"[President] Joe Biden committed multiple felonies as a co-conspirator in an international Biden family fraud and racketeering scheme. There is no reasonable doubt that [the] president was an active participant in an unlawful international influence peddling scheme," he alleged.
"Whatever you may think about [former] President Donald Trump for his recent federal indictment, the speed of the investigation and the breadth of the indictment is breathtaking compared to the inaction for comparable crimes allegedly committed by Hillary Clinton."
The former national security adviser zeroed in on the Department of Justice's "incredible slow walking of the investigation of Hunter Biden and Attorney General Merrick Garland's refusal to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate Joe's role in the Biden family's international influence-peddling scheme." (Related: Biden crime family profited from influence peddling, received $10 million from China and other countries.)
"It was reported recently that Hunter will plead guilty to two tax misdemeanors; defer a gun reporting offense with no prison time; and [be given] the right to have his record partially expunged after two years. Good thing Hunter is a White dude and being the son of a president also helps."
Flynn noted that no matter where their political leanings are, Americans should be subject to equally fierce investigations and prosecutions or they should all be subjected to neither. He took note of the provision that every American is entitled to a presumption of innocence – something that isn't observed when it comes to conservatives supporting Trump.
He concluded his video by calling on "Americans of every stripe, faith and class" to "wake up to the fact that we have two completely different sets of laws" in the country.
"Worldview Report" host Brannon Howse put in his two cents on Flynn's video, which he played on his program. He quoted the former general who talked about the government's use of the Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA) to go after him and four other Trump associates. According to Flynn, FARA was ignored in the cases of Hunter's activities in Ukraine and China.
Howse also cited in his program an article by renowned constitutional attorney Jonathan Turley. According to the law professor, Hunter may have been the Biden crime family's designated defendant ever since Joe stepped inside 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Turley said in his piece that throughout the years of the Biden crime family's influence peddling and involvement in bribes amounting to millions of dollars, Joe's second son has remained the frontman. Hunter even complained to his daughter about him being named as a defendant.
"It's really hard, but don't worry," said Hunter. "Unlike Pop [Joe], I won't make you give me half your salary."
Howse agreed with the legal analyst's remarks, adding that the presidential son is "expected to face accountability for these dealings."
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This video is from the Worldview Report channel on Brighteon.com.