Even CBS has admitted that Hunter may not quite be out of the woods on these investigations into his probable criminal behavior. Left-wing reporter Catherine Herridge hit the air on Tuesday and insisted that “This may just be the beginning.” “I can tell you having covered this for several years, now, that this is likely to be a very controversial plea agreement,” Herridge said during a special report on the news of Hunter’s deals. “Especially with Republicans on Capitol Hill. Over the last few years — not only in the House but in the Senate — their investigators have raised very serious questions about these business deals with Chinese nationals as well as this Ukraine energy firm, Burisma. And then more recently we’ve had whistleblowers come forward — an IRS whistleblower spoke on the record with CBS News — as well as whistleblowers from the Justice Department had gone to Capitol Hill complaining that this investigation has been slow walked, and that standard investigative procedures have not been followed.” “So, this may just be the beginning of the story in many respects,” Herridge concluded.
Ep. 5 As in most of the developing world, it’s safer to be the president’s son than his opponent. pic.twitter.com/AtRRaxYSjs— Tucker Carlson (@TuckerCarlson) June 20, 2023
Certainly, it remains to be seen if these investigations into Hunter Biden will fade away resulting in no serious consequences and if these light slaps on his wrist will remain his only comeuppance. But there are far more serious charges lurking that may be filed against him in the near future. We shall have to wait and see if there really is a two-tiered justice system after all. This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.
CBS: Hunter Biden’s plea agreement “likely to be very controversial” as congressional investigations raise “very serious questions about [Biden’s] business deals with Chinese nationals, as well as this Ukraine energy firm, Burisma.”“This may just be the beginning.” pic.twitter.com/9IL1slPJij — RNC Research (@RNCResearch) June 20, 2023