February 14, 2024

DOJ Releases Photos Criminally Implicating Hunter Biden

Attorney General Merrick Garland should not be expecting a Christmas card from Joe Biden this year.

Garland has reportedly upset Biden on a few different fronts, but the last few days have been pretty bad.

After a devastating special counsel report was released regarding Joe Biden’s handling of classified information, pictures regarding the Hunter Biden investigation were released that are not going to sit well with Joe and Jill.

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Hunter Biden is fighting charges related to his illegal purchase of a firearm, having lied on the application forms about his previous drug use.

In support of the charges, the DOJ filing included pictures that were found on Hunter Biden’s phone documenting his drug use, which included photos of what appears to be cocaine and crack paraphernalia.

The filing stated, “During November and December 2018, the defendant took multiple photographs of videos apparent cocaine, crack cocaine, and drug paraphernalia.”

That filing was accompanied by the photos you see in the X post below…

Hutner was indicted last year on several counts related to the purchase of a Colt Cobra 38SPL revolver.

That gun was seen in several pictures that were recovered from Hunter’s infamous laptop.

If Hunter is convicted, he is facing a prison term of up to 25 years, and as much as $750,000 in fines.

Nobody expects a sentence that harsh, especially since he is technically a first-time offender, which is only because his daddy got him out of trouble previously.

Hunter is currently under release in this case, which requires “supervision by a U.S. probation officer in the Central District of California, seeking employment, and not using drugs or alcohol.”

He has tried to get public empathy for his case, claiming that Republicans have weaponized the DOJ against him to try to get him to go back to his drug-using ways and embarrass Joe Biden.

That argument, however, holds no water because charges were not filed against Hunter Biden until after Joe Biden appointed Merrick Garland as his Attorney General.

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