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Wednesday, May 29, 2024

House Dems Ready To Sacrifice Hunter in Desperate Bid to Save Joe

'He’s a disturbed man...'

(Luis CornelioHeadline USA) In a strategic move to shield President Joe Biden from a looming Republican-led impeachment inquiry, House Democrats are reportedly ready to “throw Hunter under the bus.”

The plan hinges on the belief that Hunter, rather than his father, spearheaded a purported multi-million-dollar influence-peddling scheme during Biden’s tenure as vice president.

“You can’t impeach Hunter Biden,” said. Rep. Jamie Raskin, D-Md., the ranking member of the House Oversight Committee to Politico before adding, “But he will be prosecuted.” 

Despite the mounting evidence, Raskin argued that Hunter’s possible crimes cannot be grounds for impeachment since they were not committed by Joe Biden.

Rep. Stacey E. Plaskett, D-V.I., echoed the same defense talking points. “Our job, or my job, will be to remind the American people of that over and over again — that Hunter Biden is not the administration,” she claimed.

Rep. Jerry Nadler, D-N.Y., also chimed in, acknowledging that Hunter may have been involved in questionable activities.

“He’s a disturbed man,” Nadler said, before warning that “every president has had problematic family members.”

Adding an extra layer of complexity to the defense, Democrats are working to cast popular Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., as the driving force behind the impeachment inquiry rather than embattled California Republican House Speaker Kevin McCarthy. 

The Democrats’ desperate plot follows McCarthy’s approval of the long-awaited impeachment inquiry into the scandal-plague president. “There’s a lot of accusations out there, and you just want the answers,” McCarthy stated after the impeachment announcement. 

The Biden White House has publicly dismissed the impeachment as a political stunt. In private, however, they have been scrambling to launch a rapid response team in anticipation of politically damning headlines as House Republicans obtain more documents to the alleged corruption.

Additionally, the White House Counsel’s Office recently penned a desperate letter to TV executives, urging them to protect Biden from unfavorable news coverage. 

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