GOP Senator Links Joe Biden to Son’s Alleged Money Laundering and Human Trafficking

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In a recent development that has intensified scrutiny on the Biden family, Republican Senator Ron Johnson has brought forward new allegations against President Joe Biden and his family. This comes in the wake of a probe that unearthed fresh concerns over purportedly dubious financial transactions.

Senator Johnson, a leading figure on the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, disclosed to Just the News that banks had filed at least six reports concerning Hunter Biden’s foreign business dealings. These reports intriguingly flagged the Delaware home address of Joe Biden, sparking concerns over potential criminal activities, including money laundering or human trafficking.

The Wisconsin senator further revealed that the Suspicious Activity Reports (SARs) documented approximately $12 million in transactions over several years. A significant portion of these transactions reportedly passed through the President’s Wilmington residence, where Hunter Biden had been permitted to stay.

Senator Johnson argued that the volume of business activity directed to the President’s address implies his likely awareness of his son’s use of the residence for business and banking purposes. This assertion is grounded in the logic that the President would have noticed postal mail related to these dealings.

Moreover, Johnson contended that these revelations provide substantial grounds for House impeachment investigators to delve into Joe Biden’s involvement in his son’s foreign transactions. The House is poised to cast a vote next week to formally authorize an impeachment inquiry.

Johnson’s remarks followed the recent indictment of Hunter Biden on nine new charges by a federal prosecutor. As reported by the Washington Examiner, Special Counsel David Weiss, leading the prosecution, charged Hunter in the Central District of California. The indictment alleges that Biden failed to pay $1.4 million in federal taxes over a four-year period. The charges, a mix of felonies and misdemeanors, include failing to pay and file taxes, and filing false returns from 2016 to 2019. If convicted on all counts, Hunter faces a potential maximum sentence of 17 years.

The indictment accuses Hunter Biden of opting for an extravagant lifestyle over fulfilling his tax obligations. This claim is supported by the detailed expenditures outlined in the document.

Adding to the growing chorus of Republican voices, Representative Nancy Mace (R-S.C.) expressed her belief in an interview with Fox News’ Sean Hannity that the Biden family’s story will emerge as one of the most corrupt in U.S. history. Having reviewed numerous suspicious activity reports, Mace anticipates that the total sum involved could exceed $50 million. She emphasized the need for further investigations, possibly including an impeachment inquiry or the appointment of a special counsel. Mace highlighted the mounting evidence, corroborated by text messages, emails, eyewitness testimonies, and whistleblower accounts, indicating possible bribery, corruption, racketeering, and money laundering.

This evolving saga, marked by federal charges and escalating Republican allegations, is set to keep the Biden family under a magnifying glass in the political and legal arenas.

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One Reply to “GOP Senator Links Joe Biden to Son’s Alleged Money Laundering and Human Trafficking”

  1. Democrats who see what’s going on and continue to deny it are sicker than the Biden family, if that’s possible. The Biden s’ participated in selling children for sex. That’s why it’s been so important for them to keep the border open and your OK with that?

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