Hunter Biden prosecutor declined any moves the investigation earlier revealed
Last summer, Delaware federal officials investigating Hunter Biden ran into a dilemma. The investigation got so far that prosecutors could apply for search warrants and issue a number of subpoenas from the grand jury. Some of the officers involved in the case wanted to do just that. Others urged caution. They advised Delaware Attorney General David Weiss not to take any action that might alert the public to the existence of the problem in the middle of the presidential election.
Since taking office, President Joe Biden has left David Weiss - a Republican appointed by Donald Trump on the recommendation of two Democratic Senators from Delaware - in office. That puts him in one of the most sensitive positions in the Justice Department as he decides how to proceed with an investigation into the president's son, who has been shown to be politically tainted on several fronts.
July 16, 2021