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Sep 14, 2023Liked by Emily Miller

It’s HUNTER BIDEN, it’s Washington and it’s the Justice Department controlled by Garland. This will make the SNL best of skits. Nothing will come of it!

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It's still a big deal for the president's son to be indicted on gun charges!

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It's supposed to be a big deal for a former President to be indicted. That happened, and if anything it gave Donald Trump an even tighter hold on the lead for the GOP nomination.

Ever since the Democrats did their impeachment fiasco when Trump was President, the "big deal" factor of these types of events has been seriously diluted. We get it--the Democrats will do anything, say anything, concoct anything to advance their agenda and retain power in Washington.

Given the multiple indications that Hunter Biden was engaged in old-time influence peddling, these gun charges are the absolute minimum that he could have faced. Unless there's more on the way, this is just more Democrat show-trial Kabuki theater.

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Firearms control is one of several things that extremely excite the liberals to a point of ecstacy that is detestable to a reasonable individual, as well as an unreasonable person like myself. I have zero tolerance for being harmed

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Sep 14, 2023Liked by Emily Miller

Of all the evident charges that Hunter could have been hit with by the Special Counsel (who once worked with another Biden, his brother Beau, in Delaware - apparently a very small state) such as tax evasion or FARA violation -> this gun charge is the ONLY one that does not directly or indirectly implicate his father, the President. Hmmm.

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Well it's a very obvious crime. There's no need to explain this one in complicated terms. It's black and white.

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Sep 14, 2023Liked by Emily Miller

Also, while I don't feel sorry for Hunter in particular, given that his crimes and immorality are too large for me to forgive, I do feel sorry for others caught in the 4473 trap. The whole background check system is both unconstitutional and useless.

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Sep 14, 2023Liked by Emily Miller

I think he will use the 2A as a defense, as it is a good defense. And Papa Biden can point out that he and his son can have differences in opinion on political issues.

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I think he can't use it at the same time his father is putting out constant messages on the Supreme Court ruling being dangerous and Second Amendment rights are limited etc. But we shall see!

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My fear is that this will be all that happens with David Weiss "investigation".

The plea deal involved tax charges--where are those? At a minimum it's not unreasonable to think he should have been indicted for everything that was in the aborted plea deal.

This feels like a "ok, he's been indicted, so let's drop it and 'move on'" sort of ploy.

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I have a feeling that Weiss got "spanked" for having all the other charges, lumped into one. So, he'll break the charges up into separate indictments. Gun charges, Not Registering as a Foreign Agent, Cocaine possession, Prostitution etc. I've heard that Hunter's friends paid off his unpaid taxes for him. Why are so many Federal crimes able to be paid off with Fines and no Prison time ?

But what did Hunter give to the Family Law Judge who reduced his Child Support payments to the mother of Navy Joan and Navy Joan Roberts ? Did Hunter submit accurate statements from the beginning to the Court on this or were those Fabricated ? Not to mention, how many other things that he should have to answer for !

I've heard the DoJ "slow walked" more than one crime trying to "protect" Hunter from having multiple charges filed against him at the same time; and Judges, agreeing to Prosecutors STACKING the charges against him in hopes he will agree to a Plea Bargain, which appears is what they are doing against Trump currently. Hunter has a law degree, so he knows how to "gain the system" !

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I have a hard time equating Weiss being called on the carpet with Weiss being made Special Counsel.

The point of rolling all the potential crimes into a single plea deal was painfully obvious: make the issue go away. Had the plea deal gotten rubber stamped by the court it would have worked.

It seems far more probable that Weiss' appointment as Special Counsel is a "Plan B" approach. Now he can continue to slow walk at least the more serious charges, and especially the ones which lead back to the White House. The indictment on gun charges will go through a set of motions and posturings, and ultimately Hunter Biden will plead guilty and serve a little jail time.

If the heat stays on Weiss after that they can roll out the tax charges and go through the same Kabuki show-trial nonsense all over again. Without even trying Weiss can use his appointment as Special Counsel to keep the legal balls in the air well past November 2024. If you kick the can far enough down the road eventually people will lose interest--or so the theory goes.

I don't see Weiss getting "spanked" because I don't see Weiss doing anything other than what he was supposed to do--make Hunter Biden's dumpster fire of a life go away.

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Garland appointed Weiss as "Special Counsel" to cover Garland not allowing Weiss to go after Hunter in all 50 states. Remember: these folks thrive on CONFUSION ! Weiss claimed he was limited by Garland, which was Kuboki Theater, in other words, it was just a ruse. When this story broke in the Mockingbird press, the attention was on Hunter, not on Joe.

Weiss and Garland are on the same team. Nothing will happen to Garland for not allowing Weiss to go after Hunter on ALL the charges. So they had to make it appear that Weiss was disciplined when NOTHING will happen to Weiss or to Garland. They will ALL say whatever they have to, to protect Joe at all costs. And yes, they'll use Hunter as their decoy/diversion/distraction to keep people focused on Hunter's crimes and not on Joe's crimes !

