WASHINGTON (TND) — Grenades from another one of Hunter Biden’s devices are possibly on the way.
The Secret Service confirmed Monday that they are aware of a potential hack into the president's son's iCloud account. Some alleged content has already been posted online through the site 4chan.
Suspicions are now arising that Google was censoring search engine results as Hunter Biden-related news broke Monday. Multiple users posted photos on Twitter of fruitless searches.
The Daily Mail reported Hunter Biden may face federal prostitution charges for bringing three escorts from Boston to New York for a “fun night” that may actually classify as a federal offense: transporting prostitutes across state lines. Hunter’s escorts often have ties to Russia, reports indicate.
Timelines show he would pay for these services after receiving large money wires from his dad. No evidence shows President Joe Biden knew how Hunter spent that money.
Another controversy emerged involving the president, his son and the sale of nearly a million barrels from the American Strategic Oil Reserve to China.
“Literally giving away our emergency supplies and we’re not seeing the gain from that,” said Sen. James Lankford, R-Okla. “We need to increase supply here in the United States and not give away our reserves.”
A private equity firm previously tied to Hunter Biden has a $1.7 billion stake in the Chinese state-owned company the Biden administration sold oil to.
“It is another example of how bad things really smell with all the other issues around Hunter Biden, and that he has a finger in all these different areas whether it be Ukraine or whether it be China,” Lankford said.
How Hunter Biden got high-up positions in these companies remains unclear. Critics argue that his connections had more value than his talent.
“I think the American people deserve the truth on this because Joe Biden is certainly compromised,” Sen. Ron Johnson, R-Wis., told Fox News.
The Department of Justice is still assessing if they have the evidence to bring charges against Hunter Biden for alleged tax crimes.
Republicans, seemingly annoyed with the Justice Department’s slow response, are poised to investigate Hunter Biden's activities if they take control of Congress in November.