Lawsuit Launched Against DOJ For Failure On Hunter Biden

America First Legal (AFL) has filed a lawsuit against the Justice Department and Attorney General Merrick Garland for failing to require Hunter Biden to register as a foreign agent.

Hunter Biden was paid $3.8 million in consultancy fees and a $1 million legal retainer by CEFC China Energy Co., a business connected to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP). Hunter Biden informed Tony Bobulinski, a whistleblower, two months later that he had no intention of registering as a foreign agent for CEFC.

Hunter Biden also received an $83,000 monthly compensation as a Ukrainian energy business Burisma Holdings board member.

AFL claimed that Attorney General Garland disregarded the law regarding Hunter’s FARA waiver and failed to enforce appropriate registration.

Federal law prohibits anyone from acting as foreign principals’ agents without submitting a registration statement to the Attorney General, as required. Any required supplements are included in this. The AFL said that the Biden administration did not meet this condition.

Hunter’s involvement in a phone discussion between his father, the vice president at the time, and the previous president of Ukraine, Petro Poroshenko, is further supported by email communication made public by the National Archives. 

According to U.S. Attorney Damian Williams for the Southern District of New York, Gal Luft, a dual citizen of the United States and Israel, was indicted earlier this month for failing to register as a foreign agent. According to reports, Luft participated in American politics for Chinese citizens and the Chinese energy corporation CEFC.

Hunter Biden appears to have benefited from his privileged access and position, according to a statement made by Gene Hamilton, vice president and general counsel of America First Legal.

According to Hamilton, the Attorney General must ensure that Hunter Biden complies with the Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA) and exposes his activities on behalf of foreign organizations.

Hunter Biden has not experienced the same repercussions as Luft for his lucrative business relationships with those parties. His commercial dealings with CEFC and Ye Jianming, the organization’s previous chairman, have been well-known for a while.

The Biden family frequently used its power and connections to advance foreign interests over those of the United States. By enabling Hunter to sidestep formal legal processes and escape responsibility, the DOJ continues to uphold a double standard. 

Given the many occurrences of such behavior, many individuals think that the FBI needs comprehensive reform and restructuring to solve its ideologically biased policies.