Two dozen Republican members of Congress on Monday sent a letter to President Joe Biden’s Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) nominee David Chipman, asking him, if confirmed, to investigate Hunter Biden for allegedly lying on a 4473 form, a document used to conduct background checks while purchasing a firearm.
“Politico first reported that Hunter Biden answered ‘no’ to the question about drug use on the Firearms Transaction Record for a gun back in October of 2018. “Many Americans are rightfully alarmed by these reports considering Mr. Biden’s history of drug use,” the letter, first obtained by The Daily Caller, states. “In the past, the Biden family has been open about Mr. Biden’s struggle with substance abuse, and Navy records indicate his discharge from service following a positive drug test. Since lying on a background check form is a felony, this allegation merits investigation.”
Earlier this month, Hunter Biden admitted in an interview with CBS News’ Tracy Smith that