According to Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley, fresh whistleblower documents have exposed Democrat Joe Biden, showing that he “was aware of Hunter Biden’s business arrangements and may have been involved in some of them.”
“Grassley, R-Iowa, sent a letter Monday morning to Attorney General Merrick Garland, FBI Director Christopher Wray and U.S. Attorney for Delaware David Weiss detailing new whistleblower allegations that the bureau is in possession of “significant, impactful and voluminous evidence concerning potential criminal conduct by Hunter Biden and James Biden.” Weiss has oversight of the Hunter Biden investigation,” Fox News reported, adding:
“Grassley said the FBI has a series of documents in its possession related to information on Mykola Zlochevsky, the owner of Ukrainian natural gas firm Burisma Holdings. Hunter Biden sat on the board of that company.”
After a 4-year investigation into his international business operations, The Washington Post has reported that federal officials may file charges against Hunter Biden for tax offenses and making a false statement over the purchase of a pistol.
David Weiss, the US attorney in Delaware that President Donald J. Trump appointed, is currently reviewing the matter to decide whether to file formal charges.
According to Bret Baier of Fox News, who cited the Washington Post piece in his report on a crucial development in the case:
“We are calling our sources right now to find out what we can about this story. But it’s interesting because the post says tax crimes, plural with an S, and a false statement related to a gun purchase. Although, as you know, Hunter Biden has not been charged with a crime, David Weiss, the US attorney in Delaware in Wilmington, Delaware, has quite a task ahead of him in deciding whether or not to indict a sitting president’s son.”
Whether to charge Hunter Biden would be up for debate. In order to prevent any potential conflicts of interest, President Joe Biden retained Wise on the payroll as a US attorney when he assumed office in January of 21. Lisa Monaco, Lisa Monaco’s deputy, and General Merrick Garland. These individuals are receiving information on the Hunter Biden probe.
About a month and a half ago, we reported on Fox News that the grand jury is considering possible charges against Hunter Biden. It’s possible that prosecutors went back to a new grand jury to provide fresh evidence in an effort to obtain charges, or it’s also possible that the current information provided by the Washington Post is based on the first grand jury. We are aware of this laptop, the fact that the FBI started looking into Hunter Biden in 2018, and the fact that Tony Bobulinsky appeared on Tucker Carlson a few days ago.
As a result, the Department of Justice, not the FBI, will eventually decide whether or not to charge Hunter Biden. The DOJ claims that they do not file charges against someone prior to an election, however this is not a stated policy, Baier added.
Fox News provided additional information, adding:
“Hunter Biden joined Burisma in April 2014 and reportedly connected the firm with consulting firm Blue Star Strategies to help the natural gas company fight corruption charges in Ukraine. During the time Hunter Biden was on the board of the company, Joe Biden was vice president and running U.S.-Ukraine relations and policy for the Obama administration. Grassley also pointed to a summary of an FBI interview with Hunter Biden’s ex-business partner Tony Bobulinski from Oct. 23, 2020, in which Bobulinski stated that Hunter and James Biden created a business arrangement with foreign nationals connected to the Chinese government while Joe Biden was vice president.”
According to the summary of Bobulinski’s interviews, the job “remained intentionally uncompensated while Joe Biden was vice president,” according to Grassley.
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
“After Joe Biden left the vice presidency, the summary makes clear that Hunter Biden and James Biden worked with CEFC and affiliated individuals to compensate them for that past work and benefits they procured for CEFC,” Grassley wrote, referring to the now-bankrupt Chinese conglomerate CEFC China Energy… CONTINUE READING…