Former Mobster Says Hunter Biden Crimes FAR WORSE Than What Sent Him to Prison
“Sammy The Bull” Gravano, former mobster turned government witness, has declared the recent allegations against Hunter Biden as “mind-blowing.” He’s even gone so far as to say that compared to our corrupt government officials, his old gangster pals were practically choir boys.
Gravano, once a key player in the Gambino crime family, made these revelations during an interview with Fox News host Jesse Watters. And let’s just say, he didn’t mince words. He basically said that Hunter Biden was being treated with kid gloves because of his last name. So much for justice being blind, right?
Watters started the segment by discussing the reports about a Bank Secrecy Act manager who flagged large deposits into accounts controlled by Hunter Biden. These deposits apparently didn’t match any services rendered by the Biden-controlled Owasco P.C. In layman’s terms, it smells like a bribe.
According to the investigator’s report, the transactions seemed unusual and didn’t seem to serve any business purpose. They suggested a reevaluation of the bank’s relationship with the customer. Now, if that doesn’t scream ‘something fishy is going on here,’ I don’t know what does.
Gravano, in his typical no-nonsense style, pointed out that if this was anyone else, they’d be facing serious jail time. “22 life sentences for that kind of stuff,” he said. But instead, we’re just sitting back and letting this slide.
“We did things – I don’t even want to compare. We’re like choirboys compared to these people,” Gravano added. Now, when a man who once served under John Gotti says that, you know we’re in deep trouble. It’s a sad day when you start thinking that the mob had more ethics than our government.
New evidence drops in the Biden bribery scandal. Mobster Sammy the Bull says Joe Biden has committed treason and he's like a choir boy compared to Joe. pic.twitter.com/aGMxMYXWof
— Jesse Watters (@JesseBWatters) December 1, 2023
Gravano’s comments highlight the growing disillusionment with our political system. In the words of the great Ronald Reagan, “The most terrifying words in the English language are: I’m from the government and I’m here to help.” So let’s start asking the tough questions and demand answers. Because if we don’t, we might just find ourselves singing in a choir led by a bunch of corrupt politicians.
So, is Sammy The Bull right? Are our government officials worse than mobsters? Well, I’ll leave that for you to decide. Regardless, it’s time to demand better from our leaders. And if they can’t deliver, maybe it’s time for a change.