Michigan Governor Sidesteps Hunter Biden Inquiry, ‘Loses Connection’

Michigan’s Democratic Governor Gretchen Whitmer appeared on CNN’s “State of the Union,” where she faced questions about Hunter Biden’s felony trial. When asked about Biden’s trial for lying on a federal gun form in 2018, she seemed to dodge the question, claiming she couldn’t hear the interviewer.

Whitmer’s apparent disconnection from the interview has sparked speculation about whether it was deliberate. Some observers noted that she looked off-camera just before the disconnection, leading to questions about the authenticity of the issue. The governor reappeared later in the show after the supposed issue was fixed but still avoided responding directly to the question about Biden’s trial.

Instead, Whitmer criticized former President Donald Trump, calling him a “convicted felon” and praising President Joe Biden for respecting the rule of law. This comes in the wake of Trump’s recent criminal conviction on 34 felony counts of falsifying business records.

With Hunter Biden’s criminal trial ongoing and his upcoming trial on tax evasion charges, the left is facing scrutiny over the Biden family’s legal troubles. While Joe Biden has stated that he would not issue a presidential pardon to his son, the connection between Hunter Biden’s actions and his father’s political standing is an issue of concern for the left.

Questions about Hunter Biden's legal troubles persist as the left continues to focus on criticizing Trump. Some have accused the left of running away from the issue, similar to Whitmer’s actions during the interview.

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