Will this keep the Republicans in Congress from being able to look at all the FACTS about Joe and what he did, because the Feds will claim they can't release anything on Joe and Hunter because Hunter is under Federal investigation ? It doesn't appear the DoJ is investigating Joe at all. Joe and Hunter's crimes are intermingled together by design ! Will this intermingling of crimes protect Joe, who can pardon Hunter ?

Weiss protects Garland, Garland protects Joe. They ultimately ALL have each other's backs. In other words, Weiss IS covering up for and protecting Garland, who is protecting Joe. The Deeep State will gladly make it appear Weiss got spanked by the Federal Judge who said he couldn't combine the charges together. This is the role of Mockingbird media, slam Hunter to avoid people asking questions about Joe.

Many Americans still think that Weiss is a "good guy" because he went after Hunter, but failed in front of this Judge. They don't see Weiss protecting Garland, and Garland protecting Joe.

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It's become obvious to me that the Dems are getting ready to push Joe under the bus at the last minute. This will allow for a number of things: among them a last minute pardon for Hunter, an end to the impeachment inquiry by declaring it "pointless", an opportunity to keep Joe's replacement under wraps to limit opposition research and preparation, a chance for the media to appear to be fair in their reporting while still shilling for whoever the Dems put forward. The best thing that could come from this would be an honest discussion of gun laws.

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Sep 14, 2023Liked by Emily Miller

If he can get away with it so can everyone else!

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Check out my story of the pot smoker with a gun who got four years in prison but an appeals court overturned it. https://www.emilypostnews.com/p/hunter-biden-defense-smoke-pot-crack

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Sep 15, 2023Liked by Emily Miller

I have read the Hunter Indictment and there is a MAJOR mistake on page 2 under COUNT 1. Or, is it a nothing burger ? The mistake I am referring to is that it describes another gun, not the gun that is seen in Hunter's hands with his finger ON the trigger, where he is basically nude. This photo is from Hunter's laptop and not in the public domain. The Indictment specifically states "a Colt Cobra 38SPL revolver with serial number RA 551363 from Company 1...".

Source of the Hunter Indictment from 09.14..2023:

https://dailycaller.com/2023/09/14/hunter-biden-indicted-gun-charge/?pnespid=rLo.FHRLNKAew_XO_iTuHpDVr0u8TJV4JLminbRjqA1mKDGurdspQYob461tVPcvFt8MTI3S

The gun in Hunter's hands is NOT a "revolver" but a semi-automatic. This is the very type of pistol ACTION that democrats for years have sought to ban because of it being a semi-auto ACTION ! Does this means that Hunter may have ANOTHER pistol in addition to the semi-auto pistol that he bought in 2018 ? Does this mean Hunter has been in possession of this other pistol, a "revolver", longer than the week or so he was in possession of the semi-auto pistol he bought illegally in 2018 ?

Is this an intentional mistake on the part of Weiss and the DoJ to help Hunter's lawyer's get Hunter off of the Indictment charges ? This is just the beginning folks. CNN and other Deeep State Mockingbird media is starting to turn on Biden. Buckle up and hold onto your saddle horn !

I don't trust Weiss or the DoJ at all. Something FISHY is going on friends !

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Sep 15, 2023Liked by Emily Miller

The legal strategy of his attorneys will be coordinated with the White House, DNC, et al. They may make noise but when the rubber hits the road, it will be what keeps Joe Biden and the establishment safe. Joe and Hunter know where bodies are buried. Again, their public defense will be lots of noise and smoke. Sadly, it may be manipulated to the end result being a slap on the wrist.

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Sep 14, 2023Liked by Emily Miller

I would love for him to get off on 2A grounds and the Republicans flood the airwaves with film of Joe calling for gun control and Hunter getting off. And the drug user ban declared unconstitutional.

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It will be interesting to see if Joe Biden pulls back on all the gun control campaign rhetoric now.

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Sep 15, 2023Liked by Emily Miller

I can’t imagine Joe pulling back. He is so adamant in his hate of guns and gun rights. But if anything can moderate him, this might.

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Using this to make the persecution of DJT appear “fair”; watch the bleating about it in the corporate media.

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The first time a president's kid is indicted is a big deal....

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Sep 15, 2023Liked by Emily Miller

PRECISELY ! The Deeep State and the democrats for years have tried to INDICT Trump's adult children and if one of my sources is correct, they have even investigated Barron to go after Donald J. Trump. They are desperate because Trump was NOT supposed to win in 2016 against Hilry.

Which begs the question:

Why has there been ZERO Federal Investigations or Audits of Billy, Hilry, Chelsee, her hubby or the Clinton Foundation ? Rumor is the Clintons paid for Chelsee's million dollar plus wedding from donations sent to the Clinton Foundation that was meant for Haiti Relief.

