President Joe Biden is back at it again, showing us all just how deep in the swamp he truly is. This time, he’s nominated Hampton Dellinger, a close colleague of his son Hunter Biden, to serve as special counsel. Now, hold on just a minute—didn’t we just hear about the Department of Justice interrupting an investigation into Hunter’s alleged tax crimes? And now Biden wants to appoint someone who has connections to his son’s shady dealings? It’s like déjà vu, but way worse.
Let’s break it down. Dellinger used to work at the same law firm as Hunter Biden, the one that represented Burisma Holdings. You know, the Ukrainian energy company that Hunter conveniently served on the board of directors for. Oh, and guess what? Dellinger was part of the crisis management team at that law firm. So not only did he work closely with Hunter, but he also had a front-row seat to all the shady stuff that was going on at Burisma.
If that’s not enough, we’ve got emails from Hunter Biden’s laptop that show just how cozy he and Dellinger were. They attended private gatherings together and even discussed using Burisma as a potential client for their firm. Talk about a conflict of interest! But hey, who needs ethics when you’re part of the Biden Crime Family, right?
Now, Republican Rep. Matt Gaetz is calling on Dellinger to withdraw his nomination. And I couldn’t agree more. This is just another attempt by the Bidens to protect themselves from accountability. If Dellinger doesn’t step down, it sends a dangerous message to civil servants everywhere: if you dare to investigate the real crimes committed by the President’s family, you’ll be targeted and smeared. It’s a chilling thought.
Oh, and let’s not forget that Dellinger also donated thousands of dollars to Biden’s campaign. Because nothing says “impartial special counsel” like someone who’s financially invested in the success of the person they’re supposedly going to investigate. Can you feel the sarcasm?
So here we are, once again witnessing the Biden administration’s blatant disregard for ethics and accountability. It’s a never-ending cycle of corruption, and it’s about time we put an end to it. We can’t let them get away with their sketchy moves any longer. It’s time to drain the swamp, for real this time.