President Joe Biden may soon be dragged into Hunter Biden’s tax investigation, which is what the Democrats have been trying very hard to avoid. Even when the leftist media finally admitted that Hunter Biden’s laptop was real, the only thing they could do was separate Joe from Hunter’s corruption.
Everyone is wondering who the “big guy” could be, a person referenced in some of the communications about the Biden crime family. For any reasonable person, the answer is easy. For a leftist hack it becomes much more difficult.
A witness testified before the Hunter Biden grand jury and was asked about an email that referenced “10 held by H for the big guy.” The email outlined how James Gilliar, Hunter’s business partner, distributed the funds.
Tony Bobulinski, U.S. Navy Veteran, has previously said that “the big guy” is Hunter’s father, who was running for president at the time, and said, “I have heard Joe Biden say he has never discussed his dealings with Hunter. That is false.”
David Weiss, U.S. Attorney, was investigating Hunter’s taxes just before the 2020 election, but made the decision to halt the investigation because of the presidential election.
It’s been reported that $4.8 million in payments from CEFC to different entities controlled by James Biden and Hunter Biden in 2017 and 2018. The White House is, of course, trying to distance Joe from this disaster.
Everyone is in on the cover up. Joe’s Chief of Staff Ron Klain said that he was “confident that his son didn’t break the law” and that Joe was “confident that his family did the right thing.”
Klain also told George Stephanopoulos from ABC’s “This Week with George Stephanopoulos,” “they’re private matters. They don’t involve the president. And they certainly are something that no one at the White House is involved in.”
Though there’s a complex nature to any investigation, it seems that it would be pretty to prove or disprove these allegations, considering Hunter and Joe shared a bank account.
Tolman said that because Bobulinski confirmed that Joe was “the big guy,” it could be considered evidence “that other family members were involved.”
Toman also said, “Conspiracy is a standalone crime in our country, and you’ve certainly got enough to present to the grand jury that there’s a conspiracy among Joe, [brother] James and Hunter to bring in money, to not declare that money, to not pay taxes on that money.”
Washington, D.C., lawyer Jim Trusty, former chief of the Justice Department’s Organized Crime Section said, “While we do not know all the evidence yet, there are credible reports of wire transfers in the millions, emails from the ‘laptop from hell’ of Hunter, and guys like Tony Bobulinski who credibly describe a kickback scheme with the now-sitting president of the US as a beneficiary.”
Trusty said, “The question is whether Joe Biden’s vice presidency was for sale and whether Joe was complicit in that sort of scheme.”