Hunter Biden Pleads GUILTY On Multiple Criminal Charges

Hunter Biden, the son of President Joe Biden, has been charged by federal authorities with two instances of breaking tax laws and one related to the acquisition of a firearm while using illegal drugs. The charges were announced on Tuesday by David Weiss, the U.S. Attorney for the District of Delaware. However, an agreement has been reached between Hunter Biden, his legal team, and the prosecutors, which will enable him to avoid imprisonment entirely. Under this agreement, Hunter Biden will admit guilt to two misdemeanor charges of not paying federal income taxes and will participate in a pretrial diversion program for the firearms violation.

The slow progress of the Hunter Biden case has faced criticism from external sources and individuals who expose wrongdoing. The Internal Revenue Service initiated an investigation into questionable tax filings by the President’s son as far back as 2018. Recently, a long-serving government employee came forward, alleging that the Biden Justice Department had interfered in the case, instructing the disbandment of an internal team dedicated to it.

Consequently, House Republicans have conducted interviews with whistleblowers from both the IRS and FBI. These insiders have made claims of political influence, causing concerns about the independence of these federal agencies to waver under the weight of political pressure.

Since President Biden’s tenure as vice president from 2009 to 2015, significant earnings have been generated by the president’s son and his colleagues. Through investigations conducted by the House, it has been revealed that bank records demonstrate the existence of multi-million dollar deals that provided financial benefits to Hunter Biden, his associates, and certain family members. 

These deals were a result of their representation of foreign companies aiming to gain influence in Washington. To conceal the true nature of these transactions, many of the business arrangements involved payments to the Bidens through limited liability companies, ultimately leading to violations of tax laws.

In addition, Hunter Biden will admit guilt to breaking a law that prohibits individuals who are unlawfully using or addicted to controlled substances from possessing firearms. The evidence supporting this charge against Hunter Biden was voluntarily disclosed in his autobiography, where he acknowledged his frequent use of crack cocaine during the period when he purchased the firearms. It was revealed that Hunter Biden had falsified a document stating that he was not a drug user.




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