February 14, 2024

Hunter Biden Photos Released by Department of Justice

After Hunter Biden’s sweetheart plea deal fell through, Hunter pleaded not guilty to federal gun charges.

He may soon regret that decision after pictures were released by the Department of Justice to support the charges.

After seeing the photos, I am thinking that Merrick Garland’s days as the Attorney General are on the clock now.

Hunter’s Drug Collection

Hunter had a deal in place, or so he thought, but it all fell apart at the last minute when the judge actually took the time to read through the deal, which does not always happen.

The judge spotted a clause that would have given Hunter immunity from future prosecution, so the deal was trashed.

Hunter then pleaded not guilty to the gun charges, which his attorneys are now trying to say should not pertain to him.

Hunter lied on his application forms regarding his previous drug use, so the DOJ included photos the most intelligent man that Joe Biden knows had on his phone during his crack-smoking days…

Hunter did not disclose his drug use when purchasing a Colt Cobra 38SPL revolver.

If he is found guilty, he could be sentenced to 25 years and a $750,000 fine, but nobody is expecting a judge to throw the son of the current occupant of the White House into jail or slap him with a fine like that.

The argument will be that Hunter is a first-time offender, but that is only because Joe worked the back channels to get him out of trouble when he had been arrested before.

When Hunter was arrested in Stone Harbor, NJ, on possession charges in 1988, there was a pre-trial intervention and Hunter’s record was expunged.

The system is rigged, my friends, and it always has been.

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