May 16, 2024

REPORT: Biden Upset and Believes Hunter Will Do Jail Time

Reports are surfacing that some tears are being shed in the White House these days over Hunter Biden

Poor Joe is reportedly very upset that his son, Hunter, could wind up behind bars.

Hunter has back-to-back trials set for next month for gun charges and tax evasion charges.

No Mercy Hear

I don’t want to hear the excuse that Hunter should be left off the hook because his addiction got the better of him.

To quote Joe Biden, that is all hogwash.

Hunter chose to go down that path and he had one hell of a time while he did it.

If Joe was so worried about him back them, he could have done more to stop it, but he enabled Hunter instead, and that brings us to where we are today.

I have to be honest, the fact this story is getting out now does not surprise me at all.

A White House aide told Politico, “He worries about Hunter every single day, from the moment he wakes up to the moment he goes to sleep.

“That will only pick up during a trial.”

The report went on to say that Biden “expressed fears” to several others on this front.

Let me tell you why this is coming out right now. In one word, “election.”

This is the Biden campaign trying to build empathy for Joe Biden while Hunter goes on trial.

They are literally going to use the Hunter trials to get Americans to feel sympathetic for the old man in the White House who is trying to beat the bad orange man in the election.

This should surprise nobody since Joe Biden used the death of his son Beau to get rich and continues to invoke his name publicly to get empathy from crowds.

Joe Biden could care less about Hunter Biden other than how he will impact his presidency and possibly his own freedom.

The only reason that Biden is worried about Hunter going to jail is that he is terrified that if Hunter goes to jail, he may roll over on Joe to get a better deal.

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