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House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan grilled Attorney General Merrick Garland during a hearing, demanding answers as to why the Justice Department allowed potential charges against Hunter Biden to expire. Here are the key points:
Jordan questioned why the DOJ allowed the statute of limitations to lapse on any potential tax crimes committed by Hunter Biden during his time at Burisma, a Ukrainian company.
Garland deflected the questions and referred to future statements by Special Counsel David Weiss.
Jordan highlighted Hunter Biden’s questionable business dealings with Burisma and alleged that President Biden, then Vice President, intervened to have a prosecutor investigating the company fired.
Jordan pressed Garland on why the DOJ allowed the statute of limitations to lapse and who made the decision.
Jim Jordan grills AG Garland over allowing Hunter Biden’s potential Burisma charges to ‘lapse’
During a hearing, House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan confronted Attorney General Merrick Garland about the Justice Department’s handling of potential charges against Hunter Biden related to his involvement with Burisma. Jordan questioned why the statute of limitations was allowed to expire and who made the decision. Garland deflected the questions and referred to future statements by Special Counsel David Weiss. Jordan emphasized Hunter Biden’s questionable business dealings and alleged interference by President Biden. The issue of the statute of limitations remained unresolved.
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