In September 2019 then-presidential candidate Joe Biden claimed that he never discussed business with his son Hunter, who had leveraged the family name to rake in overseas cash from Chinese Communists and Ukrainian energy interests. “I have never spoken to my son about his overseas business dealings,” Biden said. “Here’s what I know. Trump should be investigated.”
Trump, of course, was the target of numerous criminal and journalistic investigations. One would imagine that the mounting evidence that Biden not only knew Hunter was selling influence but that he may have benefited financially would spark a cursory journalistic curiosity.