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  1. again all those who do wrong need to be held responsible…but please also be aware, that others have done similarly and worse in sight of all and also need to be held accountable…

  2. good for joe biden for leaving the two attorneys alone. if hunter did something wrong, hunter should be held to account for that.

    1. @daddy12 Fox and that Dominion caper. Hahahaha. That didn’t work out so well. Hahaha. Fox. Hahahaha.

    2. @Nancy J … Yeeeeeeah, 2weeks, like Trump’s Healthcare Bill. There was an Infrastructure Month but no Bill.. 🤣🤣🤣🤣

  3. If he broke the law he has to pay the price. If he didn’t do anything wrong, he has nothing to worry about.

    1. @George ruiz Most!!! 3 words for you ” global financial crisis “. Nobody went to prison! Nobody! And they almost destroyed the world’s economy. Wait a minute. The working class bailed them out and they gave themselves bonuses. I don’t think you believe what you typed. I think you need to.

    2. And as long as the peasants keep lashing at each other with partisan bickering instead of going after those in positions of power, nothing will change.

  4. The question is what are we going to do about it,it seems that all branches of government are rotten to their core

  5. Hopefully this goes for everybody that breaks the law, especially in these days and time. Our current doj is very weak or full of crap.

  6. If investigators can’t figure out in four years if a crime has occurred, then they all need to be fired for gross incompetence…

  7. Those ‘investigations’ take years and are rarely resolved for the politically and financially connected. The appeals process is interesting. People are probably still ‘investigating’ Watergate ? Apparently it’s just ‘lip service’ to protect some jobs. I imagine if people are complicit or were coerced they will do their best to hide that ?

  8. But could this be an effort to cover all the angles in the case so they can close it before the midterms?
    By “Steam” I’m guessing they mean more manpower.

    I can’t imagine anyone wanting to face Comeys dilemma.

  9. I heard once that the legal system (legislative, judicial and even executive branches of government) is composed of well paid (therefore rich) people to protect the uber rich from the poor.

    1. @Nancy Ross I can certainly agree with that. He is a despicable human being. Can’t believe he might actually run again… it’s insane to me that people are able to look passed his character. I would rather have a president with decent human values lead the country astray than have a president who does a great job but sets a standard of inhumane values. I am just beyond belief that these are our only options.

  10. What about the “Big Guy”? “Come on man.” If you’re going to do it. Do it right. As long as the statute of limitations does not run out. Sentence him after Biden is out of office.

  11. Doesn’t she mean “the big guy” isn’t being investigated in relation to his son’s dealings?

    1. The reference to ‘The Big Guy’ is the I.R.S.
      Hunter was talking about reserving that money for paying his taxes, ya dummies.

  12. Hunter receiving huge constant sums of money on an industry, field, area he knows nothing about screams of suspicious activity.
    In an interview even Hunter cannot explain like any normal person would regarding their job as to what he gives to his employers in exchange for his remuneration.
    The fact captured on video he concedes he would not be employed by the company if not for his father (not on his own merit) does not bode well.

    1. Hmmm, kinda like trump paying his relatives millions of tax payer dollars for doing jobs they did not know how to do. . Phht.

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