June 14, 2024

Joe Biden announces current decision on whether to commute Hunter's sentence

It's hard to tell where Joe Biden and the other tricky liberals will stand on this issue in the future, but right now Joe Biden claims to have made a final decision about whether or not he will commute the sentence of his own son.

Not right now.

We're leaving the future possibility open because Biden and the White House have already had their chances to definitively say "no." At least initially, they refused.

Karine Jean-Pierre was asked multiple times after Hunter Biden was convicted about what Joe Biden's plans for his son's sentence were, and Karine Jean-Pierre simply would NOT say that Joe is willing to let the process take its course.

"I haven't spoken to the president about this since the verdict came out. And as we all know, the sentencing hasn't even been scheduled yet," Karine Jean-Pierre said. She simply wouldn't give an answer about whether or not Joe was going to be getting Hunter out of jail.

America thought that was a possibility though, as Joe Biden allegedly claimed that the trial was the unfair result of a weaponized justice system.

"If I weren't running for reelection, he would have gotten the plea deal," the president reportedly said in a private conversation recently.

Karine Jean-Pierre had a chance to give a straight answer when she was asked again what Biden was going to do about Hunter's sentence, but again she just reverted to a canned spiel:

"What I'm saying is that the president, I have not spoken to the president about this. And what I'm saying is he was asked about a pardon he was asked about, he was asked about the trial specifically, he answered it very clearly, very forthright. As we know the sentencing hasn't even been scheduled yet. I don't have anything beyond what the president said. He's been very clear about this."

The White House must have realized what a PR disaster this was because they're pretty quickly singing a different tune now.

As of June 13, the president has officially said that he will NOT "commute the sentence of his son, Hunter Biden, to help him avoid jail time and reiterated his vow that he will not pardon him."

"I’m extremely proud of my son Hunter. He has overcome an addiction. He’s one of the brightest, most decent men I know, and I am satisfied, " Biden said when asked about the trial. "I’m not going to do anything. I said I would abide by the jury’s decision, and I will do that, and I will not pardon him."

Let's hope Joe sticks to his word.

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