A Republican senator recently revealed that several banks had filed at least six reports concerning suspicious activity at the Delaware residence of Joe Biden.
According to Just The News, Senator Ron Johnson (R-Wisc.), the ranking member of the Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, made his claim on Thursday, saying that the Suspicious Activity Reports (SARs) documented roughly $12 million worth of transactions in the last several years, with some of those transactions passing through Biden’s home in Wilmington, Delaware. Concerns were raised about the money possible being tied to money-laundering or human trafficking.
Johnson pointed out that, at the very least, Biden would have been aware of the fact that his son Hunter was actively using the home address for banking and business purposes, as the mail arriving at the residence would have tipped him off. This raises further questions about the elder Biden’s claims that he knew nothing about his son’s foreign business dealings, which are at the heart of the House GOP’s impeachment inquiry against him.
“There’d be so much activity coming into his address, in this case, Hunter Biden’s businesses, that he obviously would have to be aware,” said Johnson. “So, again, I just use the word obvious; it has been so obvious for so long, that Biden Inc. is a corrupt enterprise. And that this president is corrupt, that he is compromised.”
“And he fully was aware of this, that he fully benefited from it,” Johnson continued. “The members of his family benefited from all these millions of dollars flowing in from countries that are adversarial to America.”
Johnson’s statements came shortly after Special Counsel David Weiss, who had been assigned to investigate possible tax-related crimes committed by Hunter Biden, announced a new indictment against Hunter with nine different charges. Weiss’ indictment alleges that Hunter committed tax evasion over the course of several years, during which he avoided paying roughly $1.4 million in federal taxes on foreign incomes, from such countries as Ukraine, Russia, and China.
Hunter is already facing charges regarding a firearm violation, which was one of the charges to which he had originally planned to plead guilty to, in exchange for a lighter sentence. That plea deal collapsed at the 11th hour before the scheduled court hearing, leading to Biden to change his plea to “not guilty,” and shortly thereafter, Weiss was promoted to Special Counsel to grant him greater investigative powers.