The DOJ Could Be Hiding Important Information Linking Hunter Biden to China, Russia, and Ukraine

A few months ago, Colorado Lawyer Kevin Evans sued the DOJ for failing to comply with his Freedom of Information Act request. He claims that they are in possession of at least 400 documents that tie Hunter Biden to Russia, Ukraine, and China. The DOJ has now decided not to reveal the information.

Covering for Hunter

Emails that were discovered on Hunter Biden's laptop allegedly revealed that he and his uncle James were making multi-million dollar deals overseas with Chinese oil giants. Hunter has also been connected to Ukranian energy company Burisma.

The issue with all of this, is that Joe Biden claimed to have no involvement or knowledge about his son's overseas dealings. But evidence points toward Joe being involved in at least one of the deals.

Republicans have vowed to continue the investigation into both Hunter and Joe as soon as they are able to take full control of the House.

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Someone's Lying

Government lawyers allegedly acknowledged that the 400 documents do, in fact, exist and that they are “potentially relevant” to the Hunter Biden debacle. However, the DOJ is now refusing to confirm nor deny the existence of said documents and refused to hand them over to Evans when he requested them.

“They eventually produced about 60 pages of documents, but they're all letters from senators and congressmen asking about Hunter, and letters from DOJ back,” he said. “Then towards the end of last year they said: ‘well we have these 400 pages of potentially responsive documents, we need to review them. In March I filed suit, and before Magistrate Judge Michael Hegarty they made the same representation: they've done a thorough search, they've uncovered 400 potentially responsive documents,”

He continued, “I'm quite confident that they will move for summary judgment on the privacy exemptions under FOIA in an effort to avoid having to produce these documents. But I don't think they should in this instance, particularly when they've disclosed and put on the record that potentially responsive documents exist.”

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