Hunter Biden Under FBI Investigation for Alleged Money-Laundering

Former Vice President Joe Biden’s son Hunter is under FBI investigation over money-laundering allegations.

It’s confirmed that Hunter, along with former business associates, has been under investigation since 2019.

The New York Post reports:

An official with the Department of Justice confirmed the existence of the federal investigation, which remains active, according to Sinclair Broadcast Group.

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The controversy surrounding Hunter and Joe Biden initially arose when some emails and text messages about Hunter’s business dealings obtained from his laptop were released to the public.

One of Hunter’s former business partners, Tony Bobulinski, recently went public with additional information because Joe Biden and Representative Adam Schiff (D-Calif) dismissed the claims of the former vice president’s involvement with his son’s business dealings as Russia disinformation.

Bobulinski said the “big guy” referred to in emails was indeed former Vice President Joe Biden.

Last week, Bobulinski was questioned by the FBI.

Joe Biden has vehemently denied he had any knowledge of Hunter’s business dealings and the few times he’s questioned about the topic he refuses to comment.

A Biden campaign spokesperson would not deny that Joe did not meet with Bobulinski.

Not surprising is the fact that anti-Trump media outlets refuse to cover this story.

Most concerning is why an energy company based in China wanted to send $5 million as an interest-free loan to the Biden family.

According to a Senate Homeland Security report, the company did send $5 million to the Biden family.

There is accumulating evidence that the Biden family was engaged in a series of pay-to-play schemes and their efforts might have broken the law.

Americans need to know more about the Biden family’s business deals before election day but, unfortunately, too many in the media are protecting Joe Biden.