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New Information Drops Showing Major Discrepancies in Hunter Biden Plea Deal

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After statements by both Attorney General Merrick Garland and the U.S. attorney overseeing the prosecution of Hunter Biden, a prominent legal expert and academic criticized the prosecutor.

The assertion by federal prosecutor David Weiss that the Justice Department did not impede his investigation into Hunter’s criminal conduct was challenged by Georgetown law professor Jonathan Turley.

Weiss oversaw the federal investigation of Hunter, and as a consequence, the president’s son accepted a plea agreement on June 20. Prior to that, Gary Shapley, an Internal Revenue Service whistleblower, initially asserted that Weiss lacked complete control over the investigation.

Weiss refuted the accusation in a letter to Jim Jordan (R-Ohio), chairman of the House Judiciary Committee. Shapley also asserted that IRS Commissioner Danny Werfel and Attorney General Garland lied to Congress about the Hunter investigation.

“So, I just want to remind viewers from a week ago, Weiss, the prosecutor out of Delaware, sent a letter to Jim Jordan, and he seemed to outline his defense in four different parts. You have seen that letter. Do you have questions about the letter or do they satisfy you? And then I’ll ask you specifically about it, too,” Fox New’s Bill Hemmer asked Turley.

“No, there is nothing to be satisfied with because there’s no answers in the letter. That is, what Weiss is saying is, ‘I was given this authority,’ but doesn’t deal with the specific allegations of these whistleblowers,” Turley answered.

“We have numerous witnesses, and other witnesses who are named in these accounts, who were present at a meeting where Weiss allegedly said that he was not the final decision maker, that he had tried to become a special counsel and was denied, and they were also told that the charges were attempted in California and D.C., but rebuffed by those U.S. Attorneys,” he continued.

“That’s in direct and irreconcilable conflict with what has been said by Attorney General Garland. What Weiss is saying is, ‘I was given this authority,’ and so he’s got to answer to these discrepancies. But the problem that Weiss has is that the case itself is just a glaring mountain of contradiction,” he asserted.

“I mean, the Justice Department seemed to let the statute of limitations run. Some of us wrote columns before that date and said, ‘Why are you doing this? The statute’s about to run.’ These whistleblowers are saying that it did appear to be intentional, that there was an agreement that more serious charges could be brought against Hunter and those were scuttled,” Turley railed.

The New York Times confirmed Shapley’s claim that Weiss encountered obstacles when attempting to prosecute Hunter in California.

According to independent corroboration by The Times, Weiss’s request for California prosecutors to file charges against Hunter was denied. Shapley also disclosed to Congress that Weiss told six additional witnesses in 2022 that he was unable to bring Hunter’s case outside of Delaware because he was denied special counsel status.

The ultimate decision regarding Hunter’s plea agreement will be made by a federal judge chosen by former President Trump.

Biden arranged to submit guilty pleas to two tax-related misdemeanors and a typically felony charge involving an unauthorized firearms purchase. Others who had committed identical offenses, in this instance providing false information on a federal background check form, had already been sentenced to prison.

Regarding the tax penalties, Biden neglected to pay income tax on approximately $1.5 million per year for the years 2017 and 2018.

“Hunter will take responsibility for two instances of misdemeanor failure to file tax payments when due pursuant to a plea agreement,” Chris Clark, Hunter’s lawyer stated.

In other Hunter Biden-related news, the Secret Service and other legal experts have enumerated the measures that will be taken to identify the individual who brought cocaine into the White House, including the review of video footage.

Regarding this, a number of online commentators have brought up Hunter Biden’s strange behavior at a White House event.

Sadly, Hunter’s substance addiction problem included cocaine use. A short video clip of Joe Biden’s son has caused people to scratch their minds, despite the lack of evidence that he is still using the substance or that he was the person who brought it into the White House.

Joseph Biden can be seen waving from a White House balcony with his family during the Fourth of July holiday weekend in the video. Hunter, who was also present, waved farewell to his wife and son while raising his hand to his nostril, fueling rumors that he was using cocaine.

There has been no evidence or even the slightest indication that Hunter Biden is reusing it. However, hard substances are difficult to cease. Especially if you’re anxious and in the public eye for potentially accepting massive bribes from foreign countries to give your powerful father significant profits.

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