Attorney General William Barr must appoint a special counsel to investigate all of Hunter Biden’s shady money deals in China and the Ukraine before daddy moves into the White House. 

Because if the barn door slams shut on the Trump administration and nothing is in place, law enforcement will have missed the only opportunity to discover the extent of the Biden family business, cash for influence. 

U.S. Rep. Ken Buck, who also serves as Colorado’s Republican Party chairman, formally requested the special counsel appointment in a letter this week: 

“This investigation is critical to defending the integrity of our republic and ensuring a potential Biden administration will not be the subject of undue foreign interference,” Buck wrote.


“Americans have the right to know whether Mr. Biden’s reported ties to foreign governments will make him the subject of blackmail attempts or other nefarious efforts to undermine U.S. national security or otherwise improperly influence American foreign policy.”

The Biden’s have never denied allegations that Hunter pimped his daddy’s influence as the former VEEP to foreign interests. 

Biden even went so far as to promise CNN recently his son probably won’t do it again.

“My son, my family will not be involved in any business, any enterprise that is in conflict with or appears to be in conflict with where there’s appropriate distance from the presidency and government,” Biden told CNN host Jake Tapper.

It’s not clear what Biden meant by appropriate distance. 

Perhaps it means Hunter will take extra care to hide his money-making schemes in the future, and not get so strung out on hookers and blow that he leaves all the evidence at the local computer shop.