DOJ ‘Won’t Charge’ Hunter Biden: In a shocking revelation, Fox News contributor Andy McCarthy has declared that the Justice Department is “scared to death” when it comes to charging Hunter Biden for alleged gun-related felonies and tax evasion.
McCarthy, a former Assistant U.S. Attorney, went on record during an appearance on Fox News on Monday to make the bombshell allegations. He contended that the disappearance of the case against the President’s son was “exhibit A” of a sinister “Biden scheme” at play.
“They got this guy dead to rights on a 10-year gun felony and tax evasion charges, and they’re afraid to charge him,” McCarthy, who himself has McCarthy has a background in prosecuting cases related to terrorism and national security, went on.
“They won’t charge him. The case is disappearing. The statute of limitations is running, but they’re scared to death to charge him because they don’t want to charge Joe Biden‘s son. They are afraid to do it. They’re being told it would be career suicide to pull the trigger on a case like that. This is exactly what access to Joe Biden is. This is why people were willing to pay millions of dollars to get it. That’s what the scheme was,” McCarthy stressed.
‘Damning’ Bank Subpoenas
These remarks come amid escalating tensions surrounding the Biden family, with Kentucky Rep. James Comer leading the charge in investigating alleged influence peddling.
Comer accused legal teams, banks, and government agencies of forming a unified front to thwart Republican efforts to uncover the truth. He minced no words, asserting that email evidence implicates President Biden and Hunter Biden in an influence-peddling scheme “without a shadow of a doubt.”
Comer, who is spearheading the investigation into alleged Biden influence peddling, believes that forthcoming bank records subpoenas could provide even more damning information about Joe Biden’s involvement in these contested deals.
Comer’s recent demand for the National Archives and Records Administration to release unredacted emails involving then-Vice President Biden and Hunter Biden in relation to Ukraine and Burisma has further fueled speculation.
“I think we gave them five business days,” Comer said. “So, somewhere around Wednesday of this week will be the deadline. We expect the National Archives to cooperate with our investigation. We don’t need to prove the purpose of this investigation. I think everybody knows now.”
In a transcribed interview before the House Oversight Committee, Devon Archer, a central figure in the Hunter Biden controversy, shed light on the dynamics of leveraging then-Vice President Joe Biden’s reputation to advance foreign business ventures.
Archer’s testimony, obtained by Fox News, reveals how Hunter Biden capitalized on his father’s standing for “defensive leverage” and “the right signals” to business partners. He also said Hunter Biden would take phone calls with his father during business meeting.
Some Republican leaders consider the evidence leading to Biden as the “big guy” referred to by several of Hunter Biden’s associates in key emails. This suggests he may have been involved in his son’s business dealings, namely in China and Ukraine.
‘Clear’ Hunter Biden Broke Law
Earlier this month Democrat Congressman Jim Himes, said it is “clear” Hunter Biden broke the law, following the collapse of his plea deal over tax misdemeanors.
“It is clear that he broke the law with respect to taxes and possibly the ownership of a handgun. He should be held accountable for that,” he went on.
Georgia Gilholy is a journalist based in the United Kingdom who has been published in Newsweek, The Times of Israel, and the Spectator. Gilholy writes about international politics, culture, and education.
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