We live in a time when justice is taking a vacation. The Durham probe? For naught or at least too late to matter. Democrat election corruption? Ignored. Hunter Biden selling access to his father? Par for the course in 2021. And Hunter Biden is going to get away with it. Just like all those who used government to try and stop Trump in 2016 and those who perpetrated election fraud in 2020, Biden will face no consequences for his actions. Get used to it and stop waiting for justice. It’s not coming, not anytime soon if at all. On Biden’s story, FNC’s Gregg Jarrett fills us in on the particulars.

Jarrett: “In the pantheon of scammers, swindlers, and scoundrels Hunter Biden is a rock star. He is a grifter extraordinaire –a shameless hustler who has established a lucrative career running a myriad of cons and capers. Hunter made millions of dollars from foreign entities by leveraging the name “Biden.” Now he’s running a new con by peddling a memoir that promises candor about his scandalous behavior. Except that it doesn’t really. The truth about important events is scrupulously massaged or avoided altogether. As tell-all books go, this one is a charade. It’s an encyclopedia of evasions, deceptions, and inventions. What did you expect from an author who is a notorious charlatan?

“In most of Hunter’s illicit schemes, his ‘marks’ or prey have been overseas corporations located in countries where his father, Joe Biden, was in charge of U.S. foreign policy directives as vice president during his eight years in the Obama administration. It is obvious those businesses thought they were buying access to the elder Biden or outright influence and protection. Some were fleeced. But others appear to have spent their money well. For instance, Hunter pocketed roughly $85,000 a month from Burisma, a Ukrainian company that was being investigated for corruption. He had zero experience, no discernible qualifications, and spoke not a word of the language. No matter. When his dad threatened to withhold a billion dollars in U.S. taxpayer money, the lead Ukrainian prosecutor was sacked and the probe magically vanished. Mission accomplished. Maybe Hunter should have asked for more cash –a performance bonus.

“The $4 million Burisma hustle constitutes compelling evidence that Joe Biden used the powers of his high office and taxpayer money to take action that benefited a foreign company that was paying his son. Is that criminal? It could be because it is a felony for a public official to confer a benefit to a foreign government (a billion dollars in financial assistance, for example) in exchange for something of value to himself or a relative. Anyone (like Hunter) who aids or abets would be guilty of being an accessory, not to mention conspiracy.

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“The China scam is harder to unravel. A trove of incriminating evidence found on Hunter’s abandoned laptop indicates that both Bidens stood to gain handsomely in a secret deal with China’s largest energy company, CEFC. Payments in terms of ’20’ for ‘H’ and ’10 held by H for the big guy’ are identified in one smoking-gun message.  The veracity of that communication was long ago confirmed by Fox News. Tony Bobulinksi who revealed that he was recruited to be CEO in the deal has stated publicly that Joe was the ‘big guy.’ ” The big guy sits in the White House and will keep his money. So will his son Hunter. Deal with it.

This piece was written by David Kamioner on April 7, 2021. It originally appeared in LifeZette and is used by permission.

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