Special Counsel David Weiss announced on Thursday that he charged Hunter Biden with three new felony counts of tax evasion and six misdemeanor counts of failure to pay taxes.
The charges did not mention any punishment for the president’s son over his role in the Biden family’s international influence-peddling scheme but they did offer more details about the lavish lifestyle that payments from foreign oligarchs fueled for the youngest Biden.
Financial documents included in the 56-page indictment show Hunter had plenty of money to spend but chose to waste millions on an “extravagant lifestyle” instead of paying his “fair share in taxes,” making alimony payments to his ex-wife, or sending money to his fourth child Navy Joan Roberts.
Weiss’ charging document specifically states that Hunter “continually stonewalled the production of financial records” to both his ex-wife and his baby mama in an attempt to avoid paying them.
The nature of Hunter’s latest charges should anger President Joe Biden who has a long history of insisting that the “super wealthy” need to pay their taxes.
The Democrat campaigned on the rhetoric during the 2020 race, repeated the mantra several times after taking office, and even used it during the rally to kick off his 2024…