Feds Considered Trafficking Charges against Hunter Biden, Document Shows

The House Ways and Means Committee has released a legal document that reveals the criminal charges that federal investigators were considering against Democrat President Joe Biden’s son Hunter.

According got the document, feds floated sex trafficking charges against Hunter Biden.

The committee obtained the document as part of its investigation into the first son.

Congressional investigators released a large batch of documents this week to coincide with the House Oversight Committee’s first impeachment inquiry hearing against President Biden on Thursday.

The document shows that, in October 2020, IRS tax crimes prosecutor Jack Morgan sent nine cases regarding Hunter Biden and prostitutes to Assistant U.S. Attorney Lesley Wolf.

According to the Washington Free Beacon, Morgan highlighted several examples of Hunter Biden paying escorts to journey from New York and Boston to Los Angeles for sex.

Wolf sent the list to her associates, but the matter mysteriously ended there.

The House Ways and Means Committee included the document within the release of hundreds of IRS whistleblower records.

The documents were released shortly before the first impeachment inquiry.

The House Oversight Committee held its first impeachment inquiry hearing Thursday.

The hearings are delving into President Biden and his alleged involvement in his son



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