It Sure Looks Like Hunter Biden’s Sexcapades Broke Federal Law – Opinion

By now, you’ve probably seen some of the material recovered from Hunter Biden’s iCloud backup, and if you haven’t, I wouldn’t recommend seeking it out. The stuff on it is as grotesque and disturbed as you’d imagine, and in many cases, explicitly so.

Hunter Biden believed he was a crack-smoking pornstar. He used escort service to get women for his depraved dreams. Whether those services (one of which was Russian) crossed legal boundaries into human trafficking isn’t known. Still, prostitution is illegal, and the president’s son paid $30,000 to escorts over just a five-month period. Is that where the money came from? Joe Biden is the only one who has this money, I’ve reported previously.

Regardless, it sure looks like Hunter Biden’s sexcapades broke federal law. Why? He allegedly trafficked prostitutes between states.

Prosecutors may have a case for federal prostitution offenses against Hunter Biden, according to documents, texts and videos that show he spent a staggering $30,000 on escorts in a five-month period…

…Texts from Hunter’s iPhone also show him handwriting checks disguised as medical services to escorts supplied by Moreva, whose website offers a ‘girlfriend experience’ with prostitutes as young as 20.

Some of Hunter’s hooker payments came just hours after he received thousands of dollars from his father.

Videos and pictures show Hunter helping transport those prostitutes over state lines for a debauched night with him – a potential federal offense.

I’m not sure there’s any “potential” about it. Hunter Biden’s actions do seem to have violated the Mann Act. This law prohibits women from being transported across state borders for prostitution. At this point, it’s really more of a question of whether the DOJ is willing to do anything about it. Given Hunter Biden’s father oversees that department, I wouldn’t hold your breath on AG Merrick Garland making any big moves.

Regardless, potential illegality involving prostitutes may be the least of Hunter Biden’s worries. As CBS News’ Catherine Herridge shared last week, the federal investigation into the First Son spans multiple serious topics, from money laundering to tax fraud. The prosecution may find it unnecessary to bring charges against him for sexual deviancy.

Of course, that’s if the US attorney in Delaware, David Weiss, who is handling the case has the backbone to see this through. You can bet he’s going to get (and probably already has gotten) some serious pressure to let this go as things escalate. Is he going to stand firm, even in the face possible retribution? I don’t have the answer to that, but I certainly hope he understands the gravity of this moment and why it is imperative that the president not be allowed to protect his son.

American justice has been known for its corruption, favoring certain political and monetary classes. Hunter Biden has not been sent to jail yet because his father is not in the picture. The DOJ could have some credibility if they actually followed the law and pursue Hunter Biden like any other individual.

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