Biden Brand Sends Message During Hunter’s Gun Trial

Biden Brand Sends Message During Hunter’s Gun Trial

Biden Brand Sends Message During Hunter’s Gun Trial

It is day two of Hunter’s gun trial in Wilmington, Delaware, and the message from the Biden Brand is clear. We are here for Hunter, and you’d better choose wisely.

Why else would Joe decide to stay in Wilmington instead of flying back to D.C. on Sunday? Furthermore, in my opinion, it was flagrantly purposeful that Joe not only paid a visit to Hallie late one night last week, the media was informed. The message regarding Hallie wasn’t commiserating over the anniversary of Beau’s death nor wishing her well on her upcoming marriage. Nope, I believe it was a gambit to influence the jury pool. 

The Washington Post is now reporting Hunter’s trial thusly: You see, Hunter was just struggling man! Wilmington, which is only famous because of Joe Biden, was one of the worst places for him to stay clean! 

But underlying the case is a relationship between a man, a family and a gritty American city. With a population of 72,000, Wilmington is hardly among the biggest U.S. cities, and it contains few famous landmarks. It is remote from the glamour of other presidential homes like John F. Kennedy’s in Hyannis Port, Mass. But with Joe Biden’s ascent to the White House, and his habit of returning to Wilmington most weekends, it has established its own plain-spoken role in presidential history.

And now Wilmington is wrapped up in the case enmeshing the president’s son — from Hunter’s decision to purchase a gun at StarQuest Shooters & Survival Supply on Concord Pike, to the decision by his then-girlfriend to toss that gun in a trash can at Janssen’s Market on Kennett Pike, 3.8 miles away.

GACK. Could they simp any harder for Joe and Hunter? I’m sure they’ll be giving it the old college try over the next few days. I’m sure they’d LOVE to see photos of Hunter shoveling lama poop at the local zoo. 

The Biden family thinks they are teflon. Why else would they have Hunter jaunting around on Air Force One or glad-handing at the Kenya State dinner the other week?

The other part of the message from the Biden Brand involves those in attendance at the trial. 

First lady Dr. Jill Biden, 73, was front-row, hard to miss in a bright purple pantsuit and gleaming blond coiffure.

She made a point of turning around and offering her face to the jury pool as they filed in to sit on the other side of the courtroom. She was flanked by Hunter’s elegantly dressed second wife, Melissa Cohen, 38, and, for half the day, by Hunter’s half-sister, Ashley Biden, 42, Jill’s daughter.

Next to the women were “sugar brother” Kevin Morris, the Hollywood attorney who has spent more than $6 million paying Hunter’s tax debts, buying his paintings and funding his lifestyle; Washington, DC, lawyer Peter Neal, the husband of Hunter’s daughter Naomi; and Delaware attorney John T. Owens, the husband of Joe Biden’s sister, Val.

Amazingly, a jury was seated by the end of the day yesterday. Trial itself began this morning and yes, the Biden Brand was in attendance once again. 

What’s interesting about this is that Hunter’s defense team has been attempting to portray Hunter as just someone who really didn’t understand the questions on the firearms form 4473. Yes, they are going with the ‘Hunter didn’t understand what knowingly meant at the time’ defense. He’s a grown man, not a 7 year old learning to spell. 

Not only that, but there is evidence being presented that shows the family certainly knew Hunter was snorting crack at the time he purchased the gun. 

And today, can reveal that just three days after the firearm purchase, on October 15, Joe left Hunter a voicemail message indicating that he knew his son was struggling.

‘It’s Dad. I’m calling to tell you I love you. I love you more than the whole world, pal. You’ve gotta get some help,’ the president is heard saying in the audio clip.

‘I don’t know what to do, I know you do

And, why else would Hallie search his vehicle and then make the bone-headed decision dump the gun in a trash can?? The charges are very serious. 

COUNT 1: False Statement in Purchase of a Firearm

Faces a maximum of 10 years’ imprisonment, a fine of $250,000, three years of supervised release, a special assessment of $100.

COUNT 2: False Statement Related to Information Required to be Kept by Federal Firearms Licensed Dealer

Faces a maximum of five years’ imprisonment, a fine of $250,000, three years of supervised release, a special assessment of $100.

COURT 3: Possession of a Firearm by a Person who is an Unlawful User of or Addicted to a Controlled Substance

Faces a maximum of 10 years’ imprisonment, a fine of $250,000, three years of supervised release, a special assessment of $100.

Will it be a verdict of guilty? If it was any regular guy, probably. But since it’s Hunter, who knows. It all depends upon the evidence and testimony presented, as well as what the jury decides. Jonathan Turley offers up an interesting idea regarding what Hunter hopes would be the outcome. 

Jury nullification

Perhaps Hunter put it best: “The single best thing is, family comes first. Over everything. I can’t think of anything that has been more pervasive and played a larger part in my life than that simple lesson.”

The defense may be hoping that, for some jurors, “family [will] come first … over everything,” particularly over the evidence.

If that happens, then the Biden Brand intimidation factor will have prevailed. 

Feature Photo Credit: Original artwork by Victory Girls Darleen Click 

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  • draigh says:

    More enabling by the Biden Crime Family. And Hunter is proclaiming to all that he has faced “trauma” throughout his entire life! Must be hard to be the favored son of a prominent, powerful, and wealthy family who has given him anything he asked for.

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