BREAKING: Hunter Biden’s Legal Team Just Threw Beau’s Widow Under The Bus

(Congressional Agenda) – The legal team representing Hunter Biden decided the best legal strategy to put forward in defense of their client would be to place the blame for all of the bad things he did on the widow of his deceased brother, Hallie Biden, whom Hunter had a love affair with after Beau Biden’s death. This has to be one of the most classless, messed up families in the realm of modern politics, right up there with the Clinton family.

George C. Upper III, contributor for The Western Journal, stated in a recent article that media outlet Axios reported on Wednesday that “Hunter’s lead defense attorney Abbe Lowell repeatedly deflected blame toward Hallie.”

“Hallie Biden, who is the widow of Hunter’s brother, Beau, was engaged in a romantic relationship with Hunter in October of 2018, which is when Hunter purchased a firearm, for which transaction he is now on trial. According to the Justice Department, Hunter signed a federal form that claimed he was not using drugs, though he was addicted to both alcohol and crack cocaine at the time,” Upper wrote.

While engaged in a relationship with the toxic and highly poisonous person that is Hunter Biden, Hallie also struggled with addiction. Why does it seem like everything and everyone that gets close to this family somehow gets ruined? If you are in any way connected to the Biden family, you should cut ties immediately and get as far away from them as possible. They are bad, bad news.

The first son is currently facing a total of three federal charges for the purchase.

“Lowell said that Hallie Biden — who is set to testify as soon as Wednesday and has been granted immunity — found the gun and ‘created a firestorm,’ ‘freaked out,’ ‘freaked out again,’ ‘took it upon herself to take the gun,’ and put it in a Dumpster near a Delaware grocery store,” Axios disclosed in its article on the topic.

Lowell also placed strong emphasis on the fact it was “Hallie, not Hunter” who got rid of the gun in what he called an “irresponsible manner,” leaving the weapon where anyone could find it.

And that’s exactly what happened. The gun was indeed found by another man. Fortunately, the man turned the weapon into the police. Two law enforcement officers were involved with the recovery of the gun and they are expected to provide testimony against Hunter Biden.

“Hallie Biden probably won’t be the only Biden family member testifying against Hunter, Axios noted, as Kathleen Buhle, Hunter’s ex-wife, is also on the prosecution’s witness list. On the other side, President Joe Biden’s brother James Biden and Buhle’s daughter Naomi Biden are both possible defense witnesses,” the report declared.

“Buhle and Hallie likely will testify about Hunter’s addiction to crack cocaine, while Jimmy and Naomi are likely to testify about Hunter’s state of mind when he bought a gun in Wilmington,” Axios divulged.

The younger son of the president has also had his now infamous laptop officially entered as case evidence by the Justice Department.

The three charges that have been filed against Hunter Biden carry a maximum penalty of 25 years in prison. However, since Biden is a first-time offender, it’s unlikely such a severe sentence would be given to him.

Just before the start of the trial, the president issued a statement saying, “I am the President, but I am also a dad. Jill and I love our son, and we are so proud of the man he is today. Hunter’s resilience in the face of adversity and the strength he has brought to his recovery are inspiring to us. A lot of families have loved ones who have overcome addiction and know what we mean.”

“As the President, I don’t and won’t comment on pending federal cases, but as a dad, I have boundless love for my son, confidence in him, and respect for his strength. Our family has been through a lot together, and Jill and I are going to continue to be there for Hunter and our family with our love and support,” he added.

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