Oversight of the Hunter Biden investigation could hang in the balance.

Source: Richard Moorhead

Georgia Republican Senator Kelly Loeffler called for the Department of Justice to appoint a Special Counsel to oversee the ongoing money laundering, tax fraud and corruption investigation into Hunter Biden on Christmas Eve.

Joe Biden has laughed off suggestions that his Department of Justice won’t be an impartial arbiter of the law in investigating his son, falsely likening reports of Biden family corruption to “Russian disinformation.” Biden’s description of the investigation, which reportedly is probing his troubled son’s overseas business dealings, raise serious ethical questions about his impartiality in overseeing a Department of Justice actively investigating the situation.

Attorney General Bill Barr previously dismissed the notion of appointing a Special Counsel to investigate the younger Biden, but Barr has since resigned from the DOJ. Acting Attorney General Jeffrey Rosen is reportedly more amenable that suggestions a Special Counsel is needed to oversee the politically sensitive investigation.

Released emails have demonstrate that Joe Biden was provided with talking points by the US Ambassador to Ukraine to dismiss his son’s involvement with Burisma, an oil company owned by an oligarch investigated by the US and UK governments by financial fraud. Biden famously bragged about his efforts to fire a prosecutor who was investigating Burisma, simply ignoring his own son’s lucrative and insider employment with the company.

Loeffler is up for election in a critical Georgia Senate runoff on January 5th, facing radical anti-white leftist minister Raphael Warnock. Warnock has refused to provide comment in response to the publication of police bodycam footage, in which his ex-wife accuses him of running her over with a car.