Joe and Hunter Biden have a lot of explaining to do after the Senate released its finding in its investigation into Hunter Biden’s business dealings while daddy was in office.
Among the revelations, Hunter Biden’s firm received an investment of $3.5 million from a powerful Russian, but that is only the beginning. It gets MUCH worse.
Optics are Bad
Joe Biden will defend this by saying his son did nothing illegal.
Technically, that may be the case, but the optics on this are horrific.
If it is not illegal for family members of the most powerful politicians to get rich off their family’s powerful connections, shame on our lawmakers, but that still does not make it right.
In this case, the individual that wrote the check for Hunter had already been forced to leave Russia due to a corruption investigation.
The report stated, “In addition, a Russian investigation led to a criminal case against the former head of the Bank of Moscow, Andrey Borodin, who ‘allegedly used money from the Moscow City Budget to lend money to shell companies, which ultimately transferred $443 million to Baturina.’”
Another section of the report links Hunter Biden to payments being made to a human trafficking/prostitution ring.
This is about as explosive as it gets and it must be addressed by the media and Joe Biden.
Democrats can call this a political hit job by the Senate all they want but that will not change the fact Joe Biden helped Hunter get rich and that Hunter Biden’s character is about a half a step up from the lowest form of life on earth.
Joe Biden is the one that made this election about family values, morality, and character, so let him explain why his son was allegedly buying prostitutes, a drug addict, and getting rich off his political connections.
You can read the full report on HSGAC.Senate.GOV.
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