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The Brief: House Committee Unraveling Biden Corruption Schemes

Gregg is joined by Brett Tolman, former federal prosecutor who served as U.S. Attorney for Utah.

Hunter Biden
Hunter Biden

There is mounting evidence that Joe Biden not only knew about his son’s influence peddling schemes, but “the Big Guy” was an active participant who often met with Hunter’s clients and partners.

The House Oversight Committee discovered another encrypted message from the president’s son to a Chinese official who is linked to the Communist Party.  In it, Hunter demands $10 million and promising, “The Bidens are the best I know at doing exactly what the Chairman wants from this partnership.”

The best at what?  Selling access and promises of influence?  Acting in the best interests of America’s adversary?  Whatever they were selling, documents show that the Bidens banked tens of millions of dollars doing it.

Joe Biden continues to insist that he knew nothing about his son’s corrupt schemes to profit from his father’s powerful office as Vice President.  But the evidence belies Joe Biden’s claims.  Records, photographs, White House logs, and testimony from Hunter’s partners show that the father was involved.

Tracking the money trail has not been easy.  But the Oversight Committee is making progress unraveling the complex web of shell companies and LLCs that were employed to hide enormous sums of overseas cash transfers.

In addition to potential violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and the Foreign Agents Registration Act, the government was defrauded out of millions of dollars in unpaid taxes for which Hunter Biden will not be prosecuted.

Congress is duty-bound to investigate what appears to be a clear case of preferential treatment and political interference as described by whistleblowers.  Two Biden-appointed U.S. Attorneys reportedly blocked bringing charges against the president’s son in Washington D.C. and California.  At the same time, Attorney General Merrick Garland failed or refused to grant Delaware U.S. Attorney David Weiss the special counsel authority he should have been given long ago.

Don’t expect the truth from Garland, Weiss, or any of the Bidens.  They’ve been running a protection racket to cover-up suspected crimes.  And now they’re obstructing their obstruction game.

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