The corruption of Joe Biden is being exposed.
He tried to intervene to save his son Hunter.
But now Congress has figured out what he was up to, and Joe Biden is in big trouble.
Politics has always been a family business for Joe Biden. He’s allowed his family members to enrich themselves off of his power and influence with no regard for ethics or the law.
He’s been in politics for so long that he doesn’t understand any other way of doing things. And he’s panicking now that Republicans are digging up all the dirt on him and his family.
Now his entire presidency might be endangered by the probes Republicans are launching into his son Hunter and then way he was treated preferentially by the Justice Department.
You see, Hunter just received the sweetheart deal of a lifetime after a sham “investigation” into his dirty dealings.
And while it has not been conclusively proven, it seems like a fair assumption that Joe Biden had a hand in this sweetheart deal.
Afterall, the Justice Department reports to him. And he certainly was not going to allow his subordinates to hold his son accountable for criminal activity.
He may have intervened to save his son, but Congress is catching on to these backroom deals and is demanding answers.
According to NBC News, “House Republicans want officials from the Justice Department and the IRS to answer questions about allegations from whistleblowers that there was improper meddling in the investigation of Hunter Biden.”
“The chairs of the House Oversight, Judiciary and Ways and Means committees are seeking interviews with over a dozen officials involved in the probe of the president’s son, including David Weiss, the U.S. attorney for Delaware.”
If Congress is serious about finding out the truth and holding the Biden family accountable, it could mean big trouble for Joe Biden’s presidency.
Congress has the power to impeach if they deem his activity rises to that level.
The article continues, “Oversight Committee Chair James Comer, R-Ky., Judiciary Chair Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, and Ways and Means Chair Jason Smith, R-Mo., sent letters Thursday demanding that Justice Department and IRS leaders make officials available to answer claims from two IRS whistleblowers that the investigation ‘was purposely slow-walked and subjected to improper and politically motivated interference.”
“They warned that the committees ‘will resort to compulsory process’ – subpoenas – if the agencies don’t make the officials available for interviews in the coming weeks.”
The Biden family is going to have to answer for their shady activities one way or the other.
And while the sham DOJ “investigation” may have ended with a sweetheart deal for Hunter, the investigation by House Republicans will not be nearly so forgiving.