Big Indictment Drops Against Hunter Biden, but There May Be More yet to Come


by Nick Arama

As we reported, a big indictment was dropped in California against Hunter Biden late on Thursday.

Biden was hit with nine tax charges, including four counts of failure to pay taxes, two counts of filing false tax documents, two counts of failure to file taxes, and one count of tax evasion. As we noted, the indictment alleges that Hunter engaged in a “four-year scheme” not to pay taxes on at least $1.4 million. The indictment alleges he spent it on drugs, women, and a lot of high living rather than paying the IRS. He even spent more than $680,000 on “payments – various women.” He could face 17 years under the charges, but it would likely be less than that.

Here’s a further breakdown from CNN, where they make a good point that Special Counsel David Weiss has said it’s an “ongoing investigation.”

What might that mean? Ongoing investigation or no, the added indictment may well mean that he isn’t going to be testifying before Congress and/or he takes the Fifth, assuming he shows up.

But beyond that, as Catherine Herridge explains, the indictment’s framing suggests that more could be coming. The indictment lays out a lot of work done by Hunter for foreign entities, including Burisma, CEFC, and Romanian interests. As Herridge notes, it also describes Hunter Biden as a “lobbyist.”

Lobbyists have to register under FARA, she explained. So that “seems to be leaving the door open” for potential FARA charges to come. Those would likely further get into questions that Joe Biden would not like.

House Oversight Committee Chair James Comer (R-KY) cheered the indictment and credited it to the two IRS whistleblowers who came forward. and said the DOJ needed to investigate all the people involved in the “influence peddling,” according to Fox’s Chad Pergram.

Two brave IRS whistleblowers, Gary Shapley and Joseph Ziegler, placed their careers on the line to blow the whistle on misconduct and politicization in the Hunter Biden criminal investigation.

The Department of Justice got caught in its attempt to give Hunter Biden an unprecedented sweetheart plea deal and today’s charges filed against Hunter Biden are the result of Mr. Shapley and Mr. Ziegler’s efforts to ensure all Americans are treated equally

Unless U.S. Attorney Weiss investigates everyone involved in the Bidens’ fraud schemes and influence peddling, it will be clear President Biden’s DOJ is protecting Hunter Biden and the big guy.

So we’ll have to see what happens with Hunter’s testimony or any further charges to come, but it’s fair to say that he’s in a lot of trouble, and it’s going to be harder for Joe Biden to sweep this under the rug and lie about it. He looks so bad here trying to deny his contacts with Hunter’s associates.


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Look how long it takes the government to prosecute blatant tax evasions and violations if the scofflaw is a Democrat (and the President’s son) and how long it takes to put a conservative protester in jail for decades for “parading”.

Good thing we have a fair and equal justice system.