Today’s news from Washington is shocking. The government has enough proof to convict Hunter Biden. They have had it for several months.
The federal government, specifically the FBI (I know, right? shocker), has evidence in the form of undisclosed money related to Hunter’s international business transactions and falsifying a firearm application.
The current president, Hunter’s father, has consistently claimed that he is unaware of his son’s international business dealings. Which is obviously a bunch of horse crap.
The disclosure of President Biden’s voicemail from 2018 on Hunter Biden’s business dealings in China, according to legal experts, raises concerns about the federal investigation against the first son. Republican lawmakers are pledging House hearings at the same time.
Jim Trusty, a former prosecutor with the Justice Department, claims that the case represents “a huge integrity test” for the FBI and the Attorney General.
“Will they walk away from powerful evidence? Will they come up with a soft plea — like a tax charge — that does not remotely capture the actual wrongdoing?” He queried.
“Or will they treat Hunter Biden like any other white-collar defendant in the federal system?”
The most recent news has some of that as its subject. Will the federal government bring charges against Hunter, or will they protect him because of his father?
“Emails, text messages, and photographs published by DailyMail.com are among a wealth of evidence that prosecutors could use at trial if Hunter Biden is charged with tax crimes and lying on gun purchase documents,” according to the Daily Mail.
The FBI believes it has enough evidence to charge Hunter Biden with failure to declare income from his foreign business deals and a failure to declare he was a drug addict on a gun application, sources told The Washington Post Thursday.
Agents told the Post they assembled enough evidence for a criminal case against the First Son ‘months ago’ – and the decision to charge now lies with federal prosecutors.
The agents claim they have sufficient proof that Hunter failed to declare income from his overseas business dealings to the IRS.
Hunter stated that he did not use illegal narcotics in a firearm application. However, Hunter later acknowledged that he was truly a crack addict at the time he applied for the gun in a memoir he published.
Since 2019, the FBI has had access to telling emails, secret texts, and images from Hunter’s laptop that he “never intended to fall into law enforcement hands” and left in a computer show.
Some of the devastating evidence is revealed in the most recent report;
The Mail reports that “On October 12, 2018 Hunter bought a .38 caliber handgun from StarQuest Shooters & Survival Supply in Wilmington, Delaware.”
‘Are you an unlawful user of, or addicted to, marijuana or any depressant, stimulant, narcotic drug, or any other controlled substance?’ asks the nationally required Firearm Transaction Record for the transaction, which DailyMail.com was able to get.
Hunter selected the “No” checkbox.
However, he acknowledged his ongoing “full-blown addiction” at the time in his memoir, Beautiful Things, and by doing so, it appeared that he was admitting to the crime of lying on the handgun form.
‘I had returned [to the East Coast] that fall of 2018, after my most recent relapse in California, with the hope of getting clean through a new therapy and reconciling with Hallie. Neither happened,’ He stated in the 2021 autobiography.
He promised to attend routine ketamine therapy sessions as part of his recovery program, but smoked crack all the while.
Hunter stated in his book that the consequences of the therapy were “disastrous.” ‘I backslid. I did exactly what I’d come to Massachusetts to stop doing. I’d stay clean for a week, break away from the center to meet a connection I found in Rhode Island, smoke up, then return.
‘One thing I did remarkably well during that time was fool people about whether or not I was using. Between trips up there, I even bought clean urine from a dealer in New York to pass drug tests.
‘I doubt much good comes from doing ketamine while you’re on crack.’
Politico was able to obtain a copy of Hunter’s Firearms Transaction Record (FTR) as well as a receipt for the sale in 2021.
Lying on a firearm application is a felony that carries a maximum sentence of 10 years in jail and a staggering fine of $250,000.
The Mail reports that “Potential charges for alleged undeclared income may focus on his work for allegedly corrupt Ukrainian gas company Burisma, his deals with Chinese financial firms and Beijing-backed oil giant CEFC, or his business schemes hatched with oligarchs from Russia, Kazakhstan and other Eastern European magnates.”
Emails and documents found on Hunter’s laptop reveal that between 2013 and 2018, he made at least $11 million from his international business dealings; the amount he earned from Chinese companies alone is thought to have reached $31 million.
On Hunter’s abandoned laptop, a bank statement from August 2017 reveals a wire transfer of $5 million to a Hudson West III account tied to Hunter in his deal with CEFC.