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Hunter Biden's Jail-Free Plea Deal Resolves Misdemeanor Tax Charges, Avoids Firearm Felony

Hunter Biden, the son of President Biden, is facing federal charges related to his taxes and business dealings, as announced by the U.S. Justice Department on Tuesday.

One week following Former President Trump's arraignment and plea of not guilty to 37 federal felony charges in a classified records case, news broke about the charges against Hunter Biden.

The younger Biden has agreed to plead guilty to two misdemeanor offenses regarding his federal income tax filings.

Additionally, he has been charged with a felony firearm offense but has entered a pretrial diversion agreement that allows him to avoid prosecution.

According to David Weiss, the Delaware U.S. attorney, Hunter Biden failed to pay federal income taxes for both 2017 and 2018, accumulating a debt of over $100,000 each year.

Furthermore, it was revealed that he possessed a firearm in October 2018 despite knowing he was an unlawful user and, well, addicted to crack.

Potential Consequences and Resolutions

If convicted, Hunter Biden could face up to 12 months in prison for each tax charge and up to 10 years in prison for the firearm charge.

Undoubtedly, Hunter Biden’s legal troubles besmirch the Biden family name; therefore, sullying Uncle Joe’s reelection campaign, but it’s hard to tell exactly how much Democratic primary voters care right now.

The Justice Department is reportedly recommending probation for the tax charges, but the final decision rests with the judge overseeing the case.

Basically, a gentle slap on the wrist for committing crimes the average American would get years, maybe decades, in prison for.

While the investigation remains ongoing, Hunter Biden's attorney, Chris Clark, believes that the five-year investigation into his client has been resolved.

Clark emphasized Hunter's acknowledgment of the mistakes made during a period of personal struggles and expressed his commitment to recovery and moving forward.

Predictably, the sycophantic MSM continues to harangue Trump as a criminal while they give a pass to Baby Biden’s white-collar crime in order to divert negative viewership to the Trump campaign.

Political Backdrop and Reaction

As the news broke, the White House declined to comment on the charges, with a spokesman affirming the president and first lady's support for their son as he rebuilds his life.

The investigation was conducted by David Weiss, the Delaware U.S. attorney, who continued overseeing the case after the transition from the Trump administration.

Republicans swiftly criticized the situation, drawing comparisons to former President Donald Trump's federal charges related to classified documents.

Republican lawmakers argued that Hunter Biden's plea agreement exposed a "two-tiered system of justice" and highlighted a perceived double standard.

On Truth Social, Trump exclaimed, "The Hunter/Joe Biden settlement is a massive coverup and full-scale election interference 'scam' the likes of which has never been seen in our country before."

In response, allies of Hunter Biden pointed out that firearms charges against nonviolent offenders are rare unless accompanied by other patterns of lawbreaking, particularly after a Supreme Court ruling on gun regulations last year.

They also emphasized that Hunter Biden had already paid his back taxes in full over two years ago, which still doesn’t negate the criminal act.

This is a silly rebuttal because Hollywood lawyer, and Joe Biden fanboy, Kevin Morris, apparently covered Hunter’s tab.

According to a source via The New York Post familiar with their discussions, Kevin Morris, an entertainment attorney and successful novelist known for his work with the co-creators of "South Park" and his Tony Award-winning production of "The Book of Mormon," reportedly paid off Hunter Biden's outstanding tax debt, which exceeds $2 million.

What a guy— everybody needs a friend like Kevin.

Not the country, though.

What must the rest of the world be thinking right now?

China is building a massive influence across South America and Africa by presenting itself as the rational superpower willing to broker world peace.

Russia is receiving explicit military support from Iran while the two countries seek to build a regional free trade pact before the end of the year.

Saudi Arabia is investing billions of dollars in Western sports to purchase all of your favorite sports teams while normalizing relations with Tehran.

BRICS membership bids are at an all-time high.

And, the two most high-profile last names in American politics — Biden & Trump — are shrouded in controversy and crime.

There’s no way this doesn’t look corrupt for the Biden administration.

Regardless of the outcome, this is a bad look for democracy.

The sitting president of the United States is using the power of the federal government to indict his chief political rival, and former president, on 31 charges under the Espionage Act while allowing favorable legal treatment to his son to avoid jail time.

Not good.

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