Scuttled plea deal shows Hunter Biden got $4.9 million from foreign sources in 2017-2018 alone

By Jen Krausz on
 August 7, 2023

The U.S. Attorney's Office in Delaware has released the text of a now-scuttled plea deal with Hunter Biden showing that he received millions of dollars from foreign sources, including China, in just 2017 and 2018.

The plea agreement, which fell apart when the judge in the case realized it included blanket immunity from all past and future crimes, proved the truth of reporting found in Peter Schweizer's book Red Handed, revelations published by Just the News, and congressional investigations dating back to 2020.

The evidence regarding payouts from Chinese state-owned companies has led to questions about whether President Joe Biden was influenced to allow a Chinese spy balloon to fly across U.S. airspace or to not shut down an FBI program meant to root out spies from higher learning institutions.

The main question is whether the president can be considered "compromised" due to the money paid to his family.

The payouts to Hunter Biden became part of the indictment because he didn't pay taxes on the money at the time.

He actually owed $2.2 million until a benefactor paid the bill, but the plea would have let him off with a misdemeanor because the investigation dragged on until the statute of limitations on more serious crimes had been allowed to run.