Joe Biden involved in gambling business in 2012, whistleblower claims

President Joe Biden was reportedly involved in a family gambling business in 2012 during his time as vice president, according to a whistleblower.

The Monday report contradicts Biden’s statement that he was unaware of his son Hunter’s business dealings.

The claims

“With the direct observations I had, it’s obvious Joe was participating in the business,” the source stated.

“He wasn’t passive, he was talking about it. If I had to describe him, he was like a member of the Board of Directors,” the whistleblower added.

The details

“The whistleblower has identified themselves to Senate investigators but asked to remain anonymous for fear of reprisals,” the Daily Mail reported.

“The informant says they were party to a 2012 conference call involving then-VP Joe, Hunter, 52, his business partner Jeff Cooper, 53, late Senate majority leader Harry Reid and his son Key Reid, 48, who was also in business with Hunter,” it added.

The report could further damage Biden as Republicans look to take back power in the House after the midterm elections.

Conservatives have vowed to investigate Hunter’s business dealings that include multiple connections with the president during his time in the White House as vice president.

The evidence seems to be increasing rather than decreasing as time passes now two years after the reports of Hunter’s laptop and its allegedly incriminating details.