It seems like the Hunter Biden saga just keeps getting juicier and juicier. The House chairmen have decided to poke their noses into his failed plea deal, and boy, oh boy, the Department of Justice (DOJ) has finally responded. But don’t get your hopes up too high, folks. This response reveals about as much as a closed jar of pickles.
According to sources obtained by Fox News (our trusted news outlet for conservative truths), Assistant Attorney General Carlos Uriarte wrote a letter to House Judiciary Chairman Jim Jordan and the gang, stating that the DOJ is “actively working” to figure out what information they can provide. Sounds thrilling, doesn’t it?
House Committee Chairmen Open an Inquiry Into Hunter Biden Plea Deal https://t.co/ROZHpWtDXZ
— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) August 1, 2023
But hold your horses, because there’s a catch. The DOJ seems to be tiptoeing around the chairmen’s request, claiming that it’s all part of an “ongoing investigation and prosecution.” Well, isn’t that convenient? They’re using their “longstanding Department policy” to protect the confidentiality of their work. You know what that means – don’t hold your breath for any juicy details.
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— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) August 11, 2023
In classic bureaucratic fashion, the letter from Uriarte also reminds the chairmen that the DOJ’s mission is to “maintain the integrity” of their investigations and prosecutions. Oh, how noble! They claim to be impartial and committed to the law and the facts. If only we could believe that.
It Looks Like U.S. Attorney David Weiss Is Going Before the Judiciary Committee https://t.co/Mzo6PiAswU
— Townhall.com (@townhallcom) July 25, 2023
Let’s face it, folks. The DOJ has been nothing short of a political weapon under Biden’s administration. So, forgive us if we’re not entirely comforted by their reassurances. We want transparency, we want answers, and we want to know why Hunter Biden’s plea deal fell through like a cheap lawn chair.
Speaking of that plea deal, it’s been a real circus. First, the deal promised Hunter a free pass for his tax and gun charges, maybe even future crimes. But Judge Maryellen Noreika, bless her heart, expressed concern about the unprecedented nature of the deal. She saw right through it! And just like that, it all fell apart, leaving Hunter in quite the pickle.
If that weren’t enough, Hunter’s trusty attorney, Chris Clark, has jumped ship, leaving the tax case hanging in the balance. And to top it all off, his legal team is now bickering with U.S. Attorney turned Special Counsel David Weiss. Oh, Hunter, you just can’t catch a break, can you?
So here we are, ladies and gentlemen, stuck in the middle of a political circus that shows no signs of slowing down. The DOJ is keeping its cards close to the chest, and Hunter Biden’s legal drama marches on. It’s enough to make your head spin. Buckle up, folks, because this wild ride is far from over.