First of all, there is no criminal investigation into Hunter Biden for tax evasion or money laundering. It's a myth. Neither the DOJ nor the FBI are doing any investigating of the Bidens.
What 50 year old man shares a bank account with his daddy? Unless one or the other is incapacitated or needs help. And then it's only a joint tenancy account to pay bills and for emergencies.
There's only one reason to share a bank account and that's to commingle and hide money from China and Ukraine. It's obvious to everyone (except the DOJ and FBI, of course).
Joe says, "That's not my money in our account, it's Hunter's." Plausible deniability. The Clintons have mastered it for 50 years. Now all Dems use it. Why not? It works! How many times have the corrupt Clintons been indicted?

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