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Unlike President Donald Trump’s family and associates, Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden’s family and associates refuse to cooperate with Senate investigators, according to the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs.
On Saturday investigative reporter Catherine Herridge released a press release from the committee detailing all the “outstanding requests to the Biden family and their associates” that have thus far gone unanswered.
“To date, Devon Archer, James Gilliar, John Sandweg, Eric Schwerin and Rob Walker have not been responsive to our letters and emails. Attorneys for Hunter and James Biden have refused to cooperate with the committees,” the release reads.
Devon Archer, James Gilliar, John Sandweg, Eric Schwerin and Rob Walker are former business associates of Biden’s scandal-plagued son, Hunter Biden, and James Biden is Biden’s brother. Both Hunter and James are currently under federal investigation.
View the press release below:
#HunterBiden Senators @ChuckGrassley @SenRonJohnson “Attorneys for Hunter + James Biden have refused to cooperate with the committees. It should be noted that, collectively, President Trump’s family + associates produced documents + agreed to appear at interviews…” @CBSNews pic.twitter.com/tjQ3xuLEr3
— Catherine Herridge (@CBS_Herridge) December 12, 2020
The statement continued by noting that the president’s family had been far more forthcoming during the Russian collusion delusion hoax and conspiracy theory investigation, and despite that investigation later being found to be based on a lie.
“It should be noted that, collectively, President Trump’s family and associates produced documents and agreed to appear at interviews with a number of congressional committees,” the press release reads.
“It would be nice, and in the public’s interest, if the Biden family and their associates would be equally cooperative with the Senate, the American people we represent, and the mainstream media that has now joined our long interest in these crucial matters.”
— Josef (@Josef86735145) May 16, 2019
After a roughly four-month blackout of all the emerging information about Hunter’s scandalous business dealings in particular, the media finally jumped on the story this week after Hunter himself revealed that he’s under federal investigation.
The timing seemed suspicious, given as this was the same week that the safe harbor deadline — which it seems codified the 2020 election victory of Hunter’s father, Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden — finally arrived.
It’s as if Hunter waited until his father formally clinched the election — though to be clear, the election still remains contested — before addressing the elephant in the room.
WE HAVE JUST BEGUN TO FIGHT!!!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) December 12, 2020
After Hunter made the announcement, the media finally began investigating and confirmed via insider sources that federal authorities have indeed been scrutinizing the younger Biden’s finances over “potential money laundering” and “foreign ties”
The Senate meanwhile jumped on the matter as early as last spring and subsequently released a report in September documenting “the conflicts of interest and foreign financial entanglements of the Biden family,” including Hunter and his uncle, James.
The report listed numerous examples of Hunter in particular receiving “wife transfers” from and establishing “business associates” with shady parties in Ukraine and China.
View the report below:
“The records acquired by the Committees show consistent, significant and extensive financial connections among and between Hunter Biden, James Biden, Sara Biden, Devon Archer, and Chinese nationals connected to the Communist regime and PLA as well as other foreign nationals with questionable backgrounds,” the report reads.
“These connections and the vast amount of money transferred among and between them don’t just raise conflicts of interest concerns, they raise criminal financial, counterintelligence and extortion concerns. The Committees will continue to evaluate the evidence in their possession.”
Many questions regarding Hunter’s activities still remain unanswered.
“I learned yesterday for the first time that the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Delaware advised my legal counsel, also yesterday, that they are investigating my tax affairs,” he himself said in a statement published Wednesday.
“I take this matter very seriously but I am confident that a professional and objective review of these matters will demonstrate that I handled my affairs legally and appropriately, including with the benefit of professional tax advisors.”
But it was later learned that he’d downplayed the reality of the situation.
“The federal investigation into President-elect Joe Biden’s son Hunter has been more extensive than a statement from Hunter Biden indicates, according to a person with firsthand knowledge of the investigation,” Politico confirmed.
“In addition to Delaware, the securities fraud unit in the Southern District of New York also scrutinized Hunter Biden’s finances, according to the person with direct knowledge of the investigation.”
Investigators in Delaware and Washington are also reportedly “probing potential money laundering and Hunter Biden’s foreign ties,” while investigators in Pennsylvania are “conducting a criminal investigation of a hospital business in which Joe Biden’s brother James was involved.”
— Bo Snerdley (@BoSnerdley) December 10, 2020
Answers would be nice, but unlike Trump’s family and associates — who were relentlessly bashed despite apparently working with the Senate — it appears Biden’s family and associates don’t intend to provide any … for now.
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