Joe Biden got sick to his stomach after reading this report about his son

Hunter Biden

Scandals are piling up for the Biden administration. Many of them from within the Biden family.

And Joe Biden just got sick to his stomach after reading this stunning report about his son.

Currently, Hunter Biden’s alleged criminal behavior is the subject of a lengthy federal investigation.

Since the New York Post initially revealed the existence of Hunter Biden’s infamous “laptop from hell” and revealed the family’s alleged influence-peddling plot, more than two years had passed.

Even in the initial report, it was stated that the laptop had been in the FBI’s hands for more than a year.

However, the President’s son has still not been charged after three years.

But a recent NBC News report suggests that might be about to change.

Federal prosecutors are considering charging Hunter Biden with four crimes: a felony tax evasion charge, a potential felony weapon charge, and two misdemeanors for failing to file taxes, according to two persons with knowledge of the situation who spoke to NBC News.

The potential felony firearm charge stems from his choice to falsify federal forms relating to a firearm he bought in 2018, indicating he was not under the influence of any illegal drugs despite openly admitting in videos discovered on his infamous “laptop from hell” and in his memoir that he was most definitely addicted to crack cocaine at the time.

Of course, this is nothing new, as those who have been paying attention may have noticed.

As a matter of fact, the Washington Post reported in October that federal prosecutors were considering those same charges against Hunter Biden at the time.

Two senior law enforcement sources reportedly stated in the NBC News story that there was “growing frustration” within the FBI over the fact that Hunter Biden had not yet been charged with any crimes.

It’s interesting that those sources claimed the IRS inquiry and the FBI probe against Hunter Biden were both finished over a year ago.

The final decision over whether to file charges against the younger Biden will be made by Delaware’s U.S. Attorney David Weiss, who just so happens to have been chosen by former President Donald Trump.

But why hasn’t a Trump-appointed prosecutor already closed the case if both investigations have been concluded for at least a year and there is “growing frustration” in the Bureau that no charges have been brought?

Obviously, no one should ever be charged unless there is proof that proves their guilt beyond a reasonable doubt, according to the prosecution.

And if there was no evidence of wrongdoing, it’s hard to believe there would be “growing frustration” at the FBI that no charges had been brought against Hunter Biden.

In addition, a recent IRS agent who said that the federal investigation into Hunter Biden was tainted by deceit and politics came out requesting whistleblower protections.

The potential whistleblower was identified in a letter from the agent’s attorney, Mark Lytle, to congressional leaders from both parties as a “IRS criminal supervisory special agent” who had already made “legally protected disclosures internally at the IRS through counsel to the U.S. Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration, and to the Department of Justice, Office of Inspector General.”

The IRS agent, however, now requests whistleblower protection in order to speak out about the situation because of “serious risks of retaliation.”

No matter how you look at it, the Biden crime family is in serious trouble.