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Report reveals ‘yet another federal criminal investigation’ into Hunter Biden after Joe Biden is confronted

As the mainstream media are being denounced for squashing the Hunter Biden story before the election, Fox News reported Friday on the existence of “yet another federal criminal investigation” into Hunter Biden.

“We have just received word tonight of yet another federal criminal investigation into the Biden family that appears to be focused specifically on Hunter Biden’s business dealings with China and his relationship with Burisma Holdings in Ukraine,” Fox News host Martha MacCallum explained.

She added, “This is now the fourth federal investigation that has been reported in recent days.”

“It raises a lot of questions about what was going on with Hunter Biden, with his uncle Jim [Biden], and potentially their U.S. and foreign business deals. Who was involved in them? What exactly were they selling? And why, in one instance, was a diamond given to Hunter Biden in return? Where did all the money go? And did they ever compromise themselves? Does China have anything they could hold over the Biden family?” MacCallum went on to say.

Fourth federal investigation into Hunter Biden revealed

What are the details?

The New York Times reported late Friday that Pittsburgh-based U.S. Attorney Scott Brady began investigating Hunter Biden earlier this year upon the direction of Attorney General William Barr.

Details were few, aside from the Times reporting that the investigation was spurred by material uncovered by Rudy Giuliani and that the investigation was similar to a criminal probe into Hunter Biden that was concurrently taking place in Delaware.

From the Times:

As federal investigators in Delaware were examining the finances of Hunter Biden during his father’s campaign for president, a similar inquiry ramped up this year in Pittsburgh, fueled by materials delivered by President Trump’s personal lawyer Rudolph W. Giuliani. Attorney General William P. Barr had asked the top federal prosecutor in Pittsburgh, Scott W. Brady, to accept and vet any information that Mr. Giuliani had on the Biden family, including Hunter Biden. Mr. Brady hosted Mr. Giuliani for a nearly four-hour meeting in late January to discuss his materials.

The development comes just two days after Hunter Biden publicly revealed that he is under federal investigation by authorities in Delaware.

“I learned yesterday for the first time that the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Delaware advised my legal counsel, also yesterday, that they are investigating my tax affairs. I take this matter very seriously but I am confident that a professional and objective review of these matters will demonstrate that I handled my affairs legally and appropriately, including with the benefit of professional tax advisors,” Hunter Biden said in a statement, which was released by the Biden-Harris transition team.

What has Joe Biden said?

The former vice president was confronted on Friday about his son for the first time since news broke about the Delaware federal investigation.

“Did Hunter Biden commit a crime? Have you spoken to your son, Mr. President-elect?” a reporter asked Biden following a press conference.

Biden did not address the question directly, only responding, “I’m proud of my son.”

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Majority of voters say special counsel should be initiated to investigate Biden family regarding overseas dealings: poll

A new poll of registered voters discovered that a majority of voters, including nearly one-third of Democrats, say that if Joe Biden becomes president, then a special counsel should be initiated to investigate the accusations of corruption regarding overseas dealings that his family reportedly participated in.

A Just the News Daily Poll with Scott Rasmussen asked voters: “If Joe Biden becomes President, should a special counsel be appointed to investigate allegations of corruption involving his family’s dealings with China and Ukraine?”

In the survey that took place between Nov. 12-14 of 1,200 participants, 52% answered “Yes,” that a special counsel should be established to examine the assertions that the Biden family was involved in potentially shady international business deals. The responses broken down by party affiliation found that predictably 81% of Republicans were in favor of a special counsel, but more surprising was that 32% of Democrats supported an investigation into the Biden family over corruption.

In late October, Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) remarked that he is not a “big fan of special counsels,” but cautioned that one may be needed if Biden makes it into the White House.

“You know, I am not a big fan of special counsels, but if Joe Biden wins the presidency, I don’t see how you avoid one,” Johnson told Maria Bartiromo during an interview on Fox Business Network’s “Mornings with Maria.” “Otherwise, this is going to be, you know, tucked away, and we will never know what happened. All this evidence is going to be buried, so I think we have to have a special [counsel] if Joe Biden wins.”

In mid-October, emails allegedly obtained from Hunter Biden’s laptop claimed that Joe Biden met with a top executive at Burisma, the Ukrainian natural gas company that his son was on the board of, when he was vice president.

Reported emails from Hunter’s laptop also claimed that Hunter was pursuing “lasting and lucrative” deals involving a Chinese energy company that he said would be “interesting for me and my family.”

Hunter’s alleged former business partner, Tony Bobulinski, claimed that the former vice president not only knew about his son’s overseas dealings, but also profited from an agreement with the now-bankrupt Shanghai-based China Energy Fund Committee.

On Thursday, Senate Finance Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) and Senate Homeland Security Chairman Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) published new findings in their investigation into Hunter Biden’s overseas dealings in a document titled, “Hunter Biden, Burisma and Corruption: The Impact on U.S. Government Policy and Related Concerns.”

Joe Biden has denied the allegations, and said that he has never received money from any foreign source.

“I have not taken a penny from any foreign source ever in my life,” Biden said in late October.

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New Senate report purportedly ‘confirms’ Biden family’s business ties to Chinese, Russian governments

Two top Republican senators who have been investigating Hunter Biden’s overseas business dealings have released additional findings that they say “confirm” troubling connections between the Biden family and the Chinese and Russian governments.

Senate Finance Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) and Senate Homeland Security Chairman Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) published the findings Wednesday in a “supplemental” to their September report, which was titled, “Hunter Biden, Burisma and Corruption: The Impact on U.S. Government Policy and Related Concerns.”

In the new five-page report, Grassley and Johnson disclosed new evidence of ties between Hunter Biden and a business partner, Rob Walker, who they said “appears to have been associated with at least three companies connected to Hunter Biden: Oldaker, Biden and Belair LLP; Seneca Global Advisors; and Rosemont Seneca Advisors.”

The senators connected the dots based on information provided to their committees by former Hunter Biden associate Tony Bobulinski. In the report, they said WhatsApp messages between Bobulinksi and Walker, which were handed over to their committees, purportedly show a close working relationship between Walker and the Biden family, including Hunter and his uncle, James Biden.

“The new information is consistent with other records within the Committees’ possession which show millions of dollars being transferred from a Chinese entity linked to the communist party to Robinson Walker LLC,” the senators noted before detailing the transactions.

In the report, two separate wires are cited, each totaling $3 million, which were sent by a Shanghai-based company called State Energy HK Limited to a bank account for Robinson Walker LLC in 2017. The senators noted that State Energy HK Limited was at the time associated with another Chinese company with ties to the communist government, CEFC China Energy.

“These transactions are a direct link between Walker and the communist Chinese government,” the senators stated.

“These new records confirm the connections between the Biden family and the communist Chinese government, as well as the links between Hunter Biden’s business associates and the Russian government, and further support the Committees’ September 23, 2020 report’s finding that such relationships created counterintelligence and extortion concerns,” they concluded in the report.

They added that “to date, the Committees have requested records from Hunter Biden, James Biden, James Gilliar, Tony Bobulinski, and Rob Walker. At this time, only Bobulinski has cooperated with the Committees.”

The senators’ September report purportedly concluded that Hunter Biden, among other things, “received a $3.5 million wire transfer from Elena Baturina, the wife of the former mayor of Moscow.”

Prior to the election, several Democratic lawmakers and members of the media claimed that reports about the Biden family’s overseas business dealings were part of a Russian disinformation campaign. But Grassley and Johnson have vehemently denied the accusation, arguing their reporting has been based on documented evidence.