Hunter Biden indictment designed to avoid Joe Biden

December 9, 2023

A new indictment against Hunter Biden for tax evasion intentionally avoids any connections with the president.

The new charges include allegations of a lavish lifestyle by the first son that included not paying taxes as legally required in recent years.

Problem areas

"That lifestyle included massive expenses for strippers, sex clubs, fast cars and other distractions," the New York Post reported.

"The steps taken by Hunter to evade taxes are impressive, but not nearly as impressive as the efforts of the Justice Department to evade any direct implications for his father, President Biden," it added.

New charges

"It comes as the Department of Justice has filed nine new criminal charges against Hunter in California on Thursday," the Daily Mail reported.

"All nine charges relate to tax, including two felony charges for filing a false return, a felony charge for tax evasion, four failure to pay charges, and a further two charges for failure to file. The charges span the 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019 tax years," it added.

Presidential problems

"President Joe Biden kicks off a three-day, star-studded fundraising trip in California on Friday that a top campaign official boasted will rake in a record amount of cash for the Democratic president’s 2024 re-election effort," the New York Post reported.

"The trip comes a day after the Department of Justice filed new criminal charges against Biden’s son, Hunter, accusing him of failing to pay $1.4 million in taxes while spending millions of dollars on a lavish lifestyle," it added.

The latest charges add to concerns from Biden whistleblowers involving millions of dollars in international business deals for Hunter Biden that included his father.

The situation has now grown with new charges in the ongoing legal battles facing the first son.

The issues could become a major point of focus in attacks against the president as he runs for reelection next year in a likely rematch with former President Donald Trump.

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