Hunter Biden would most probably have been indicted before the November 2020 presidential election if he wasn’t the son of then-Democratic hopeful and now POTUS Joe Biden, believes a former high-ranking federal prosecutor.
“Anybody else in this country, we would have seen these indictments probably before the election,” said ex-Utah US Attorney Brett Tolman, speaking on “Fox & Friends” on Friday.
Referencing a recent NBC report that stated a probe into the first son’s shady overseas business dealings was far from over, Tolman added that “the US attorney in Delaware … has had this case for a long time.”
Tolman, who is currently executive director of Right on Crime, a project of the nonprofit Texas Public Policy Foundation, cited testimony provided in line with the probe by former Hunter Biden business partner, Tony Bobulinksi, as well as reports of a spate of incriminating emails.
According to him, all of this raised the possibility that President Joe Biden, his wife – First Lady Jill Biden – his brother James Biden and others “facilitated their ability to take money from countries.”
“Large amounts, millions of dollars we’re talking about and to be able to hide that from the government and to hide what they were buying with that money … we’re afraid to see, maybe access that was given to the vice president at the time?” said Tolman.