Rep. Darrell Issa questioned this week why Hunter Biden didn’t go to jail after allegedly failing to disclose his income to the IRS, telling Just the News, Not Noise TV programme.

“Surprisingly he didn’t go to jail,” Issa said. “[W]If you knowingly fail to disclose income — even if it’s in the thousands, let alone millions — it’s a crime. “

according to New York TimesHunter paid a $1 million IRS tax bill in 2021 to avoid a conviction or a long sentence.

“This is a felony,” Issa said of the allegedly overdue tax bill. “Normally, at best, you can pay damages and use the crime as an excuse, rather than go to jail. It’s not the case. [with Hunter Biden],” Issa continued. “He looks like he’s getting a free pass and now just pays what he should have paid a few years ago. “

Trump-appointed U.S. Attorney David Weiss has been considering for months whether Hunter and his colleagues “violated money laundering, campaign finance, tax and foreign lobbying laws, as well as Hunter Bailey,” CNN reported. whether Deng violated federal gun and other regulations.” A grand jury was convened in the investigation, and a witness who testified before the jury was reportedly asked to identify a “big man.”

The “big guy” refers to a 2017 email on Hunter’s laptop showing a relationship between Hunter’s former business partner Tony Bobulinski, the Biden family and senior members of the Chinese Communist Party ‘s business transactions will include a 10% “held by H”. For the big man? Bobulinski confirmed in an email dated May 13, 2017 that the “big guy” was referring to Joe Biden.

“And the reality is that the laptop also shows that this is someone who made millions but was always in financial trouble… [with] Ex-wife payments, child support, and frankly, his drug addiction,” Issa said of the Biden family business.

A recent poll showed that 62% of registered voters believe Joe Biden may have consulted and profited from the Biden family’s business dealings. 58% of voters believe Joe Biden played a role in his family business. 60% said Hunter Biden sold “influence and access” to the president. Issa said:

Hunter Biden was an agent of foreign influence and did use, or at least appeared to use, his father and others for that game. Meaning he lobbied, and when you lobbied without disclosing, you committed a crime. So one of the things we’re going to look at is this selective prosecution and whether this law needs to be repealed or really thrown into it to make it consistent in prosecution. Certainly not unless they sue Hunter Biden.

Issa’s comments on judicial double standards come as Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA), a senior member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, questioned earlier this month, former FBI special agent Tim Thibault ) whether to close the FBI’s 2020 probe into Hunter Biden’s laptop. Grassley said on the Senate floor that Tebow “closed” a fully independent investigation that may be related to the ongoing investigation into the president’s son The criminal investigation of alleged tax fraud is unrelated.

“As a result, investigations and information are not moving forward as they should, meaning the FBI could have collected more evidence about Hunter Biden, but turned to less bait. FBI and Tebow in 2020 cut the bait ahead of the 2019 presidential election,” Grassley said.

“It also raises questions about what the FBI’s Baltimore field office is reviewing and whether it’s the entirety of the evidence,” Grassley said of the Weiss Report’s tax investigation.

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Follow Wendell Husseib Twitter @WendellHusebø. He is the author of The Moral Politics of Slaves.

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