Hunter Biden case gets a GOP splash like an old used tea bag

A new chapter of innuendo and whispers is consuming Washington politics. Can we say ‘cocaine found in the White House’ and ‘Hunter Biden’ in the same sentence?

I.R.S. agents claimed the U.S. Justice Department interfered in their investigation of Hunter Biden. Senator Chuck Grassley released an unclassified memo Thursday which the White House says has been debunked. U.S. Attorney David Weiss in Delaware said he is willing to testify before the House panel down the road. Hunter Biden will appear for his plea hearing next week.

The frying pan is hot but will the old tea bag Hunter story make real tea?

The bacon is cooking, and the story looks good, but a deeper look suggests that the GOP gets no feast on the Hunter Biden reveal.

“Of course, agents are annoyed with go-easy plea deals. But sometimes prosecutors need to dodge the possibility of losing what even looks like a slam dunk case, but where evidence is documentary only,” noted an investigator queried.

“Such a loss could happen and that would be worse. Hunter Biden and his dad and friends got away with $millions and that is hard to swallow. So, vote accordingly this time, America, like you should have done the last time. America went from an awful president in 2017 to a human rights fiasco warmongering presidency in 2021, and the new guy is stupid as dirt to be caught up in such an influence peddling racket—I mean his kid pled guilty so that says it all—and that set of crimes and your voting for these ‘tards is not the prosecutor’s fault,” commented Beverley Baldock, a RINJ Women  human rights investigator in Afghanistan.

“Unless it’s Donald Trump, Americans are not likely to see a dramatic arrest of a high-profile political person any time soon. For Donald Trump, the biggest mistake he made was failing to hold the reins of power and for Joe Biden, his luckiest day in life was winning the Democrat nomination for 2020 against all odds,” Monique Deslaurier, U.S. executive director for The RINJ Foundation added.

Video above: Title image is a capture of a Russian extremist website spewing talking points and articles for thousands of Russian trolls to post online years ago. Stories about Hunter Biden have plenty of embellishments. Video content is a pair of I.R.S. seniors speaking to America from the U.S. Congress where they shared mostly opinion.  RT covers the story as a matter-of-fact but the rest of the Russian media plays it up as the old wet tea bag getting dunked again. The American media is in a Hunter-Biden-Frenzy  while CNN is in 24/7 defending-Hunter-mode.

The I.R.S. Special Agents  are men grieving over their investigation being set aside by an allegedly light plea deal. Gary Shapely, I.R.S. Whistleblower, is an I.R.S. Supervisory Special Agent on the Hunter Biden Case. He claims his work was interfered with. He said he believes “special counsel is necessary for this investigation.” Most cops commenting on the story say it is completely normal for an investigator to be angry at plea deals that result in their immensely difficult work never seeing a courtroom.

Joseph Ziegler, IRS Whistle-Blower:

“It appeared to me, based on what I experienced, that the U.S. attorney in Delaware in our investigation was constantly hamstrung, limited, and marginalized by DOJ officials, as well as other U.S. attorneys. I still think that a special counsel is necessary for this investigation.”

“As the special agent on this case, I thought the felony charges were well supported,” Mr. Ziegler told the nation.

Gary Shapely, I.R.S. Supervisory Special Agent

“There should not be a two-track justice system based on who you are and who you’re connected to,” said Mr. Shapley. “Yet in this case, there was.”

Mr. Hunter Biden made a deal with the Justice Department for a guilty plea to two misdemeanor tax charges and forgiveness terms on a separate gun charge.

Investigators recommended felony charges against Hunter Biden, they told the country this week.

Hunter Biden matter is a dead horse for GOP. People are sick of hearing about this. It’s not going to go a different route.

“The GOP, the Dems and their TV entertainment networks batting for them are so caught up in partisan politics—with the ‘January 6 insurrection’, ‘Trump documents’, ‘Biden documents’, ‘Hunter Biden tax evasion and money laundering’—Washington has long ago forgotten about good public policy for the betterment of the American people. It’s all about vote fetching within select communities. Muck raking is all today’s federal politicians think about, talk about, political winning and personal gains,” said Monique Deslaurier from Calais, Maine. She is the U.S. executive director for The RINJ Foundation, women’s rights NGO.

Joe Biden is another Biff Tanen

“A change is needed if America is going to stop its downward spiral in the global scene. We can’t keep muscling everyone using our military the way Joe Biden is behaving,” Ms. Deslauriers added.

“And the Republicans are driving everyone crazy. What do they stand for? Beating a horse in 2023 is horrid enough of itself, but beating a dead horse is a certain madness that got labelled in the 1870s and this group of Republican politicians has its collective head buried in a time before that,” she added. “They don’t get it. People have heard enough nonsense.”

Joe Biden may be Biff TanenPhoto:  “Joe Biden behaves like a fictional character out of a great classic film series. But Biden is not a great actor. He is a tainted character,” notes Ms. Deslauriers. Photo credit: Fictional character ‘Biff Tannen‘ in ‘Back to the Future‘ courtesy Universal Studios (Fair Use)

“Joe Biden is the essence of that fictional character ‘Biff Tannen‘ in the ‘Back to the Future‘ trilogy. Biden has actually bragged about his extortions and influence muscling and he does it every day with nuclear missiles all over Europe; an 80 warhead nuclear submarine in the harbour in South Korea; military bases all over the Philippines to fight a war with China; cluster bombs and F-16s in Ukraine to kill Donbass citizens;

Joe Biden’s 2020 Ukrainian nightmare: A closed probe is revived

Two years after leaving office, Joe Biden couldn’t resist the temptation to brag to an audience of foreign policy specialists about the time as vice president that he strong-armed Ukraine into firing its top prosecutor.

In his own words, with video cameras rolling, he threatened Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko in March 2016 that the Obama administration would pull $1 billion in U.S. loan guarantees, sending the former Soviet republic toward insolvency, if it didn’t immediately fire Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin.

“I said, ‘You’re not getting the billion.’ I’m going to be leaving here in, I think it was about six hours. I looked at them and said: ‘I’m leaving in six hours. If the prosecutor is not fired, you’re not getting the money,’” Biden recalled telling Poroshenko.

“Well, son of a bitch, he got fired. And they put in place someone who was solid at the time,” Biden told a Council on Foreign Relations event, insisting that President Obama was in on the threat.

Citing: “Joe Biden’s 2020 Ukrainian nightmare: A closed probe is revived | The Hill