Hunter Biden uses FBI informant’s ‘false bribery allegations’ to attack gun indictment: Special counsel did ‘exactly’ what ‘Russian intelligence operation desired’

Hunter Biden, David Weiss

Left: Hunter Biden (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite); Right: Special counsel David Weiss (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

Hunter Biden’s lawyers continue to push for post-felony conviction acquittal by embracing Second Amendment arguments and the Supreme Court, but the Special Counsel’s Office isn’t having it.

In the aftermath of a federal jury’s conviction of President Joe Biden’s son on all three counts for lying that he was not an unlawful user or addicted to drugs to purchase and possess a revolver in October 2018, the defendant’s attorneys have insisted ahead of an eventual sentencing that their client should be acquitted in light of Supreme Court precedent, claiming that the statute under which Hunter Biden was convicted, U.S.C. § 922(g), will ultimately be found “unconstitutional” given U.S. v. Rahimi and New York State Rifle & Pistol Association v. Bruen.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You May Also Like

Already Vile, GOP Attacks Against Kamala Harris Are About to Get Worse

By Stephen J. Farnsworth Public opinion polls suggest that U.S. Vice President…

16-Year-Old Boy Fatally Shot Ex’s Mom in Eye Months After Breakup

Florida prosecutors said on Monday that a 16-year-old boy will be charged…


Arriving home from running errands, Christopher Scholtes notices his two-year-old daughter, Parker,…

Miller’s Ale House Preps Opening Aug. 5 Ahead of BJ’s Warehouse, With Luring Appetizer for First Guests

The table is almost set. (© FlaglerLive) To clear it up for…