Hunter Biden Indicted on Tax Evasion Charges

( – Robert “Hunter” Biden, son of President Joe Biden, finds himself facing a second criminal indictment in federal court, this time in the Central District of California. He has been accused of filing false tax returns and failing to pay taxes for both himself and one of his businesses, Owasco, PC.

Wayward Son

According to the indictment, the first son allegedly spent four years (2016-2019 inclusive) essentially ignoring the duty placed on every other American regarding their federal taxes. Because of the evidence presented to the grand jury, they found the accusations plausible enough to return an indictment on three felony and six misdemeanor charges.

Even though the mainstream media and 51 former intelligence officials managed to fool the nation regarding the accuracy of the information found on the hard drive from Hunter Biden’s laptop, if the allegations presented by prosecutors are accurate, it would seem that those chickens have come home to roost. The current charges show a litany of things that he allegedly spent a massive amount of money on, which were detailed in what should have been the 2020 presidential election’s “October surprise” published by the New York Post.

Over those four years, according to the court document, the 1040 Forms that Hunter Biden eventually filed in 2020 show that he and his accountants totaled his tax burden at just shy of $1.5 million. The indictment also has what prosecutors say “is a summary of the approximate expenditures that the Defendant made instead of paying his taxes,” including:

  • $1,664,004 in ATM/cash withdrawals.
  • $683,212 for “payments to various women”
  • $188,960 for him to enjoy “adult entertainment”

The allegations do not stop with Hunter Biden using only his personal funds to finance what he himself has described as a period when he had “surrounded himself” with some of the less savory elements of society including “thieves, junkies [and] over-the-hill strippers…” (Lines 1-5, page 35/56). The indictment claims that he used a business line of credit from Wells Fargo to pay nearly $4000 to a Washington, DC, strip club and just over $27,000 “to an online pornography website.”

Although not specifically mentioned in the indictment, some of the accusations against Hunter Biden appear to draw his presidential father into his web of schemes. For example, the prosecutors contend that a Romanian businessman identified as “G.P.” paid out $3 million (of which one-third allegedly went to Joe Biden) for help in contesting bribery charges in his homeland.

A press release put out by the Committee on Oversight and Accountability of the House of Representatives claims that Gabriel Popoviciu began paying an oddly similar amount of money into accounts associated with the Bidens soon after the then-VP met with the Romanian president in 2015.

An indictment is nothing more than allegations made by the government, and all defendants are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law, even more so those who only are involved tangentially

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