Salvatore “Sammy the Bull” Gravano, the former underboss of the Gambino crime family, recently shared his perspective with FOX News on the ongoing investigation into the Biden family’s financial dealings. Speaking on “Jesse Watters Primetime,” Gravano responded to a report about suspicious financial transactions linked to Hunter Biden, the son of the current U.S. President.
A bank investigator, specialized in identifying potential money laundering, raised concerns about large wire transfers to accounts associated with Hunter Biden. The investigator noted these transactions seemed inconsistent with any legitimate services provided by Owasco P.C., a company controlled by Biden. Host Jesse Watters interpreted the report’s findings as a potential indication of bribery, suggesting that the transactions could be linked to illicit payments from Chinese entities to the then-Vice President’s family.
Gravano, known for his past criminal activities and subsequent role as a government informant against mob boss John Gotti, expressed his astonishment at the revelations. He questioned why more decisive action hadn’t been taken in light of such allegations, noting that in other contexts, similar activities could lead to severe legal consequences.
Gravano highlighted the importance of speaking out against perceived corruption and injustice, sharing his experiences working with honest officials during his time as an informant. He expressed disappointment that some former colleagues now feel ashamed to admit their association with law enforcement agencies due to the current state of affairs.
Additionally, Gravano discussed the broader implications of government policy, including concerns over open borders and the influx of immigrants. As a former military serviceman, he lamented the perceived decline in government integrity and urged citizens to speak up and exercise their power.
In his conversation with Watters, Gravano also drew parallels between his past life in organized crime and current events in the federal government. He contended that, compared to today’s political landscape, the mob’s activities were relatively minor. He nostalgically reflected on a time when, according to him, New York City was safer under the mafia’s influence and criticized the current state of urban centers and their political climates.