Attorney General Says No Interference Allowed in Case Against the Biden Family

Attorney General Says No Interference Allowed in Case Against the Biden Family

Attorney General Delivers HUGE BLOW To Biden Family

( – In December 2020, President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter Biden, acknowledged he was under federal investigation for tax fraud and overseas business dealings. The New York Post reported in late 2020 that a laptop belonging to Hunter contained communications and documents revealing the Biden family’s business dealings in China and Ukraine. New revelations are leading to more questions regarding if the president was truthful when he repeatedly stated he didn’t know anything about his son’s financial dealings.

On Tuesday, April 26, the Senate Appropriations Committee met with US Attorney General Merrick Garland. As part of the proceedings, the committee asked him to update them about the federal investigation into Hunter Biden. The AG defended the Justice Department’s investigation and said it didn’t warrant the appointment of a special counsel.

Garland Says No Political Interference Is Allowed

Sen. Bill Hagerty (R-TN) questioned Garland on whether or not the Department of Justice (DOJ) could remain unbiased in the investigation of President Biden’s son. The Tennessee senator said White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain, White House Communications Director Kate Bedingfield, and others have said the president is confident his son didn’t do anything wrong. Hagerty asked: If Biden influenced his team to believe that his family did nothing wrong, how could Americans feel confident that the DOJ is conducting a serious investigation into the president and his son?

Garland replied that the DOJ put the investigation into the hands of a Trump-appointed prosecutor in Delaware. Additionally, the AG said he would ensure the Justice Department remained independent from any White House influence in criminal matters.

Was President Biden Involved With His Son’s Business Dealings?

Hagerty proceeded to ask the attorney general if he had a reason to dispute evidence that the president may have benefited financially from Hunter’s business dealings. The senator cited a report that Hunter’s business partner Eric Swain visited the White House at least 19 times while Biden served as Obama’s vice president, as well as prior reports about his son’s financial role within the Biden family.

Garland refused to answer Hagerty’s question and said that a special counsel was not needed despite assertions otherwise by Hagerty and Sen. Mike Braun (R-IN). The attorney general said any discussions about a special counsel are internal within the DOJ. He added that he wouldn’t make a judgment one way or the other; Garland said he was very comfortable with the US attorney in Delaware conducting the investigation.

The media believes that Hunter Biden is under investigation by a US attorney in Delaware for potential tax fraud, money laundering, and unregistered lobbying for foreign clients.

Is there more to the story? Probably, but only time will tell.

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