It has been revealed that the bank JP Morgan Chase was issued a subpoena related to Hunter Biden’s international business dealings back in 2019, as well as similar transactions by a number of his associates and relatives.
The New York Post reports that the subpoena was issued in May of 2019 by Delaware’s U.S. Attorney David Weiss, according to corruption watchdog group Marco Polo. In the subpoena, JP Morgan was asked to hand over any records of financial transactions within the previous five years involving Hunter Biden, his uncle James Biden, and his business partners Devon Archer and Eric Schwerin. The subpoena listed 15 different businesses owned by Hunter and his partners as falling under the scope of the request.
About five weeks before the subpoena was issued, Hunter Biden had left his now-infamous laptop in a repair shop in Delaware, eventually leading to a number of explosive scandals being revealed about Biden and his family’s business dealings in Ukraine, China, and elsewhere, as well as Hunter’s ongoing drug addictions and prostitution.
This latest revelation, like the many other bombshells that came out as a result of the laptop, was suppressed by the mainstream media and by federal investigators prior to the 2020 election to protect the candidacy of Hunter’s father, Joe Biden. Even though the investigation into Hunter began as early as 2018, then-Attorney General William Barr ordered prosecutors to keep a low profile; the U.S. Attorney in Delaware similarly kept the details of his office’s subpoena under wraps prior to the election in November of 2020.
After the election, Hunter released a statement through his father’s presidential transition team acknowledging that he was being investigated by the Delaware U.S. Attorney for “tax affairs.”
“I learned…for the first time, that the US Attorney’s Office in Delaware advised my legal counsel…that they are investigating my tax affairs,” Hunter said at the time. “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.”