Impeach and Indict Biden

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The Bidens have had a very bad week

Think about it . . .

There are now hundreds of federal employees, from cabinet officers down to GS-4s, working full time on covering up Joe Biden's corruption, attacking Biden's accusers, and managing the media and The Narrative.

If the actual number were in the thousands it wouldn't be a surprise. Then there is the media -- a force multiplier. There's hundreds or thousands more there, but they talk to the world. Whatever the number, it's a hell of an operation and it's operating 7/24 to defend Joe Biden from the indefensible..

The White House began its preparation for the events of last week in November, 2022, when Rep. James Comer (R-KY) announced the House Oversight Committee had set its sights on the Biden family's influence peddling.

Within 24 hours of the announcement, far-left activist and yellow-journalist, David Brock, announced that he was leaving Media Matters, the anti-free speech, radical left-wing rag he has controlled for over two decades, to help Joe Biden spin his cover story -- "The Narrative" -- a constantly evolving counter-story disputing the hard and unpleasant facts of the Biden Family's business dealings with international criminals and the Red Chinese.

The White House Counsel’s office added staff and beefed up its communication efforts. The office has been deeply researching and preparing for this day. They’ve worked to identify their own vulnerabilities and planned effective responses to the damaging contents of the laptop, and banking records from the Treasury Department. They were ready -- ready to control The Narrative.

Some not-so-friendly persuasion

The White House is now writing and distributing copy packages for the media. Last Wednesday, the White House Counsel's office relieved the burden of reporters and editors everywhere by writing their news reports for them while continually reminding the editors of the keyword phrase -- "no evidence" -- it must be repeated incessantly.

    Enclosed you will find a 14-page appendix that comprehensively addresses the 7 key lies House Republicans are suggesting they are basing an impeachment on. We hope this document helps provide you with factual information useful in your reporting on their unprecedented, unfounded claims underlying an impeachment inquiry without any evidence of wrongdoing.

Counsel Office spokesman Ian Sam demands the news media “ramp up its scrutiny of House Republicans” in retaliation for opening an impeachment inquiry into Joe Biden.

    It’s time for the media to ramp up its scrutiny of House Republicans for opening an impeachment inquiry based on lies. Even House Republican members are admitting that there is simply no evidence that Joe Biden did anything wrong, much less impeachable, that should set off alarm bells for news organizations.

    For years, Republicans in Congress have tried to muddy the waters by attracting media coverage of their allegations, and as they choose to move forward with impeachment, it is the responsibility of the independent press to treat their claims with the appropriate scrutiny. Covering impeachment as a process story -- Republicans say X, but the White House says Y -- is a disservice to the American public who relies on the independent press to hold those in power accountable.

    And in the modern media environment, where every day liars and hucksters peddle disinformation and lies everywhere from Facebook to Fox, process stories that fail to unpack the illegitimacy of the claims on which House Republicans are basing all their actions only serve to generate confusion, put false premises in people’s feeds, and obscure the truth.

    House Republican leaders should be held accountable for the fact that they are lurching toward impeachment over allegations that are not only unfounded but, in virtually all cases, have been actively disproven.

When a document such as that crosses an editor's desk, he or she knows damn well what tomorrow's news is going to look like. They know the document isn't a request, but an action item, and within the hour, media operatives began churning out content opposing the House impeachment inquiry.

Meanwhile, there's movement in Hunter's case

David Weiss, who was appointed U.S. special counsel by U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland in August, said in a court filing that the government would seek a grand jury indictment of Hunter Biden before the September 29th deadline under the Speedy Trial Act. in a status report to U.S. District Judge Maryellen Noreika.

This two-minute-clip lays it all out. How it began. Where it is and what it doesn't address.

On October, 23, 2018, Hallie Biden, Hunter Biden's sister-in-law, illegally, and carelessly disposed of a handgun belonging to Hunter. The bizarre episode occurred when Hallie, late brother Beau’s wife and Hunter's lover, found his .38-caliber handgun in his truck, and threw it into a dumpster behind a market across the street from a high school.

Concerned with what she did, returned and found the gun missing. For some reason, she goes to the gun store and tells the manager her tale of woe and he called the Wilmington police. The police interview Hallie and Hunter at the StarQuest Shooters & Survival Supply, and in the middle of the questioning, two Secret Service agents arrived and asked for the gun stores records of the sale.

The question that begs an answer is, "what was the Secret Service doing, sniffing around this gun case?"

