The Hunter Biden investigation has turned up evidence of corruption so blatant that not even mainstream outlets like CBS News can ignore it any more.
Veteran journalist Catherine Herridge, formerly of Fox News, has turned up evidence that federal authorities flagged more than 150 bank transactions from Hunter Biden and James Biden as suspicious activity. She reports:
“CBS News has learned that more than 150 transactions involving either Hunter or James Biden’s global business affairs were flagged as concerning by U.S. banks for further review,” Herridge reported. “Some of those concerns included large wire transfers.”
“After a nearly three-year investigation, Republican Senator Chuck Grassley told CBS News he believes the president’s younger brother James was instrumental in Hunter Biden’s Chinese business ventures,” she continued.
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“In our interview. Grassley did not allege the Bidens broke the law, but he said it’s concerning that both Hunter and James Biden were promised retainers for their China work totaling $165,000 a month in 2017,” Herridge said.
CBS News revealed a 2019 subpoena that showed federal investigators also sought Hunter and James Biden’s business records from a major U.S. bank dating back to 2014, as part of a separate probe by the U.S. attorney in Delaware into possible violations of tax and foreign lobbying laws.
As reported earlier, there is evidence that his father, the believed “Big Guy” in a Hunter Biden email, took at least “ten percent” of his cut, and potentially as much as “half” his salary.
Peter Schweizer, who details the presidential son’s Chinese activities in his book “Red Handed,” believes now that all signs point to Hunter Biden’s federal indictment.
In an interview with Maria Bartiromo on March 20th, he explained why:
“Hunter’s legal team cooperation indicate the president’s son is about to be indicted,” Schweizer claimed.
Amid the mounting pressure on Hunter Biden, a whistleblower has come forward in an interview to the Daily Mail, stating that he has “450 gigabytes of erased material” from Hunter Biden’s laptop. In it are believed to be 80,000 images and videos, never-before-seen in public, that will shock even those who have seen the initial files released from the “laptop from hell.”
Jack Maxey, a former colleague of Steve Bannon, sat down with the Daily Mail for an interview on what is in the “erased” files on Hunter Biden’s laptop. Watch:
It is in light of these striking developments that Democrats on the House Oversight and Reform Committee denied the motion from Republicans on Tuesday to subpoena Hunter Biden.
“Democrats just denied our motion to subpoena Hunter Biden,” the GOP members of the committee tweeted. “They refuse to hold Hunter accountable for his shady business dealings that make us more dependent on China for renewable energy. It’s past time for accountability.”
Rep. Andy Biggs had issued the motion to subpoena the president’s son as a witness because of what he referred to as his “invaluable” expertise on cobalt mining.
“I just made a motion to subpoena Hunter Biden as a witness for the House Oversight and Reform Committee’s hearing on electrifying [USPS],” Biggs tweeted. “Hunter sold a U.S. cobalt mine to a Chinese company. Cobalt is necessary for electric car production. Hunter’s expertise is invaluable!”
“Wow,” Biggs tweeted after his motion was shot down. “Democrats just denied my motion to subpoena Hunter. They continue to protect him at any cost. I guess Democrats are ok with his shady business dealings.”