A Republican senator expects Hunter Biden will be indicted by the Justice Department but predicts it will be kept secret. He believes the feds will be hiding Biden’s criminal prosecution under a court-ordered seal of secrecy.
“[T]hey’ll probably do a deal, they’ll seal all the information,” Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., said about a possible Hunter Biden prosecution. “The American public will never get the full truth.” Hunter Biden is a son of U.S. President Joe Biden. His remarks were issued during an interview with Fox News host Dan Bongino broadcast Sunday.
Sen. Johnson and Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, have been investigating Hunter Biden’s dealings with foreign governments and companies since Donald Trump was in the White House. They issued a September 2020 report detailing extensive financial connections between Chinese Communist Party-linked entities and Hunter Biden.
A different report in the same month explored connections between the president’s son and the Ukrainian energy company Burisma.
“While Hunter Biden served on Burisma’s board, Burisma’s owner, Zlochevsky, allegedly paid a $7 million bribe to
Ukraine’s prosecutor general’s office to close the case,” the committee chaired by Grassley claimed.
“We’ve known that the Bidens are a corrupt family for years,” Johnson told Bongino Sunday. “Corrupt and complicit mainstream media have helped cover it up,” Johnson added.
The two senators presented bank records on the Senate floor in March as evidence that CEFC China Energy paid Hunter Biden. Payments included a $100,000 wire transfer from CEFC to one of his companies, Owasco.
Another $5 million was wire transferred to Hudson West, a company Hunter Biden managed, from Northern International Capital, a business partner of CEFC. A contract also made public by Johnson and Grassley showed Hunter Biden received a “one-time retainer” of $500,000.
Other records revealed CEFC paid $1 million to Hudson West, which later transferred an identical amount to Owasco. Hunter Biden got the $1 million fee for representing Chinese businessman Patrick Ho who has helped CEFC gain advantages, according to a report in The Epoch Times.
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