Constitutional law expert Jonathan Turley says that the evidence suggests Joe Biden and his son Hunter Biden mingled their finances with a shared bank account, according to the latest Fox News update.
For months during the 2020 presidential campaign, mainstream media dismissed claims regarding Hunter Biden’s business dealings, claiming there were no concerning connections proven to his father. But Turley reveals the evidence is growing to show that is not the case.
The President repeatedly said he did not discuss his son’s or his brother’s business dealing, and the videos illustrates with plenty of examples. Joe and Hunter reportedly had co-mingled their finances, including having shared accounts, through which they reimbursed each other and were able to take money out of.
This is more than a question about tax issues. It could be that Hunter, his uncle and the president were working together to make money off his position in the U.S. government.
The claims that this was part of a Russian hoax, but that’s clearly not the case. The video recommended an investigation to look into the matter further, but no such information is coming from the Department of Justice.
Check out the video for Turley’s full details as the evidence grows in the Hunter Biden scandal to include more information implicating the president.