Friday, April 19, 2024

Hunter Biden’s Legal Team Recruits Traitorous Ex-RINO, Sends Trump an Ultimatum

'Mr. Trump’s words have caused harm in the past and threaten to do so again if he does not stop...'

(Headline USAFormer GOP Rep. Denver Riggleman, R-Va., joined Hunter Biden’s legal team this week, just before Biden’s lawyers sent former President Donald Trump a cease-and-desist letter demanding that Trump stop making what they claimed were “defamatory” statements.

“I and my forensics, data, and telephony team are conducting data investigations and analysis for Hunter Biden’s legal team,” Riggleman told CNN in a statement.

Although he claimed he conducted analyses of “data across the spectrum,” the announcement was another red-flag against the already notorious ex-RINO, who formally announced last year that he no longer considered himself a Republican.

Riggleman lost his primary in Virginia’s 5th district to the more conservative Rep. Bob Good after drawing criticism for his dubious positions on conservative issues, notably his controversial decision to officiate a gay wedding.

Most recently, he worked on the Jan. 6 congressional committee.

In a separate move, Hunter Biden’s legal team issued an ultimatum to Trump warning him to stop posting claims criticizing the president’s criminal son.

In the letter, reportedly obtained by ABC News, Biden lawyer Abbe Lowell claimed Trump’s “easy-to-trigger” supporters might threaten the Biden family in response to the posts.

“I am sending this letter to make a demand that your client, former President Donald Trump, cease and desist from making public statements about my client which are both defamatory and likely to incite Mr. Trump’s followers to take actions against Mr. Biden and which could lead to his or his family’s injury,” said the letter, which was addressed to Trump’s lawyers.

Some of Trump’s comments referenced by Hunter Biden’s legal team included an allegation that Hunter brought a bag of cocaine into the White House, and that he should have been given the “death sentence” for charges related to tax crimes and the illegal purchase of a firearm.

The Secret Service closed an investigation into the cocaine scandal Thursday without ruling out the likelihood that the narcotics found near the West Wing’s Situation Room belonged to the notorious drug-abuser.

Trump’s posts amount to “thinly veiled calls to action to his easy-to-trigger followers,” the letter claimed.

Hunter Biden’s legal team went on to cite the attack on Paul Pelosi, husband of former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., suggesting that Trump could inspire similar “physical and violent action.”

There is no evidence, however, that Pelosi’s attacker, David DePape, was inspired by conservative politics, while there have been some indications that he may have known his assailant beforehand.

“We are just one such social media message away from another incident, and you should make clear to Mr. Trump—if you have not done so already—that Mr. Trump’s words have caused harm in the past and threaten to do so again if he does not stop,” the letter adds.

Lowell, who wrote the cease-and-desist letter to Trump, once worked for Trump’s son-in-law, Jared Kushner.

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