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Hunter Biden indicted on gun charges

Hunter Biden, the President’s son, is under indictment on three charges from possession of a gun – charges that don’t involve his father.

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Hunter Biden indicted on gun charges

Hunter Biden, son of President Joe Biden, is now under indictment – on gun charges. These are some of the same charges to which he was to plead guilty two months ago. Thus the indictment says nothing about Hunter’s business dealings or selling his influence with his father.

The Hunter Biden indictment

The indictment, available at Just the News andBlox Images, runs to four pages.

It charges Hunter Biden with two counts arising out of “a false statement and representation” he made to buy a Colt Cobra 38 SPL revolver. He made this false statement to a Federal Firearms Licensed dealer (which the redacted indictment does not name). The indictment also charges him with a third count, of having a gun while addicted to a controlled substance.

That last count was part of a plea agreement that went sour last July. He was to plead guilty of that and avoid the more serious false-statement charges. But Judge Maryellen Noreika rejected the deal after it became clear that Hunter’s defense counsel and U.S. Attorney David Weiss did not actually agree.

Subsequently, Attorney General Merrick Garland made Weiss a Special Counsel, able to pursue investigations beyond his District.


According to Blaze Media, Hunter could face up to 25 years in prison if convicted on all three counts. Worse yet, Hunter Biden could once again face tax charges. A court vacated those after the plea deal fell through. Now Special Counsel Weiss might re-file them. As a Special Counsel, he can file them in every District Court having appropriate jurisdiction. He does not have to “partner” with any other United States Attorney.

The lawyer speaks

Abbe Lowell, counsel for Hunter Biden, called the indictment “a grave threat to our system of justice.” In an angry statement to NBC News, he spoke of “MAGA Republicans’ improper and partisan interference.” But he did not elaborate, nor present any evidence. He did suggest that the “diversion agreement” with Weiss (as United States Attorney for Delaware) still held.

But BizPacReview reminded their readers that these gun charges are the only charges that do not involve his father. Reporter Rob Schmitt of Newsmax, and independent reporter Dana Loesch, both left angry posts on X to this effect.

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) made a similar complaint, according to One America News.

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Terry A. Hurlbut has been a student of politics, philosophy, and science for more than 35 years. He is a graduate of Yale College and has served as a physician-level laboratory administrator in a 250-bed community hospital. He also is a serious student of the Bible, is conversant in its two primary original languages, and has followed the creation-science movement closely since 1993.

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Donald R. Laster, Jr

And when one reads Amendment 2 of the US Constitution one will find they aren’t legitimate. When are they going to charge him with the real crimes he committed.


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