Joe Biden held his first Imperial news conference today and he made sure not to call on Faux News. He knew that Peter Doocy was all set to ask him about a gun that belonged to Hunter Biden which his sister-in-law ditched in a dumpster. A deep state unit of the Secret Service allegedly tried to cover it up.
Hunter becomes the hunted
The one thing His Wisdom Joe Biden refused to answer at his first ever Imperial Palace press conference is the question, “Just today we have learned of another story involving your son Hunter, this time surrounding a 2018 firearms incident in which your daughter in law allegedly threw Hunter’s handgun in a trash can behind a grocery store behind a high school.
Ultimately the Secret Service intervened despite the fact that you were not under Secret Service protection at the time. What do you know about the involvement in the case of Hunter’s handgun?” A palace spokesunit later denied the whole thing. Imperial Leader Joe Biden “was not aware of the agency’s involvement.” He knows all about how “plausible deniability works.” The big guy never gets bothered with the details, and that’s exactly why.
After Hunter’s brother Beau, known as the “good son” passed away, Hunter started sleeping with his sister-in-law. At some point in the relationship, she allegedly took out a restraining order to keep him away from her daughter.
Later, the horny cracked-out alcoholic got busted for knocking up a stripper while he was still living with Hallie. The story only gets stranger.
In October of 2018, for some unknown reason, Hallie Biden snatched a handgun belonging to Hunter and ditched it in a dumpster behind a shopping mall. As soon as Biden found out, he became furious and ordered her to get it back. By then it was gone.
Dumpster divers move quick in Delaware. “an older man who regularly rummages through the grocery’s store’s trash to collect recyclable items” found the handgun “and returned it days later.” Returned to who? nobody knows.
Reported to police
The quirky couple at least alerted authorities which got the Delaware State Police and the FBI involved. As stated in the police report, Hunter Biden “became very agitated” when he was asked “if the firearm had been used to commit a crime.”
That’s when they asked him if “he was doing drugs or drinking?” He sidestepped that one neatly by admitting that “Hallie Biden was concerned about him being mentally unstable, saying that she was concerned that he was going to commit suicide.”
Delaware PD made a big deal about the dumpster being located next to a High School but it was the “especially” secret Secret Service agents who raise the real cloak and dagger questions.
Two sources independently confirmed that “Secret Service agents approached the owner of the store where Hunter Biden had bought the weapon and asked to take the paperwork involved in the transaction.” The owner, Ron Palmieri, refused because he suspected the “Secret Service agents wanted to hide Hunter Biden’s ownership of the missing weapon in case it would be involved in a crime.” If it hadn’t been already.
Meanwhile back at HQ, the Secret Service swears up and down that they have “no record of its agents being involved in the incident.” His Wisdom Joe Biden “was not under protection at the time.”
But, the palace admits, “the Secret Service agents at the agency’s offices in Wilmington, Delaware, would unofficially help manage Joe Biden’s security.” That branch “does not have any official record of incident” either. Hunter Biden? Who’s he?
Politico managed to get their hands on “copies of the Firearms Transaction Record and a receipt for the gun dated Oct. 12, 2018.”
On the application, “Hunter responded ‘no’ to a question on the transaction record that asks, ‘Are you an unlawful user of, or addicted to, marijuana or any depressant, stimulant, narcotic drug, or any other controlled substance?’ Five years earlier, he had been discharged from the Navy Reserve after testing positive for cocaine, and he and family members have spoken about his history of drug use.”
That’s not good for his dad. “Lying on an ATF Form 4473 is a felony that can carry a 10-year prison sentence with a $250,000 fine.”