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Hunter Biden found guilty!

Witch-hunt, weaponizing the justice system, or just a fair conviction? Let’s see the hypocrisy begin!
GolfT2Gz · 56-60, M Best Comment
I’m neither left nor right, red nor blue. I’m red, white and blue and I believe everyone should be held accountable for their actions.
sree251 · 41-45, M
@GolfT2Gz Everybody has something to account for on Judgment Day.
newjaninev2 · 56-60, F
@sree251 Never mind that pap... how do you account for running away from me on another thread?

(other than you always do?) 😂
sree251 · 41-45, M
@newjaninev2 Which thread was that?

WalksWith · 56-60, F
the funny thing is, nobody on the left is threatening, doxxing and swatting the Judge, jury, and prosecutors.
WalksWith · 56-60, F

Oh, I know who you are. I have met men that are just like you, rich and poor, known and unknown.

Don't tell me what to do. I will say whatever I wish. There is nothing you can do about it.
@WalksWith What genocide? [media=https://youtu.be/giktOwxfK-M]
@WalksWith The moment you source wikipedia you lose all credibility
StevetheSleeve · 31-35, M
Why aren’t the second amendment types outraged by the gun laws that took him down?
SevIsPamprinYouAlways · 56-60, F
Dumbman · 36-40
@SevIsPamprinYouAlways do you have any new memes?
SevIsPamprinYouAlways · 56-60, F

I do a little more on here than post memes.
I predicted Hunter Biden's guilty verdict days ago.

Hunter is every bit as guilty as Trump is of the 34 felonies for which he was convicted.
@strictdadhusbandanduncleinpa chides
You're not nearly as brilliant as you think you are.
One doesn't need to be particularly "brilliant" to outsmart you, LOL!!!

All I did was check before posting. Is that what passes for "brilliance" on the right wing these days???
@strictdadhusbandanduncleinpa Hardly anyone is ever prosecuted for what Hunter did. It’s hilarious to see conservatives suddenly supporting a gun restriction.
sree251 · 41-45, M
@LeopoldBloom They are not conservatives but people protecting the 2nd Amendment from getting taken advantage of by bad actors out to wreck it.
badminton · 61-69, MVIP
The law did its job. Guilt or innocence is decided in a court of law, by fair and impartial trial, judge and jury. Trump was also fairly convicted of 34 counts by a fair and impartial trial.
badminton · 61-69, MVIP
@pdockal If you are claiming an unfair trial for Hunter Biden or Trump do you have documented, verifiable evidence to support that claim?
pdockal · 56-60, M

Where did i say that ?
MrBrownstone · 46-50, M
@badminton Do you have documented, verifiable evidence to support that claim?
Puppycat23 · F
The justice system at work. It’s done it’s job like it did in finding Trump guilty of his crimes because no one is above the law.
HumanEarth · 56-60, F
We're friends and I speak openly with you. So i am going to say how I see it.

I think Trump case and Biden case are both smoke screen and distraction for bullshit they are pulling behide the scenes. So the public can't see what's really going on.

Like no one said anything about treaties with the W.H.O. for one thing. That should have gotten world news coverage. But that news was kept quiet

Ever notice that every time there is a presidential election. There is some scandal going on at the same time.
@HumanEarth Finally... Someone looking past all the bs to see what they're actually doing.
HumanEarth · 56-60, F
@HootyTheNightOwl Who @Handfull1 she is one smart cookie.
@HumanEarth People are able to follow more than one news story at a time.
Ynotisay · M
What hypocrisy? He went to trial, was found guilty and that's that. Which is pretty much what Biden said.
Now clearly this was politically motivated. They were trying to bring the President down. Obviously. But he had nothing to do with this and it had ZERO to do with anything government related. Trump's charges did. Again, obviously.
You can play that game if you want but it won't fly.
Handfull1 · 61-69, F
@Ynotisay I was thinking hearing comments from MAGA since Hunter was often a deflection during the Trump trial.
Ynotisay · M
@Handfull1 Oh I'm very sure they're equating the two. Even though it shoots down Trump's victim stance about the courts being weaponized. They won't get that though.
Zaphod42 · 46-50, M
Found guilty by a jury of his peers. Fair trial in both cases 😉
windinhishair · 61-69, M
He was found guilty by a jury of his peers and will have to pay the price, just as Trump will for his crimes. The justice system works, although it is painfully slow sometimes.

I wonder if the DOJ should start a program of cross-referencing gun owners and drug convictions to prosecute those people for lying on their federal firearms forms?
Bet he walks.
Whilst a generation of young black men are in jail from daddy Bidens mandatory sentencing bill..

Handfull1 · 61-69, F
@boudinMan are you talking left politicians or people that vote more liberal? Makes a huge difference.
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Handfull1 · 61-69, F
@boudinMan aren’t you a joy! I see one can’t be nice to you!
@strictdadhusbandanduncleinpa attempts to change the subject by falsely asserting
Misdemeanors magically transformed into felonies

Falsification of business documents is a FELONY when it is done in furtherance of another crime. Just like the DA explained long before the trial. Did Fox News fail to inform you of that pertinent fact???

