In a shocking turn of events, the FBI has discovered that Hunter Biden, son of President Joe Biden, had powered cocaine on the firearm pouch he used to hold a gun he allegedly purchased in 2018. Yes, you heard that right, folks. The same Hunter Biden who wrote a memoir about his battle with crack cocaine addiction actually had drugs on the pouch where he kept his gun. Talk about a double whammy!
FBI Investigators Found Cocaine On Firearm Pouch Hunter Biden Used, Prosecutors Say
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The Department of Justice (DOJ) prosecutors revealed this information in a court filing, striking a major blow to Hunter Biden’s claim of selective prosecution. It seems that the evidence is stacking up against him and his defense is crumbling faster than a house of cards. It’s hard to argue that you’re being unfairly targeted when there’s cocaine residue on the very object you used to house your firearm. It’s like leaving a trail of breadcrumbs, except in this case, it’s a trail of narcotics.
Now, let’s not forget that Hunter Biden himself wrote a memoir called “Beautiful Things,” where he openly discussed his struggles with crack cocaine addiction. It’s almost ironic that the DOJ is now using excerpts from his own book as evidence against him. Maybe he should have thought twice about sharing his personal experiences if he didn’t want them to come back and bite him.
But wait, there’s more! The DOJ also referenced alleged messages from Hunter Biden’s Apple iCloud account that mentioned buying and smoking crack cocaine, as well as photos on his phone depicting crack cocaine. It’s like a treasure trove of incriminating evidence just waiting to be used against him.
The response motion from the DOJ’s special counsel team doesn’t mince words. They argue that Hunter Biden’s persistent drug usage in the time frame leading up to his possession of the gun is clear evidence that he lied during the background check and unlawfully possessed the firearm. It’s a serious offense, folks, and not something that should be taken lightly.
Now, Hunter Biden and his legal team have been making all sorts of claims, from selective prosecution to invalidating the pretrial diversion agreement. But let’s be honest here, folks. It’s hard to argue that there’s political pressure involved when there’s no evidence to support such allegations. The DOJ motion states that Hunter Biden fails to provide any proof that his father, President Biden, or the Justice Department authorized the prosecution for an “improper political purpose.” It seems like he’s grasping at straws, desperately trying to avoid taking responsibility for his actions.
In the end, the facts speak for themselves. Hunter Biden has been indicted on federal gun charges and could face up to 25 years in prison. The evidence against him is mounting, and it’s becoming increasingly difficult for him to deny the allegations. Whether or not he will face the consequences of his actions remains to be seen, but one thing is for sure – this case shines a spotlight on the troubling behavior of someone closely related to the President of the United States. It’s a stark reminder that nobody is above the law, no matter who their daddy is.