Watchdog: Hunter Biden ‘Scandal Is Not Going Away,’ There’s ‘Strong Evidence of Criminal Misconduct’
There is “strong evidence” that Hunter Biden’s business activities in Ukraine amount to “criminal misconduct,” Tom Fitton, the president of the government watchdog group Judicial Watch, recently said, echoing President Donal Trump’s personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani.
In an interview with One America News (OAN), Fitton added that the scandal surrounding the dealings of the former vice president’s son in Ukraine “is not going away,” Real Clear Politics noted over the weekend.
Fitton’s comments came in response to OAN asking him about the ongoing Bidens-Ukraine investigation spearheaded by Senate Finance Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-IA) and Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee Chairman Ron Johnson (R-WI).
Referring to the probe, Fitton told OAN:
This is the sort of basic investigative work that frankly the Department of Justice should also be doing as well given the strong evidence of criminal misconduct by at least Hunter Biden. … The Democrats have failed to distract sensible people from the in your face corruption that has emerged. The evidence that emerged wasn’t misconduct about President [Donald] Trump, but problems with Joe Biden and his son Hunter.
Hunter’s business dealings in Ukraine were at the center of the Democrats’ failed effort to impeach and remove Trump.
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