In a recent court document that sounds like it was written by a bunch of lawyers who just love complicating things, the attorneys representing Hunter Biden, who you may know as President Biden’s son (yes, the apple doesn’t fall far from the liberal tree), are trying to argue that a section of a previously unsuccessful plea agreement with federal prosecutors should stay. They’re claiming that, and I quote, “a judge’s approval was never needed to handle a gun possession charge through a diversion program.” Wow, these lawyers really have a way with words, don’t they?
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But hold on a minute, folks. Let’s not get too caught up with their fancy legal jargon. What’s really going on here is that Hunter Biden’s legal team is scrambling to salvage whatever they can of their failed plea agreement. You see, they’re claiming that the prosecutors didn’t hold up their end of the deal that was made back in June. I mean, if they can’t even trust the prosecutors, then who can they trust?
This whole situation has gotten so out of hand that Attorney General Merrick Garland had to step in and appoint Delaware U.S. Attorney David Weiss as a special counsel for the ongoing Biden investigation. Special counsel, huh? That sounds awfully familiar. I guess the apple doesn’t fall far from the Mueller investigation tree either. It’s like they’re trying to recreate the greatest hits of the Democrats’ failed attempts to take down President Trump.
But back to the plea agreement. Hunter Biden’s lawyer, Christopher Clark, is really going all out to defend his client’s actions. He’s insisting that Hunter plans to “abide by the terms of the Diversion Agreement” and that the agreement is “valid and binding.” Well, isn’t that convenient? It seems like these lawyers will say anything to protect their precious liberal client.
Now, let’s break down this plea agreement. It had a fancy two-tiered format, which basically meant that Hunter Biden would admit to a couple of measly tax offenses (misdemeanors, of course) while getting a free pass on the felony charge related to his gun purchase during his drug-induced days. How considerate of the prosecutors to give him this special treatment! But here’s the kicker: if Hunter behaved himself for two years and met some criteria, they were just going to forget about the whole gun charge. Talk about a get-out-of-jail-free card!
Normally, diversion deals are for non-violent defendants dealing with substance abuse issues. But I guess when your last name is Biden, the rules don’t apply to you. Hunter’s lawyers are trying to argue that the essential parts of the deal were part of the diversion, not the guilty plea. It’s like they’re playing a game of legal gymnastics to convince everyone that their client should get special treatment. I mean, who needs a judge’s endorsement when you’re a Biden, right?
But here’s the real spicy part, folks. Federal prosecutors are hinting at a potential criminal trial for Hunter Biden, and get this, it might just coincide with President Biden’s reelection efforts. Oh boy, can you imagine the chaos that would cause? It’s like a political circus that never ends. And just to add some extra drama, there are rumors that Hunter might be facing even more charges. The prosecutors are apparently spreading their nets wide, looking to make a case against him in California and Washington, D.C., where he’s been hiding.
All in all, this whole situation is a mess. The plea agreement fell apart, the prosecutors and Hunter’s lawyers can’t agree on anything, and now a special counsel has been appointed. It’s like a soap opera playing out in the courtroom. But hey, at least we can rely on the liberal media to cover it up and protect their beloved Biden family. Oh well, I guess we’ll just have to sit back and watch the show. Pass the popcorn, please!