25 years in prison and a $750,000 fine

Hunter has been charged with three felony gun-related counts, including possession of a firearm by a person who is an “unlawful user of or addicted to any controlled substance." Under a plea deal that later fell apart, Hunter was also charged with two misdemeanor charges of failing to pay taxes, which were finally paid by some Hollywood lawyer in a deal that looks hinky as all hell. Those charges and several others were not included in the indictment

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Hunter Biden faces up to 25 years in prison and a $750,000 fine if convicted. Most legal experts agree that the charges brought against Hunter Biden are rarely prosecuted.

In reality, few people fit Mr. Biden’s profile -- a nonviolent first-time offender accused of lying on a federal firearms application who never used the weapon (in his case, a Colt Cobra .38, which he owned for less than two years). The mere filing of the charges is somewhat unusual, say former law enforcement officials, and the legal basis for the prosecution is constitutionally challenged.

When officials at the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives reviewed Hunter Biden’s gun application a few years ago, they assumed that if the target had been a lesser-known person, the process would most likely have been dismissed, because the gun was not used in a crime, and Mr. Biden has taken steps to get sober and stay sober.

What it's really all about

From the Republicans perspective, Hunter's case is a path to The Big Guy. The Democrats know this and they know they must prevent that outcome at all cost.

Very special prosecutor, Weiss, has been on this case for over five years. Had he ever been serious about meeting out justice to Hunter, he would have indicted him on the tax charges -- a layup -- years ago. Hunter's deals brought $31 million from the Red Chinese and another $20 million from the Europeans into the Biden family. Weiss slow-rolled his investigation until the statute of limitations ran out. Now, he's back, serving as an improper, if not illegal special prosecutor, to continue to run interference for the Bidens.

In July, Weiss tried to slide a "Get Out Of Jail Free" deal past a federal judge and got caught, so the judge is watching him. This is his last gambit. He must succeed -- but how would "success" be measured?

Weiss will be successful if Hunter Biden is found "guilty" of all charges and the court accepts the very special prosecutor's recommendation of a fine, probation, and counseling. Weiss must end it! There must be no other charges hanging over Hunter's head. Only then, would he no longer be compelled to testify against his father, Joe. That is what Weiss' task is all about.

Every left-leaning news, entertainment and social media outlet would then declare the Hunter matter closed. Hunter Biden was a bad boy. He has been tried and punished. Move on!

What isn't in the indictment

What the Democrats want everybody to ignore is that there are two things going on here, the Biden crime, and the Biden crime cover-up.

    The tax issues are not settled. A much bigger legal bombshell is expected to drop soon, as Hunter will likely face federal tax charges for allegedly failing to pay taxes on $4.4 million in income he made in 2017 and 2018 from a Ukrainian energy company, a Chinese private equity firm, and other sources.

    Then there is the FARA violations. Hunter Biden and his father Joe clearly engaged as agents of a foreign government or enterprise to influence U.S. policy or public opinion in the Burisma matter and again on the Xi's Belt and Road Initiative. There can be little doubt of that.

    There are still the questions about Hunter's connection to Russian human traffickers, so a lot is still up in the air, but the Weiss indictment -- with a little luck -- will make that all go away, and in doing so, cut all connections to Hunter Biden's father Joe, who is facing the biggest campaign in his life -- if he can remember it.

Team Biden isn't going to sit by and just watch

The FBI has created a special unit to tackle the “unprecedented” number of threats to prosecutors and FBI agents involved in the Hunter Biden investigation because they face criticism for covering up the Biden Crime Family's corruption since at least 2018 -- and look at who's out doing PR! -- Russiagate's inside man, Peter Strzok.

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“We have stood up an entire threat unit to address threats that the FBI employee facilities are receiving,” Jennifer L. Moore, then an executive director of human resources for the FBI, told members of the House Judiciary Committee in June. The new unit would comprise ten agents whose “sole mission on a daily basis” is to investigate “threats to FBI employees at facilities.”

Of course, the public must take the word of the FBI that any such "threats" actually exist. Intimidation is always a favorite of tyrants.

Is it all for naught? -- is the jig up for Joe?

Unfortunately for the Big Guy, it may already be too late. The Washington Post has a message for Joe, "It's over!"

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Joe won't leave voluntarily. He can't. He needs the power of the office to keep him and his family out of Leavenworth.

Let the trials begin.

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