June 23, 2024

Could Joe Biden pardon son Hunter?

President Joe Biden is facing quite a dilemma, and all of America is waiting to see how he's going to handle it.

Can a president pardon a relative?

The answer, according to the Palm Beach Post, is yes.

“This is a substantial grant of power which gives the president a broad and largely unrestricted right to pardon individuals for federal crimes,” Post wrote in a recent article.

In a nutshell, there is almost no accountability when it comes to presidential pardons.

So, will Hunter Biden be pardoned by his father?

Joe Biden has tried to make America believe that there's no possibility he'll save his own son, but he's lied to us before.

And let's be honest here. Joe Biden doesn't care about honesty and integrity and justice. All the Biden family cares about is the BIDEN FAMILY.

They all think they are above the law, and it is obvious.

First lady Jill Biden travels in a private jet paid for by taxpayers whenever her heart desires.

She turns college graduation speeches into campaigning endeavors.

The president is no better.

When he is not ranting and raving about how much he loathes former President Donald Trump, he is making up lies about how much better he's made the economy. Every American who has had to open their wallet in the past four years KNOWS Biden is a liar.

Let’s not even get started on President Joe Biden’s brother, James Biden.

The entire Biden family is corrupt.

So, we know that Joe Biden SAID he wouldn't pardon Hunter Biden, but we also know that almost the entire Biden family consists of nothing but liars.

For now though, all we can do is wait and see!

Do you think President Joe Biden will pardon his son?

Let us know in the comments below.

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