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BREAKING: Hunter Biden indicted on gun charges in Delaware


Offthemat

What will happen to Hunter  

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  1. 1. Hunter's fate will be....

    • A.  Be pardoned before trial.
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    • B.  Be pardoned after conviction.
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    • C.  Turn state’s evidence against Joe.
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    • D.  Mysteriously expire.
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3 minutes ago, Offthemat said:

Will he:

A.  Be pardoned before trial.

B.  Be pardoned after conviction.

C.  Turn state’s evidence against Joe.

D.  Mysteriously expire.

E.  Drive off into the sunset in a green 67 Corvette (loaded with coke & Top-Secret docs)

https://thepostmillennial.com/breaking-hunter-biden-indicted-on-gun-charges-in-delaware?cfp

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Fishing expedition!

Weaponized DOJ!

Inmate #PO115809's DOJ!

Two-tiered system of justice!

Election interference!

What about  inmate #PO115809's kids?!

Any other ways I can look stupid and uninformed?

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3 hours ago, Offthemat said:

Will he:

A.  Be pardoned before trial.

B.  Be pardoned after conviction.

C.  Turn state’s evidence against Joe.

D.  Mysteriously expire.

 

https://thepostmillennial.com/breaking-hunter-biden-indicted-on-gun-charges-in-delaware?cfp

Daddy will pardon him right before he leaves the White House. in early 2025. If not sooner. It looks like daddy may need to pardon himself.

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People cried foul when he was given a lighter sentence.  

People are crying foul when he's formally indicted. 

As HUD McVeigh Hannity says- and bigbrog parrots daily- you can't make this up.

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Well,  I guess if there's two things that we can all agree on:

1.  He's not a current Presidential candidate.

2. He has two fewer indictments than one Presidential candidate. 

As we always said in Minnesota,  pick yis poisen. 😉

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15 minutes ago, Offthemat said:

He’s the smartest guy daddy ever knew.  Especially about taxes. 

Well I ask all here, are any smart enough to evade a half million dollars in taxes and then even after caught be able to run out the statute of limitations before any time can be served.  That there is smarts ... get r done!

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1 hour ago, ionel said:

Well I ask all here, are any smart enough to evade a half million dollars in taxes and then even after caught be able to run out the statute of limitations before any time can be served.  That there is smarts ... get r done!

Yeah, that’s what took Capone down.  Well, that and syphilis.  Hmmm.

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article iii project statement on hunter biden indictment

 

WASHINGTON — Mike Davis, Founder and President of the Article III Project, issued the following statement after Hunter Biden was indicted on federal firearms charges.

“Today’s indictment of Hunter Biden for gun felonies is just more coverup by Delaware U.S. Attorney David Weiss, who has protected the Bidens for years.

“Weiss, handpicked by both Democrat home-state senators in Delaware, let the statute of limitations expire on serious tax charges, buried evidence deemed credible by the Pittsburgh U.S. Attorney of the Bidens’ alleged foreign bribery schemes, and attempted to give Hunter a sweetheart deal with secret, broad immunity that protected President Biden.

“President Biden knows he cannot pardon Hunter right now. That would lead to politically and legally disastrous consequences before November 5, 2024. If pardoned, Hunter can no longer plead the Fifth Amendment—and refuse to testify before Congress. Hunter’s Fifth Amendment protections also disappear if Weiss gives Hunter a plea agreement with a prosecution waiver or some other immunity deal that shields him from criminal charges.

“Weiss’s charges today continue his deceptive pattern—for years—of protecting Hunter. More troubling, Weiss is protecting President Biden. Indeed, where are Hunter’s charges related to foreign corruption, acting as an unregistered foreign agent, tax evasion, wire fraud, and other criminal charges that could implicate President Biden?

“President Biden and Weiss will rescue Hunter after the 2024 election. Weiss will give Hunter another sweetheart deal. President Biden will pardon Hunter—and maybe even himself. Hunter will not spend a day in jail.

“Most troubling, there are credible allegations—with corroborating evidence—the President of the United States may be compromised by foreign bribes and other corruption.

“The Biden Justice Department will now point to Hunter’s indictment, pretend there’s an ongoing investigation and prosecution, and refuse to produce any records to—or answer any questions from—Congress, the press, or the public.

“The House may consider granting Hunter immunity now. The Biden Justice Department will never seriously prosecute Hunter anyway. The House should force Hunter to testify.

“Knowing whether the President is compromised is much more consequential than a no-jail-time felony conviction for a crackhead with a gun. If Hunter obstructs or lies, the Trump Justice Department will prosecute him after January 20, 2025,” Davis said.

The Article III Project (A3P) was founded by veteran GOP operative and attorney Mike Davis, who, after helping win the Senate confirmation battles of Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh, developed the reputation as a “take-no-prisoners conservative eager to challenge the left with hardball tactics,” as reported in The New York Times.

A3P defends constitutionalist judges, punches back on radical assaults on judicial independence (like court-packing) and opposes judicial and other nominees who are outside of the mainstream. Davis previously served as Chief Counsel for Nominations to Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) on the United States Senate Committee on the Judiciary and led the Senate confirmation of Justice Brett Kavanaugh and a record number of circuit court judges.

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On 9/14/2023 at 5:22 PM, Ban Basketball said:

Any other ways I can look stupid and uninformed?

Every time I think you have exhausted all the possibilities you shock and amaze me by plumbing further depths of stupidity and ignorance so I am going with - Most assuredly.  Final answer.

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3 hours ago, Lipdrag said:

Every time I think you have exhausted all the possibilities you shock and amaze me by plumbing further depths of stupidity and ignorance so I am going with - Most assuredly.  Final answer.

WHOOSH... as yet another pernt designed for you flies right over your head!

I actually thought that you were kidding.  WOWZA!

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11 hours ago, Ohio Elite said:

Good to see ya back!!

Yes went to Ohio twice. The first trip was to say good bye to mom and tell her I loved her. She passed away 6 days later. Then I went back to Ohio Sept. 8th for her funeral. She had been suffering from a lot of illnesses for some time. She is at rest now.

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26 minutes ago, Paul158 said:

Yes went to Ohio twice. The first trip was to say good bye to mom and tell her I loved her. She passed away 6 days later. Then I went back to Ohio Sept. 8th for her funeral. She had been suffering from a lot of illnesses for some time. She is at rest now.

Good to see you back.  

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2 hours ago, Paul158 said:

Yes went to Ohio twice. The first trip was to say good bye to mom and tell her I loved her. She passed away 6 days later. Then I went back to Ohio Sept. 8th for her funeral. She had been suffering from a lot of illnesses for some time. She is at rest now.

Sorry to hear.  Its good you got to see her.  My mom died during covid (not of) service outside at cemetery, 4 kids 2 spouses and my dad.  Back to normal is better. 

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