Hunter Biden Convicted on Felony Gun Charges, President Biden’s Claims Questioned

This week, Hunter Biden was found guilty by a jury on three federal felony gun charges in Delaware. This raises questions about his previous claims of innocence made by his father, President Joe Biden. The President had previously stated that his son had “done nothing wrong” and could be trusted. This conviction has now put those claims into doubt.

It was also reported that President Biden, in an interview with MSNBC host Stephanie Ruhle in May 2023, confidently defended his son against allegations of criminal behavior. However, with Hunter’s recent conviction, the President has adjusted his stance and dropped the assertion of his son’s innocence.

Despite the conviction, President Biden still stands by his son, expressing love and pride for him. He emphasized his support for Hunter as he considers an appeal and reiterated that he and First Lady Jill Biden will continue to be there for their son and the rest of their family.

Hunter Biden’s legal troubles are far from over, as he still faces a trial in September on multiple federal charges related to tax evasion, which had been mentioned in an earlier plea deal that fell through. While Hunter potentially faces a significant prison sentence and hefty fines, due to being a first-time offender, it may be unlikely for him to serve the maximum penalty.

It is important to hold individuals accountable for their actions, regardless of their connections or status. The legal system must proceed fairly and justly in Hunter Biden’s case, ensuring that justice is served. The conviction of Hunter Biden serves as a reminder that all individuals, regardless of their last name, must adhere to the law.

Written by Staff Reports

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