The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) has recently levied charges against Gal Luft, an informant embroiled in controversies linked to the Biden family. Luft stands accused of failing to register as a foreign agent under the Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA), alongside claims of his involvement in illicit arms trafficking. Paradoxically, Hunter Biden, son of President Joe Biden, has not faced analogous accusations, fueling debates about the consistency of FARA enforcement.
Luft surfaced in public discourse following his revelations about alleged corruption involving the Biden family, particularly monetary transactions with China Energy Company Limited (CEFC). Luft also implicated Rob Walker as Hunter Biden’s purported “bagman.” However, Luft now finds himself the target of scrutiny from the very authorities he attempted to alert, raising concerns about his future as a potential fugitive. Luft insists that his actions were guided by a patriotic concern for the nation, not political partisanship.
In a stunning twist, the Biden DOJ indicts Dr. Gal Luft, a Biden corruption whistleblower, for not registering as an agent of CEFC China Energy, while Hunter, James, and Sara Biden simultaneously collected millions from CEFC China Energy without registering, also violating FARA.… pic.twitter.com/WfLP9j9feN
— KanekoaTheGreat (@KanekoaTheGreat) July 11, 2023
Alongside the allegations that Luft failed to comply with FARA, the prosecution asserts that he facilitated illegal arms transactions with Chinese entities, including the sale of anti-tank weapons, grenade launchers, and mortar rounds to Libya. Additional charges claim he brokered weapon and unmanned aerial vehicle deals on behalf of the United Arab Emirates and Kenya. Although Luft was arrested in Cyprus in February, he successfully eluded authorities post-bail and is currently not in U.S. custody.
Luft claims that his accusations have been ignored by U.S. authorities, with incriminating evidence submitted to the FBI and the DOJ in 2019 reportedly concealed. After taking his allegations to the New York Post, charges swiftly followed, including collaboration with unnamed individuals to promote China’s interests unregistered as a foreign agent, and conspiracy with a former high-ranking U.S. official to support China-related policies.
Biden’s DoJ brings charges against #GalLuft, the latest Biden corruption witness.
Give them credit.
They know how to run a police-state.
And Hunter’s FARA violations?
Nah, don’t worry about that! pic.twitter.com/sroUeG7LGT
— Sebastian Gorka DrG (@SebGorka) July 10, 2023
Contrasting Luft’s ordeal, Hunter Biden, despite his dealings with foreign entities and officials, has not been similarly charged for FARA violations. Hunter Biden recently entered a plea agreement that notably excludes FARA-related charges. Instead, he will plead guilty to misdemeanor tax violations, thereby potentially avoiding a felony conviction and incarceration for a firearms violation.
Adding another layer to this complex narrative, Tara Reade, who previously accused President Biden of assault during his Senate tenure, recently relocated to Russia citing safety concerns. The precise connection between Reade’s move and potential threats from the Biden administration remains ambiguous. However, the coincidence of Reade and Luft, both scheduled to testify before Congress, fleeing the country does amplify concerns about transparency and accountability within the current administration.
The divergent treatment of Luft and Hunter Biden under FARA raises significant questions about the fairness and consistency of the law’s application. Critics argue that such disparities may undermine public trust in the justice system, and they call for increased scrutiny to ensure a level playing field in the execution of justice.