter or other family members — no matter how egregiously they breached the rule of law.

Hunter's "crimes were well established years ago," Turley explained.

So why only now is an indictment or plea bargain possibly imminent.

Along with false statements on a gun registration form, there's no ambiguity about his addiction to illicit drugs and alcohol.

Hard evidence also proved his failure to "pay taxes on millions from his foreign business dealings (and) alleged influence-peddling schemes…"

"(A) Hollywood lawyer reportedly paid off as much as $2 million in delinquent taxes on his behalf recently."

"The FBI has had Hunter's infamous abandoned laptop since 2019, detailing payments from foreign sources and gifts or benefits, including a diamond."

"Yet the long (dragged out) investigation (helped) the Bidens as well as (undemocratic Dems by) pushing any indictment beyond 2020 and, most likely, (passed) 2022 midterm elections" next month. 

Why wasn't an independent special counsel appointed to handle this case and conclude it much earlier, Turley asked?

In cahoots with the Biden family, AG Garland refused to take this step.

"Even if the (DOJ declines to press) charges linked to foreign money transfers or influence-peddling, there is the obvious omission of charges under the Foreign Agent Registration Act (FARA)," Turley explained, adding:

"The Justice Department used FARA aggressively in past prosecutions, (including against) Trump associate Paul Manafort."

Separately, "why did sources at the FBI…leak" information about a possible imminent indictment of Hunter?

Perhaps it's to avoid a congressional probe, what Republicans promised if gain control over the House or Senate in next month's midterms.

There's plenty to hold Hunter — the real JB and White House imposter — accountable for.

"(V)ideos and emails (on Hunter's) laptop (include evidence of) a wide array of alleged criminal acts," said Turley — enough to imprison him for years.

Even though US attorney, David Weiss, "is a respected prosecutor…why (was Hunter's case) suddenly downgraded from a Category 5 hurricane to a tropical storm," Turley asked?