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Trump-appointed prosecutor David Weiss weighs Hunter Biden’s indictment

Trump-appointed U.S. Attorney David Weiss has assessed whether there is enough evidence to charge Hunter Biden in connection with potential tax evasion, money laundering and violation of lobbying laws, according to CBS News.

Weiss, a 20-year-old federal prosecutor, will have to determine if there is enough evidence to seek a federal grand jury indictment against Hunter Biden in an investigation that could end up including other members of the Biden family, such as the brother of Joe Biden, James Biden. , and potentially the president himself.

Weiss has served as a U.S. attorney in Delaware since 2018, after being appointed by Donald Trump. Prior to his appointment, Weiss was the acting bureau chief and received endorsements from Sens Democrats. Tom Carper (D-DE) and Chris Coons (D-DE).

Although Weiss has experience prosecuting corruption, money laundering and wire fraud, President Biden has allowed the prosecutor to stay on the case. Biden must recognize that removing Weiss for reasons of political expediency would raise more red flags than are already there.

“David is a diligent professional prosecutor,” Robert Kravetz, former assistant US attorney from Delaware for 13 years, told CBS News. “He’s a leader who cares about the people who work for him.”

The media revealed that Hunter was under investigation by the FBI for tax evasion, money laundering and violation of lobbying laws. Joe Biden has brazenly claimed time and time again that he was unaware of his family’s corrupt business dealings.

But text messages, photos and reported meetings suggest Joe Biden has abundant knowledge of the Biden family’s well-established business plan. On at least 11 occasions in six years, Joe Biden has been involved in the Biden family business while at the highest level of government.

In a 2019 text message from Hunter to his daughter, Hunter revealed Joe Biden’s family’s payment mechanism. The detailed vehicle indicates a collection of 50% of family wages for 30 years.

“I hope you can all do what I did and pay for this whole family for 30 years,” Hunter described to his daughter. “It’s really hard. But don’t worry, unlike Pop [Joe]I will not force you to give me half your salary.

Former Utah U.S. attorney Brett Tolman believes the Biden family business may show an established business enterprise that could involve legal “predicates” for racketeering charges.

“I understand there’s a spin, but it’s not complex,” Tolman told the New York Post regarding the potential serious charges against the Bidens.

Hunter has earned millions of dollars from foreign entities in many countries peddling Joe Biden’s influence. Although not illegal, Hunter and his family may have committed crimes of tax evasion, money laundering and violation of lobbying laws. According to CBS News, US banks have reported more than 150 suspicious financial transactions from Hunter and James Biden.

On several occasions, Hunter admitted to having paid the expenses of Joe Biden, just as he indicated to his daughter. According to emails from Hunter’s laptop, Hunter paid Joe Biden’s phone bill and various expenses while Joe Biden was vice president, the To post reported:

[W]While Joe was vice president, Hunter regularly paid at least some of his father’s household expenses, including AT&T bills of around $190 a month.

We know from an email dated June 5, 2010, with the subject “JRB bills” to Hunter from Eric Schwerin, his business partner at Rosemont Seneca, that he had to pay heavy bills to contractors in Wilmington for maintenance and maintaining his father’s lavish lakeside estate. Joe’s initials are JRB, for Joseph Robinette Biden.

The June bills included $2,600 to contractor Earle Downing for a “stone retaining wall” at Joe’s Wilmington estate, $1,475 to painter Ronald Peacock to paint the house’s “back wall and columns” and $1,239 to builder Mike Christopher for repairs to the air conditioning at the cottage of Joe’s late mother, Jean “Mom-Mom” Biden, which was on his property and which he would later lease to the Secret Service for $2,200 per month.

Joe Biden and the White House to have denied any knowledge of the Biden family business scheme. But other emails from Schwerin to Hunter suggest Joe Biden knew about the Biden family business program and wanted his bills covered by the deal.

“For your information, there are a few outstanding bills that need to be paid and I’m not sure which ones are priority and which ones need to be paid on “my” account and which ones need to be put on hold or paid on the Wilmington Trust Social Control account security,” reads an email from Schwerin. “There is about an additional $2,000 in ‘my’ account beyond what is used for monthly expenses.”

It’s unclear why Schwerin would refer to his account with quotation marks around the word “my”.

Follow Wendell Husebo on Twitter and Gettr @WendellHusebø. He is the author of Politics of slave morality.


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