Wednesday, October 4, 2023

Hunter Biden Cheerleads for Second Amendment to Save His Own Hide

'You now have me as an abusive pedophile with homicidal tendencies. And that’s now in the hands of the FBI... '

(Headline USA) Hunter Biden is embracing the Second Amendment as a legal defense against potential federal charges for illegally owning a firearm as a drug user, according to Politico.

Biden has been under investigation by the Justice Department for the past several years for his foreign business dealings and alleged tax fraud. Also a part of the investigation is a 2018 gun purchase Biden made, in which he lied on a purchase form to claim that he was not an active drug user.

Federal law prohibits drug users from owning guns, but Hunter Biden’s lawyers have reportedly told the DOJ that if charges are pressed, they will challenge them under the Second Amendment.

This would place Hunter at odds with his father’s administration, which has been fighting to pass strict gun control policies. President Joe Biden even slammed the Supreme Court ruling Hunter’s lawyers hope to appeal to as “an affront to common sense and the Constitution.”

Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., argued Hunter’s proposed legal defense is “laughable.” He clearly violated federal law, she said.

Hunter Biden carelessly and dangerously threw a gun away in a trash can. That is not legal, that is not his lawful Second Amendment rights,” she said.

Records show Hunter Biden purchased a gun in 2018 and wrote “no” in response to a question that asked if he was an active drug user. But according to his 2021 memoir, Hunter Biden actively used cocaine at the time.

“I was smoking crack every 15 minutes,” he wrote.

The gun was later found by Hallie Biden, his sister-in-law turned girlfriend, who threw the gun in a trashcan outside Janssen’s Market in Wilmington, Delaware.

Hunter raged at Hallie for tossing the gun, texting her, “You now have me as an abusive pedophile with homicidal tendencies. And that’s now in the hands of the FBI.”

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