June 11, 2024

Biden prosecutor tell jurors to ignore Hunter's courtroom fan club

Hunter Biden's trial has reached a verdict, and the decision was exactly what America thought it should have been:

According to CNN, "A federal jury found Hunter Biden guilty Tuesday on all three federal felony gun charges he faced, concluding that he violated laws meant to prevent drug addicts from owning firearms."

Sure, Hunter Biden's crimes predate Joe Biden's term as America's president, but this is still a noteworthy decision. Hunter has become the first presidential family member who "has been found guilty of a crime during their father’s term in office."

Hunter Biden wasted no time getting his thoughts out there after the trial.

Hunter claimed that he was "disappointed" by the guilty verdict but that he's "grateful" that his family still loves him.

Joe Biden said something similar, expressing a ton of support for his son in a statement but adding that he would "respect the judicial process."

It's easy to speculate that Joe Biden would be doing a bit more to fight against that judicial process if he hadn't also employed that same process to take out his main rival, Republican Donald Trump.

Before the verdict was read, the prosecution pointed out to the jury that the fact that Hunter Biden had many supporters in the courtroom (including his stepmother who spent $345,000 in taxpayer money to fly there) did NOT indicate that Hunter was innocent.

"All of this is not evidence," the prosecuting lawyer said as he gestured toward a gaggle of Hunter supporters that included Hunter's wife, Melissa Cohen Biden. "People sitting in the gallery are not evidence."

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