The news that Hunter Biden entered into a plea agreement with federal prosecutors for two measly tax-related misdemeanors and a felony gun charge — a charge that will be ultimately dropped if he doesn’t violate probation — is just the latest confirmation that our justice system is no longer blind.
This move appears to be the culmination of an investigation that’s dragged on for five long years for no good reason. However, it’s now clear that the U.S. attorney in Delaware either refused to look at the Biden family international influence peddling operation or even worse — Joe Biden’s politicized Justice Department blocked him from doing so.
Republicans in the U.S. House of Representatives must continue asking questions about this corrupt deal in the days and weeks to come. (RELATED: PETER ROFF: The Biden White House Will Not Be Able To Hide Behind Hunter’s Sweetheart Plea Deal)
Hunter Biden’s deal in Delaware can’t be analyzed in a vacuum. Just as the president’s son escapes with what can’t even be described as a slap on the wrist, former President Donald Trump is facing 37 felony counts involving the Presidential Records Act that could result in him spending the rest of his life