Report Claims Feds Ignored Hunter Biden Evidence

Numerous warnings to federal authorities regarding probable illegal activities by Hunter Biden may have gone unheeded for years.

James Comer, the Republican chair of the House Oversight and Accountability Committee from Kentucky, has said that whenever the IRS or the FBI began an investigation, they worried about exposing President Joe Biden or that the investigation would ultimately lead to him. Someone in the shadows ordered them to stop fighting and end the conflict.

The study claims that in 2015, many federal agencies were informed about Hunter Biden’s questionable conduct, but none investigated or prosecuted him.

According to what Comer had to say about the cover-up in the report, it has been “going on for a long time.”

According to the report, in May of 2015, Morgan Stanley bankers brought a presentation, complete with photos and a dossier, about the “suspicious” transactions involving Hunter Biden’s Rosemont Seneca firm and his business associate Devon Archer to the Securities and Exchange Commission.

The SEC presentation claims that these deals were made to account for the overvaluation of the Wakpamni bonds 2014, valued at $111 per, despite having never been traded and sold in the $80 range before the issue.

According to the article, Archer and others were arrested and convicted of securities fraud after the SEC launched an investigation with the IRS and the FBI. Biden was called as a witness but never faced any formal charges.

A banker at Morgan Stanley who assisted with the 2015 SEC presentation subsequently filed a whistleblower complaint with the SEC in November 2016.

A Ukrainian prosecutor allegedly approached a U.S. attorney in New York in 2018 about information about Hunter Biden’s deals as a member of the Burisma energy company‚Äôs board who accused then-Vice President Biden of taking advantage of his influence to protect the company in exchange for money, as the State Police in Delaware investigated the “gun charge” of Hunter Biden, where he possessed a weapon after supplying false information on the application about his status as a drug addict.