Hunter Biden: What’s the real reason behind this trial?

Once the FBI admitted Hunter Biden’s laptop as evidence, thereby authenticating its contents, we all knew that he should be on trial for money laundering, for tax evasion regarding the millions he made from Burisma, for selling influence and government action, and for operating as an unregistered foreign agent in Ukraine and China.

Instead, they went after him on a Second Amendment case. (We wonder whether this case will be appealed on 2SA grounds?) Why? Could it be because it’s the only crime that doesn’t implicate his father? Is it to say “Look – we prosecuted the President’s son, we on the left are even-handed in delivering justice for everyone, no matter how big they are.” This is a rebuttal to the accusation the Trump witch-hunt is political. Here’s our warning: Beware of false equivalencies between this and the weaponized lawfare that borders on election interference.

The charges against him included lying to a federally licensed gun dealer, making a false claim on the application by saying he was not a drug user, and illegally possessing the gun for 11 days. The trial concluded with the jury finding him guilty on all three charges.

The prosecution’s case focused on Hunter Biden’s drug use and his possession of a gun during a period when he was addicted to drugs, which is against federal law.

The defense argued that Hunter did not believe he had a serious drug problem at the time of the gun purchase and that there was no attempt to deceive anyone. The pity call is pathetic. The man is a degenerate.