From 2015 until present, several federal agencies were alerted to suspicious activity and potential criminal activities by Hunter Biden, President Joe Biden’s son. Each time, the allegations did not result in any consequences for the first son.
The pattern – over eight years and three separate presidential administrations – has some in Congress now seeing a protection racket.
“Every time some agency — whether it be the IRS, whether it be the FBI — whomever started to investigate. I don’t know if it’s for fear of embarrassing Joe Biden or for fear that it would eventually lead to Joe Biden. But for whatever reason, some deep state actor steps in and says, ‘Stand down, call it off,’” House Oversight and Accountability Committee Chairman James Comer told Just the News last week.
“Well, there’s two things we’re investigating; the Biden crime, and the Biden crime cover-up. And the cover-up continues to grow and expand,” he added during an interview with the Just the News, No Noise television show. “..This cover-up has been going on for a long time.”
Here is a summary of the dates, players and agencies in that timeline:
May 2015: Morgan Stanley bankers flag transactions, reports concerns to regulators
Just the News revealed last week that two whistleblowers from Morgan Stanley flagged suspicious transactions involving Devon Archer and Rosemont Seneca—of which Hunter Biden was a partner—and brought their concerns to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Their presentation included photos and a dossier on Hunter Biden.
The internal report and subsequent report to the SEC is one of the earliest official warnings inside the banking industry and U.S. government Morgan Stanley crafted a bank compliance presentation in the spring of 2015 after becoming aware of the suspicious activities surrounding Rosemont Seneca. Morgan Stanley sought to flag suspicious activity in a scheme that involved fraudulent Native American tribal bonds. The transaction structure described by Morgan Stanley contained numerous entities and individuals with ties to Hunter Biden, including Devon Archer, Rosemont Seneca, and Burnham Financial Group.
The presentation said the structure created by these individuals and groups “offered no clear economics, or purpose.” Additionally, “Due diligence on involved parties reveals less than clean records,” the presentation added.
You can view the presentation here.
The presentation addressed elements of Hunter Biden’s background, some of which was a cause for concern, including his expulsion from the Navy for drug use, his work with Devon Archer on the board of Burisma, and a past lawsuit from 2008 in which Hunter Biden and his uncle James Biden were accused of defrauding a former business partner.