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PostPosted: Wed Dec 09, 2020 11:11 pm    Post subject: Hunter Biden Reply with quote

gee if we would have only known there was an investigation on trumps russia ties he would have not won, but we know the FBI broke the rules and told us about a re-opening of the 50th or so investigation on Hilary after she had been out of office for years. I mean there was an investigation on Hilary when Bill won over a land deal that they lost 70K that lasted what 6 or more years run by right wingers without one grand jury ever indicting her or him for that 70k loss and some 20 other made up lies.

Now Bush 2 was making bank from businessmen when his father was vp and president, his investors were from the ME and after 9-11 the only people allowed to exit the country were other of daddys sugar ME friends. Bush jrs oil drilling businesses never hit oil. Oh but with that he was eligible to become appointed buy the supreme court as president.

Oh another Bush kid was on the board of directors of a bank with no banking experience, ya was it silverado or something like that that went under costing tax payers billions.

Hunter Biden tax probe examining Chinese business dealings


By Associated Press | December 9, 2020 at 2:14 PM MST - Updated December 9 at 8:03 PM
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Justice Department is investigating the finances of President-elect Joe Biden’s son, including scrutinizing some of his Chinese business dealings and other transactions, a person familiar with the matter told The Associated Press on Wednesday.

The revelations put a renewed spotlight on questions about Hunter Biden’s financial history, which dogged his father’s successful White House campaign and were a frequent target of President Donald Trump and his allies. They also come at a politically delicate time for the president-elect, who is weighing his choice to lead an agency that is actively investigating his son.

The tax investigation was launched in 2018, the year before the elder Biden announced his candidacy for president. Hunter Biden confirmed the existence of the investigation on Wednesday, saying he learned about it for the first time the previous day.

“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,” he said in a statement.

It isn’t clear which entities or business dealings might be tied up in the probe, though the person with knowledge of the matter said at least some of focus was on his past work in China. Federal investigators served a round of subpoenas on Tuesday, including one for Hunter Biden, according to another person familiar with the investigation.

Investigators did not reach out until recently because of Justice Department practice against taking overt investigative actions in the run-up to an election, one of the people said. The people familiar with the investigation insisted on anonymity to discuss an ongoing probe.

Hunter Biden has a history of international affairs and business dealings in a number of countries. Trump and his allies have accused him of profiting off his political connections, and have also raised unsubstantiated charges of corruption related to his work in Ukraine at the time his father was vice president and leading the Obama administration’s dealings with the Eastern European nation.

Late Wednesday, Trump tweeted a quote from New York Post columnist Miranda Devine claiming, “10% of voters would have changed their vote if they knew about Hunter Biden.”

Silverado collapse cost taxpayers $1 billion

The failure of one of Colorado’s thrifts, Silverado Banking Savings and Loan, was legendary. Its collapse in 1988 cost taxpayers $1 billion and entangled prominent Denver businessmen, including Neil Bush.

The son of then-President George H.W. Bush and a brother of the current president, Neil Bush was on Silverado’s board of directors. Silverado made loans to developers who owned shares in the thrift and who had bankrolled Neil Bush’s oil company.

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