501-C-3 Non-profit organizations are supposed to ONLY spend donations for the things they collected money for, and NOTHING else.

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Serious question: how so?

Clinton was effectively disbarred. Trump has been indicted. When the Washington DC swamp starts to resemble the Illinois statehouse, how is the President's kid getting indicted a a big deal? If anything, it's more like par for the course.

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It is "a big deal" because it now OPENS the barn door versus the kitchen back door, for POTUS and the Veep's children to be indicted AND now they will have to hire lawyers to defend themselves, when they are often innocent. The democRATS have almost perfect "LAW-fare" using Indictments to wage war against their opponents, and this will now include children of candidates.

Don't think for a minute that the Deeep State and democrat's aren't digging through Don Jr., Eric's and Ivanka's taxes, their business taxes and any "gift's" their dad gave to them and anything else they can find about them.

The Deeep State will use this "new tool" to get POTUS' and Veep's to plea bargain rather than make their children go through the process of long and drawn out investigations and Hearings. The Deeep State may never get a conviction but "the 'process' itself is the punishment !" Hope Hicks, age 34, did nothing wrong, but she resigned rather than being put through the democrats "meat grinder." I don't blame her !

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Sep 14, 2023Liked by Emily Miller

Hunter wont need a defense because he’ll be “diverted” and plea. Total BS. My guess is all the waivers from all future prosecutions will reappear in the plea deal and the whole Biden family crime spree will memory hole itself.

While I’m thinking about it, here’s a question for the “class” - did all of the corruption stuff just happen in a narrow two year window or is it ongoing? Or did it preexist 2015? It doesn’t make sense to me - things on that magnitude didn’t start from zero - they had to be going on for years before and probs years after. He’s paying 50k a month rent. I just don’t buy that he’s living on investments.

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They can't pull it back without a plea which means he will actually have to admit to committing a gun crime while his father is running for more gun control.

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Sep 14, 2023Liked by Emily Miller

I think he already admitted to doing so. I didn’t read it, but they say he wrote it in his book. It’ll be some serious favoritism. My prediction. 😀

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Sep 14, 2023Liked by Emily Miller

Good that you have posted this right away. One party always clamors for more firearms laws yet when they get all they want, it becomes clear their actions are not solution. This should be a Project Exile type case, 3 federal violations @ minimum 5 years each so 15 years at the Graybar Hotel. As felonies, he loses the right to vote and to own firearms all most appropriate for narcissist.

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Now that he's charged, there is no way to avoid pleading to something related to a gun crime.

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This does nothing to get Joe. This is why they're only charging him with this. And it will not yield any jail time. This is a nothing. He needs to be charged with crimes associated with his father.

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I think being charged with a gun crime is a big deal in itself.

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For him. Not his father. Now, if he is convicted and gets jail time, will Joe pardon him? THAT would be a problem.

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Don’t be fooled.

Today's indictment of Hunter Biden for gun felonies is just more coverup by Delaware U.S. Attorney David Weiss, who has protected the Bidens for years.

Weiss, handpicked by both Democrat home-state senators in Delaware, let the statute of limitations expire on serious tax charges, buried evidence deemed credible by the Pittsburgh U.S. Attorney of the Bidens' alleged foreign bribery schemes, and attempted to give Hunter a sweetheart deal with secret, broad immunity that protected President Biden.

President Biden knows he cannot pardon Hunter right now. That would lead to politically and legally disastrous consequences before November 5, 2024. If pardoned, Hunter can no longer plead the Fifth Amendment--and refuse to testify before Congress. Hunter’s Fifth Amendment protections also disappear if Weiss gives Hunter a plea agreement with a prosecution waiver or some other immunity deal that shields him from criminal charges.

Weiss's charges today continue his deceptive pattern--for years--of protecting Hunter. More troubling, Weiss is protecting President Biden. Indeed, where are Hunter’s charges related to foreign corruption, acting as an unregistered foreign agent, tax evasion, wire fraud, and other criminal charges that could implicate President Biden?

President Biden and Weiss will rescue Hunter after the 2024 election. Weiss will give Hunter another sweetheart deal. President Biden will pardon Hunter—and maybe even himself. Hunter will not spend a day in jail.

Most troubling, there are credible allegations--with corroborating evidence--the President of the United States may be compromised by foreign bribes and other corruption.

The Biden Justice Department will now point to Hunter's indictment, pretend there's an ongoing investigation and prosecution, and refuse to produce any records to--or answer any questions from--Congress, the press, or the public.

The House may consider granting Hunter immunity now. The Biden Justice Department will never seriously prosecute Hunter anyway. The House should force Hunter to testify.

Knowing whether the President is compromised is much more consequential than a no-jail-time felony conviction for a crackhead with a gun.

If Hunter obstructs or lies, the Trump Justice Department will prosecute him after January 20, 2025.

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