May 24, 2022

Hunter Biden facing indictment over shady business dealings

President Joe Biden’s ne’er-do-well son Hunter Biden has had his share of scandals though he has yet to face any criminal penalties. That may all be changing, according to an attorney who works for the mother of one of his children.

Attorney Clint Lancaster said he expects the president’s son “to be indicted” on charges stemming from shady financial dealings and taxes, the Washington Examiner reported. Lancaster represents Lunden Roberts, the mother of Hunter Biden’s illegitimate 3-year-old daughter.

“I expect him to be indicted,” Lancaster said. “Just based on what I saw in his financial records, I would be surprised if he’s not indicted,” the attorney added.

However, Lancaster and his client did say they “don’t want Hunter to go to jail.” Roberts had testified in front of a grand jury while also providing “a significant amount of Hunter’s financial records,” according to Lancaster.

Roberts’ attorney said the information came from a child support lawsuit against Hunter Biden in 2019. The president’s son tried to deny paternity and even claimed in his memoir that he didn’t remember the “encounter” with Roberts, but ultimately proved to be the father through DNA testing.

“They’re all in electronic form,” Lancaster claimed of the financial records. “I would estimate it was anywhere from 10 gigs of data.”

The IRS had investigated Hunter Biden and slapped him with a $1 million per year tax bill he later paid off using a loan, the New York Post reported. Still, the probe into his dealings with the Bank of China and his associates continues.

Even with his father in the highest office, Hunter Biden can’t hide from these allegations that, if true, prove substantial corruption and crime. Allegations have swarmed for years about his dealings with foreign entities and his father’s involvement, but this newest probe may prove fruitful after all.

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