Hunter Biden, son of President Joe Biden, has been under investigation since 2018, yet no charges have been brought against him or the Biden family. Attorney General Merrick Garland has been accused of jumping through hoops and failing to bring a case against the younger Biden. With allegations of drug use, prostitution, and millions of dollars exchanged between Hunter, his father, and brother, James, many are questioning the lack of indictments.
The issue has become increasingly controversial, especially given the revelation of Hunter’s laptops and the gun he threw into a dumpster. President Biden has repeatedly denied any involvement in his son’s business dealings, despite evidence suggesting otherwise.
Critics argue that the lack of indictments against the Biden family points to a two-tier system of investigations, where those in power are given preferential treatment. The situation has sparked a wider debate about the role of the justice system in holding the powerful accountable, as well as the need for transparency and fairness in investigations.