‘No one is above the law’: Republicans say Hunter Biden ‘merits investigation’

Two dozen Republicans are demanding President Joe Biden’s nominee to lead the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives publicly commit to investigate allegations his son Hunter lied on a background check for a gun.

In the letter, signed by 24 Republican lawmakers, Congressman Bob Good urged David Chipman not to curb his “zeal” for enforcing firearm regulations depending on whether an offender is “well-connected”.

“I write to ask that you publicly commit to investigate allegations that Hunter Biden falsified information during a background check in order to illegally obtain a firearm should you be confirmed by the US Senate as the Director of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives,” the letter said.

A media release for the letter said “no one is above the law”.

“No one is beyond reproach, even President Biden’s son,” Congressman Barry Moore said.

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