The Ohio lawmaker asked whether Secretary Yellen is as concerned about Hunter’s art sales as she is with the bank accounts of average Americans.
A new Hunter Biden bombshell comes amid reports that the 51-year-old businessman-turned-artist shared a joint bank account with his then-Vice President’s father, Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, questioning why Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen is avoiding the IRS. The plan is to ignore such reports by monitoring the bulk of the average American’s $600-or-more transactions.
“Granthshala News Primetime,” host Jesse Waters quoted a daily mail report Information on a controversial laptop allegedly left by Hunter at a Wilmington computer repair store points to a joint account between father and son.
the report states Emails show the two paid each other’s bills, helped with the donation of Senate papers to the University of Delaware, and that one of Hunter’s Rosemont Seneca business partners, Eric Schwerin, worked on the elder Biden’s taxes.
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Hunter Biden also complained that “half” of his salary went into the “pop”—as stated in an alleged text between Hunter and his now-27-year-old daughter, Naomi.
“I hope you all can do what I did and pay for everything I did for this whole family for 30 years. It’s really hard. But don’t worry, unlike Pop, I can’t give you half my salary.” Give,” purported texts said.
Waters played a clip of Yellen defending his support for the IRS policy, saying that Americans who already file W-2s take advantage of their personal financial data to the IRS, while “high-income individuals “Has “opaque sources of income” that are not reported. .
Waters asked Jordan if he believed the Bidens reported all of their transactions to the IRS, citing bill payments in the Mail report.
“I doubt it. But if I can figure it out, don’t you think the Fed can too?” He asked.
Jordan responded that Hunter Biden has been paid millions of dollars by Ukrainian, Russian and Chinese sources, and wondered whether those funds were part of a joint account with Joe Biden.
“Ten percent to Big Guy – from that now famous email,” he said. “Maybe the IRS can figure out if they weren’t so busy with what my mom spent in her bank account last week — that’s how mindless it gets.”
Jordan continued, “That’s the scary part. That’s where the Left wants to go.”
The Republican lawmaker described the Democratic Left as going on a multi-pronged effort to rein in the individual liberties and autonomy of Americans, with the Justice Department noting Dr. Anthony Fauci’s continued COVID-19 restrictions as “giving up his freedom for the greater good”. Now the school will try to keep an eye on the parents in the board meetings.
“And the IRS now says that every transaction is $600 or more, we want to know about it. This is a scary place where the Left is trying to take us, and of course Biden’s simultaneous involvement on this …”
Jordan said the White House has continued to reject an investigation into the $75,000 Hunter Biden paintings being marketed by the Manhattan-based Georges Burgess Gallery in recent days.
“They sold … five of them – are they going to look into that? Or will they be so busy finding out what my mother-in-law spent in her bank account? I mean, it’s crazy. But this is where the Left goes. It’s about controlling, and limiting freedom, and I’m very nervous about where they want to take the country.”