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U.S. Reacts To Hunter Biden’s Guilty Verdict

Jun 14, 2024


First son Hunter Biden was found guilty Tuesday of a series of gun and drug-related crimes, just five months before his father, President Joe Biden, tries to seek a second term in the White House.

The younger Biden was found guilty of (Christian Post):

  • Making a false statement in connection with the acquisition of a firearm
  • Making a false statement with respect to information required to be kept in records
  • Possession of a firearm despite his status of “a person who is an unlawful user of or addicted to a controlled substance

The jury in Wilmington, Delaware, found Biden guilty of these crimes, many of which date back to before his father’s first bid for presidential office in 2020. He is also under the microscope in relation to a series of other potential crimes involving influence peddling, and payment to prostitutes to cross state lines, the Christian Post noted. (LEARN MORE: City Voters Tell Biden They’re ‘Fed Up’ With Democrats)

How Are People Reacting?

Journalist Geraldo Rivera said that “the evidence against the president’s son was overwhelming.” However, Rivera seemed hopeful that Biden would be able to make his way through the case with the support and compassion of the public. This was far from the case. “He’s now facing substantial jail time, up to 25 years,” Rivera noted.

“The biggest crimes of the Biden Crime Family remain untouched.” Republican Georgia Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene said following the verdict. “Hunter Biden just became the Deep State’s sacrificial lamb to show that Justice is ‘balanced’ while the other crimes remain ignored,” she added. (LEARN MORE: Feds Reportedly Release Terrorist ‘Accidentally’)

“Just like the Trump trial, it was a sham, but a sham for a different reason. It’s a sham designed to legitimize the Trump conviction; that’s why it came right after, even for charges that date way far back,” said one-time presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy. “But it also avoids accountability for the Biden crime family on the actual things that Hunter Biden should have been charged for.”

Where Do You Want Lawmakers Focused?

Our nation is at a crossroads, dealing with pivotal issues that directly impact your daily lives – from ensuring religious freedom, fair and secure elections to fighting against inflation and advocating for secure borders. The strength of our community, the rights of our parents, and the protection of girls’ sports are not just political issues; they are the fabric of our society. It’s time to take a stand against crime, reform our institutions, and ensure the prosperity and security of our nation. (LEARN MORE: Interview Suggests New Evidence On Voter Machine Issues In 2020)

You have conversations with your loved ones, communities, and other networks every day about the things that matter most to you. You can now have those conversations with your lawmakers, so they know how to act on your behalf.

Did you know that you, your family, and friends can send letters directly to your elected officials today? We can tell your leaders what you want from their time in office, and what you expect from our federal government. Letter-writing campaigns, or even just a single letter, can be enough to sway policy and create positive change.

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