Retired NYPD inspector Paul Mauro joins Fox Across America With Jimmy Failla to give his take on Hunter Biden getting indicted on three counts related to possession of a gun while using narcotics, and how this could all impact President Biden’s re-election chances in 2024.
“The whole thing really smacks of, I mean, it’s very much like a mafia case. You know, it really is. Because if you notice, all of a sudden, Hunter is living at the White House, holding babies, smiling for the camera, nice and happy. They’re keeping them close. Hunter is complaining in his emails how he’s out of money. And yet now he’s living in a Malibu townhouse, a house on the mountains out there with all his Hollywood buddies. I have no idea how he’s paying for that. If he has a law license, he’s not using it. He certainly shouldn’t have a law license at this point. So they’re funding him. They’re keeping him close because they can’t afford a flip. He flips, and you’ve reread his emails, you read the stuff that’s already public. There’s no love lost between Jim, him and Jim, the uncle and he does not like Jill. He outright hates Jill. And that’s in the conversations. And he seems to be quite ambivalent about that as well.”
Paul also weighs in on the worsening migrant crisis in New York City. Listen to the podcast to hear what else he had to say!