Hunter Biden convicted on all gun charges

by ian

CORRECTION: We, along with other outlets, shared a statement allegedly from Donald Trump vowing to “save” Hunter if reelected, while saying Hunter’s 2nd amendment rights should be protected. The Trump campaign has since come out saying that statement was fake, and did not come from the former President or his campaign. Trump’s actual statement condemned the conviction as ” nothing more than a distraction from the real crimes of the Biden Crime Family, which has raked in tens of millions of dollars from China, Russia, and Ukraine.”

ORIGINAL ARTICLE: The verdict is in for Hunter Biden. Earlier today, a Delaware jury found the president’s son guilty on all three counts for lying on a federal gun application about his drug addiction in 2018. President Joe Biden has promised not to pardon his son.

The elder Biden released a statement saying “I will accept the outcome of this case and will continue to respect the judicial process as Hunter considers an appeal.” Hunter faces up to 25 years in prison and fines as high as $750,000, though most legal experts believe he will receive a much lighter sentence as a first-time offender.

Former President Donald Trump is surprisingly coming to Hunter’s defense. Following the verdict, Trump released a statement promising to “save” Hunter if reelected saying “It is hard to blame him for wanting a gun, which he has a God-given right to have under the 2nd Amendment.”

Hunter also faces tax charges in California, the trial for which is set to take place in September.