Tucker Carlson’s Twitter Show Highlights Hunter Biden’s Legal Woes
Tucker Carlson premiered the latest episode of his Twitter show, addressing the recent plea deal made by President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter Biden, with the Department of Justice. The episode delved into the implications of this new development in the president’s son’s legal troubles.
The Justice Department’s Stance
According to Carlson, the Justice Department seems to have closed the book on Hunter Biden’s case. He pointed out that there were no dramatic arrests or media coverage surrounding the charges of failure to pay income taxes and unlawful possession of a firearm.
“Hunter Biden, despite breaking federal gun laws, still retains the right to carry a gun. It’s as if nothing ever happened,” Carlson emphasized.
A Secular Miracle
Carlson described the Justice Department’s handling of Hunter Biden’s case as a “secular miracle,” suggesting that the department had absolved him of his past wrongdoings. He also criticized the selective application of the Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA) against political adversaries.
“Hunter Biden acted as a foreign agent, profiting from his connections to his father and other lawmakers. The FBI has been aware of this for years,” Carlson revealed.
Despite possessing Hunter Biden’s laptop and evidence of his activities, the FBI has chosen not to pursue charges related to these allegations.
Good Genes and Plea Deal
Carlson posed the question of why Hunter Biden received preferential treatment, suggesting that his “good genes” played a role. The Justice Department filing revealed that Hunter Biden has agreed to plead guilty to two counts of “willful failure to pay” federal income taxes and will enter a “pretrial diversion agreement” for the firearm possession charge.
However, the plea agreement does not address the more serious allegations against Hunter Biden, which are currently under investigation by House Republicans.
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