Oh boy, hold on tight folks, because the Hunter Biden saga just got juicier! Can you believe it? His attorney, Chris Clark, is ditching him like a sinking ship! According to a court filing obtained by our friends over at Fox News, Clark is hightailing it out of the tax case against Hunter because of, you guessed it, “recent developments.” I mean, come on, could this guy be any more vague?
But wait, it gets even better! Apparently, Clark is not just any run-of-the-mill lawyer. Oh no, my friends, he’s actually a necessary witness in this whole circus. According to Delaware Rule of Professional Conduct 3.7(a), a lawyer can’t act as an advocate if they’re likely to be a witness in the trial. And guess what? Clark is smack dab in the middle of those negotiations and drafting of the plea and diversion agreements. Talk about a conflict of interest!
Now, don’t get too worried about poor Hunter Biden. He’s still got someone to hold his hand through this mess. Who could it be? None other than Abbe Lowell, another lawyer riding the Biden train. Lowell appeared on “Face the Nation” and childishly declared that a trial for Hunter is “not inevitable.” Well, Mr. Lowell, I hate to burst your bubble, but it’s looking more and more likely that your client will be facing a trial. The Justice Department even hinted at it!
But let’s not forget about Clark’s past scandals. This guy has shown his true colors before. Remember the dirty tricks he pulled with Ted Kittila, the GOP attorney for the House Ways and Means Committee? They were accused of playing dirty to block a filing from the committee. They faced sanctions, but of course, they brushed it off as a “misunderstanding.” Yeah, right, like we’re buying that excuse.
And get this, Clark has a history of bizarre behavior. He once wrote a near-unintelligible email in response to a story about Hunter’s secretive meetings at the White House. I guess he’s really good at keeping secrets because he clearly can’t string together a coherent sentence!
But that’s not all, my friends. Sens. Ron Johnson and Chuck Grassley have been raising concerns about Clark’s ties to Criminal Division Chief Nicholas McQuaid at the DOJ. They even asked McQuaid to recuse himself because of their previous work together. Can we say conflict of interest? It sure seems like it.
And just when you thought this wild ride couldn’t get any crazier, Hunter’s legal team is now bickering with none other than U.S. Attorney David Weiss. Apparently, they’re accusing the DOJ of reneging on the plea deal. Oh, the drama! I can hardly keep up. Can someone pass the popcorn?
My fellow conservatives, it’s clear as day that Hunter Biden’s legal troubles are far from over. The drama just keeps piling up, and it’s becoming harder and harder to take this circus seriously. But one thing’s for sure, Hunter Biden will not be able to escape the consequences of his actions. Justice will be served, and the American people deserve nothing less.