‘Mind-blowing’: Even mobster ‘Sammy the Bull’ can’t believe latest Hunter Biden plot twist

A notorious mobster says evidence in the Biden family influence-peddling investigation is “mind-blowing” and he can’t believe “no action” has been taken against those who are committing “treason” against our nation.

Salvatore “Sammy the Bull” Gravano, a former underboss in the Gambino crime family, joined on Thursday Fox News’s Jesse Watters on “Primetime” to discuss the latest allegations against the President’s son, Hunter Biden.

Watters opened the segment with a reminder about a $40,000 personal check that, according to Oversight Committee chair James Comer (R-Ky.), came from laundered Chinese money and “landed” in Joe Biden’s bank account.

The White House dismissed the payment, claiming it was simply the repayment of a loan.

“And now we have proof that they lied,” Watters said. “A money-laundering investigator blew the whistle.”

In 2018, the investigator was “flagging Hunter Biden’s accounts like crazy,” he reported, in response to “unusual” and “erratic” activity involving several large-sum wire transfers.

Though Hunter called the millions of dollars a loan and began sending the money out, the investigator noted that “no loan agreement document” was submitted and his company “does not currently have any investment projects at this time, which raises further concerns as millions in fees are being paid but does not appear to have any services rendered.”

“That’s bank lingo for ‘bribe’,” Watters stated.

“It’s mind-blowing,” Gravano said. “I don’t understand how the country is just sitting back listening to these things and no action is being taken.”

“If you want my opinion, there are so many guys I know who would go for 20 to lifetime sentences for this kind of stuff,” he continued, “and when it comes from the President, Vice-President, and people like that, it’s beyond theft — it’s treason to a country.”

The crimes the Biden family is being accused of are “disgusting,” according to Gravano.

“I remember when I was younger and I was in the military, treason was something that you faced the death penalty for because you are robbing every man, woman, and child — every race, black, white, Hispanic, Asian,” he said.  “You cannot get a more disgusting crime than this. I have been hearing it over and over again, and I don’t understand why there are no actions.”

Gravano praised Watters for addressing the issue, but agreed with the host that “the Feds know that they are dealing with a treasonous family but many honest people in the federal government are afraid to speak out because they’ll be fired and destroyed.”

“Without a doubt,” Gravano said. “I cooperated years ago. Everybody knows it – with the FBI, the federal government, some prosecutors, John Gleeson and different judges. And they were so honest. It was unbelievable.”

“I was proud to be with them for a while. I’m still friends with a lot of them,” he continued. “And some of them tell me, ‘Sammy, I spent my whole life in the FBI. I’m embarrassed to tell somebody I’m an FBI agent. And I said, Don’t feel like that. Just get out. Speak. Talk against it. Do something’.”

“I fight for a lot of things,” he said. “The open borders, poor people pouring in there, invading our country by the million… and we do nothing at all.”

A veteran, Gravano feels especially bad for those in the military who served the nation only to see it run this way.

“Everything they gave for us, and we’re sitting back and doing absolutely nothing,” he said. “I don’t care how much power they got on their side. We have the people. The people are the power. If we don’t talk, if we don’t say something, then we’re part of it, we become complicit with what is going on.”

I know a lot of people in the media industry, men and women, through the years and they are good people, they went to colleges and universities, to come out and stop things like this and protect us small people and yet they do nothing. I know why they do nothing, I spoke to a lot of them. I will not mention names, but a lot of them, they are a single mom or have a job that is paying well, their bosses won’t let them talk and if they do talk, they get fired. It’s a shame. So as far as what you are doing and talking about and saying openly and honestly and bravely, may I say that, so —

Recalling the things he did back in his mobster days, Gravano said, “we are like choir boys compared to these people.”

‘We always had a thing about protecting the public,” he explained. “I have friends in New York and family and they turn around and say, ‘Sammy, we were so much better when the mafia was in New York’.”

The aging mobster remembered how the Big Apple used to reflect the holiday spirit.

“There used to be hundreds and thousands of people lighting up the trees and looking at the Macy’s windows; it brought love to your heart no matter how bad of a person you are,” he said. ‘Now I’m seeing riots. I’m seeing things that are going on.”

“How do you have the audacity to come to this country and do this?” he asked. “And you getting away with this is mind-blowing.”

Melissa Fine


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