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That’s the main takeaway from Fake Special Counsel David Weiss’ announcement Wednesday that he intends to indict Hunter Biden on felony gun charges by the end of this month — just six weeks ago. It’s exactly the same gun crime that Mr. Weiss tried to erase. Weiss is ineligible to be a special prosecutor, both by regulation and track record, which is, of course, why Attorney General Biden Merrick Garland appointed him.
Don’t think Weiss suddenly grew taller for prosecutors, think again. He had no choice but to announce the indictment. He still wants to bury the firearms charge just as he has buried an important aspect of the investigation he relied on: the Biden family’s business of using Joe Biden’s political clout. I hope However, he was cornered by Judge Marielen Noreika.
Judge Noreika will recall that in late July the president’s Justice Department unraveled a sweetheart plea bargain that he tried to give to the president’s son. This was not done out of malice. Justice Noreika has just asked a basic question that any competent judge would ask. What was the extent of immunity the Justice Department agreed to grant in exchange for Hunter’s guilty plea?. The deal fell apart because Weiss tried to make a quick deal by hiding the indemnity clause outside the formal plea bargain, masking its mopping up, and opposing it if requested.
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In summary, despite the multi-million dollar tax evasion, not to mention mounting evidence that Hunter and the rest of the Bidens (ahem) may have violated several criminal laws in their long-running corruption schemes. Instead, Weiss attempted to settle Hunter’s lawsuit over two misdemeanor taxes. He was charged with a promise not to recommend a prison sentence. Weiss also seeks to clear gun felony charges based on Hunter’s false statements on the required October 2018 federal form (denying being an illegal drug user) related to purchasing a handgun. and
Don’t think Weiss suddenly grew taller for prosecutors, think again. He had no choice but to announce the indictment.
Claims for taxes on misdemeanor crimes are currently uncontroversial. They were fired after a plea deal fell through. But the gun crime was a humiliation for Weiss. It’s a simple deal and a good prosecutor would take him a week or two to investigate and indict him. Weiss instead complied, and the five-year statute of limitations will soon expire.
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Weiss tried to “divert” it in place of charges that would have happened to defendants other than the Biden name. That meant that if Hunter could (literally) keep his nose clean, he would have two years to dismiss the lawsuit. However, there is evidence that the hunters brandished firearms (maybe we should say “guns,” as multiple firearms were suspected to be involved), and are therefore ineligible for diversion under Justice Department guidelines. , which also indicates that he is receiving special treatment. Additionally, the highly irregular manner in which Weiss constructed the mistress agreement allowed Hunter’s attorney to argue that the diversion agreement was still valid. This argument will probably lose, but it shouldn’t matter.
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Noreika gave Weiss a deadline of September 6 to inform him of the status of the case, as Weiss had already attempted to use her as a puppet. As such, he announced that he would file charges, probably by the end of the month. Weiss was forced to say something because Noreika had her foot on the fire, and if Weiss had said anything other than that she might prosecute, there would have been a statute of limitations. .
Keep this in mind.
Five years from now, the Hunter gun case should be the easiest case in the history of American prosecution for a grand jury to present a one-paragraph indictment.Why Weiss Is Still Talking About Indictment When would it have been easier to prosecute? If he had spent just half an hour with the grand jury and had a simple indictment, he wouldn’t have had to say anything to Judge Noreika on Wednesday. A felony would speak for itself. Statutes of limitations will no longer be an issue. They may have just set a trial date.
Instead, Weiss is still haunted. He and the Biden Department of Justice just hope you’re too stupid to realize.
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Weiss told IRS whistleblower agent Gary Shapley that Hunter’s tax charges were blocked by Biden-appointed U.S. Attorneys in the federal districts (Washington, D.C. and Los Angeles) that had jurisdiction over the case. Remember when you claimed you were? Indeed, it was sheer nonsense. In the Justice Department, if there is a dispute between U.S. lawyers, the Attorney General decides — meaning if Judge Biden files a lawsuit, Merrick Garland will tell opposing U.S. lawyers to prosecute Weiss. I ordered you to cooperate. The ministry intended to prosecute the president’s son. But let’s stop talking about guns for a moment.
Gun cases are not like taxes. Hunter purchased the gun in Delaware. He had a gun there. It was lost there (later recovered). There has never been a doubt that Weiss, the US Attorney for the District of Delaware, had jurisdiction in firearms cases.
Weiss cannot even pretend to have been thwarted by Biden-appointed prosecutors on the matter. He is the only prosecutor involved. He never brought a gun case because Weiss didn’t bring a gun case. The statute of limitations has expired because Weiss was not prosecuted.
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And he hasn’t filed charges yet. No more charges against Hunter or anyone else in the Biden corruption investigation.
If David Weiss actually wanted to indict Hunter Biden with a gun, he would have indicted Hunter with a gun years ago. Today, as usual, he’s just slowing down.
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