NYT: Dept. of Justice Wanted To Let Hunter Biden Go Until Those Meddling Kids Showed Up

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While Attorney General Merrick Garland insists otherwise, the New York Times has uncovered evidence that the Department of Justice (DOJ) was primed to let Hunter Biden walk away from his charges until two meddling whistleblowers dropped the hammer. In their exposé, they detailed the inner workings of Hunter Biden’s attorney with seniors at the DOJ. US Attorney for Delaware David Weiss was constrained by the team as Garland appeared before Congress to authorize and endorse him presiding over the case.

Now, Hunter’s attorneys are seeking to have them criminally charged for speaking out against the son of a sitting President getting special treatment.

“Now, the I.R.S. agents and their Republican allies say they believe the evidence they brought forward, at the precise time they did, played a role in influencing the outcome, a claim senior law enforcement officials dispute. While Mr. Biden’s legal team agrees that the I.R.S. agents affected the deal, his lawyers have contended to the Justice Department that by disclosing details about the investigation to Congress, they broke the law and should be prosecuted.”

For his lawyers to be upset, someone else heard about the deal and brought the truth to light is unsurprising. Throughout the entirety of this man-child’s life, anytime something didn’t go his way, his daddy was there to fix it, and he has become used to it. Hunter’s lack of acceptance of responsibility and passing the buck to someone else has made him a horrible human being. Just like his dementia-riddled pappy.