If you’re looking for the clearest statement of Bragg’s legal theory, you can find it in a November 2023 court filing opposing Trump’s motion to dismiss the case, along with Merchan’s ruling on that motion. Notably, in that ruling, Merchan clarified that § 175.10 “does not require that the ‘other crime’ actually be committed”—“all that is required is that defendant … acted with a conscious aim and objective to commit another crime.”

In his filing, Bragg sets out four potential object offenses: violations of federal campaign finance law under the Federal Election Campaign Act (FECA); violations of New York Election Law § 17-152; violations of federal, local, and state tax law; and additional falsifications of business records outside the Trump Organization. Merchan allowed Bragg to move forward with the first three theories but tossed out the last one.

. . .

The potential tax fraud arises from the particular method by which the Trump Organization reimbursed Cohen for his payments to Daniels. Bragg alleges that “defendant reimbursed Cohen twice the amount he was owed for the payoff so Cohen could characterize the payments as income on his tax returns and still be left whole after paying approximately 50% in income taxes.” Here, Bragg points to federal, state, and local prohibitions on providing knowingly incorrect tax information.
Anniedlr · 26-30, F
At least he’s not whinging like Trump did about his conviction 🙂
MrBrownstone · 46-50, M
@Anniedlr Will he be a verdict denier and go for appeal?
Handfull1 · 61-69, F
@MrBrownstone many go for an appeal. Not necessarily denying the verdict.
trollslayer · 46-50, M
And Biden shows remorse for his crime. Trump??
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@trollslayer It will be interesting to see if Trump was remorseful in his private interview with the parole officer when it’s made public.
ChipmunkErnie · 70-79, M
From the commentary I'd heard from former prosecutors, if he hadn't been a Biden with the high profile, prosecutors would most likely have either not prosecuted or come up with a real plea seal. Cases like this evidently are seldom brought UNLESS there are other more serious charges linked, like violent crimes, etc. But, he was found guilty, so he's stuck. Not weaponization, closer to celebrity hunting a la sending Martha Stewart to jail.
ChipmunkErnie · 70-79, M
@SumKindaMunster From the explanations I've heard and read, the original plea deal was fairly typical but the judge, in reading it, came up with some questions both sides thought were answered -- unfortunately, they disagree on what that answer was. Something about the defense believing the deal covered future charges, the prosecution thinking they could come up with later charges after the deal went into effect -- at least that'ss what the explanation seemed to be.
SumKindaMunster · 51-55, M
@ChipmunkErnie Yes, essentially Biden's lawyers worked some sort of immunity in there, and when exposed, it got shut down by the prosecution. Again, not a "typical" situation at all. What typical person would have such crafty and knowledgeable lawyers to be able to insert immunity into the agreement and not have the prosecution notice?
ChipmunkErnie · 70-79, M
@SumKindaMunster Not the way i heard it, but whatever -- it's a moot point.
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MarineBob · 56-60, M
Does his influence cost more now
Elessar · 26-30, M
It's silly business considering they purposely let the statute of limitations expire on the most serious charges he would have been facing.
TurtlePink · 22-25, F
is he running for president?
TurtlePink · 22-25, F
@Elessar then why are people comparing it to trump?
Elessar · 26-30, M
@TurtlePink Precisely my point!
Handfull1 · 61-69, F
@TurtlePink because Hunter was often used as a deflection talking about political fairness in the judicial system. Nothing more, nothing less.
BigBulge · 41-45, M
He can exhaust a number of appeals until after Election Day. Then, his dad can give him a complete pardon.
WalksWith · 56-60, F
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boudinMan · 61-69, M
quick... someone wake up papa joe and tell him. wait... no, it's probably better to let him get some rest. lol
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SevIsPamprinYouAlways · 56-60, F
@boudinMan Yes, because Trump’s mental acuity is always on full blast:

boudinMan · 61-69, M
@SevIsPamprinYouAlways you're wasting your time posting such drivel, i don't read it.
The privatized media can endlessly engage the public with no risks of effective democracy.
The public accepts the pure evil inherent in this ownership situation. Ethical imperatives do not seem to apply to Americans. They're not a democracy, for example.
Northwest · M
I see where you're going with this 😂
Handfull1 · 61-69, F
@SumKindaMunster but you often do the same. Black and white answers in a very grey world!
SumKindaMunster · 51-55, M
@Handfull1 I never said all pro gun people are law abiding.

Regarding the Trump supporters comment, I was responding in the spirit of the original comment. That comment was not made seriously, and my reply was in kind.
Handfull1 · 61-69, F
@SumKindaMunster I will have to pay more attention to your spirit! 😂😂
SumKindaMunster · 51-55, M
@Handfull1 And you reviewed my comments about gun people and see what I actually said?
Gotta love those right wing gun nuts errrrrr I mean, Hunter Biden. LOL
AthrillatheHunt · 51-55, M
I don’t like how our justice system is being used these days .
sree251 · 41-45, M
@AthrillatheHunt The only just system is the traffic light system where the ruling is mechanical and free of human input.
Biased jury - they only convicted him because they wanted to get back at his dad... 🤔🤔🤔
lost213 · 46-50, M
lol.. I love the way you stir the pot.
Handfull1 · 61-69, F
@lost213 I rarely do that but couldn’t resist.
lost213 · 46-50, M
🤷‍♂️@Handfull1 I mean.. somebody’s gotta do it.
Jimmy2016 · 61-69, M
🤔.......Trump, Hunter and if you could throw in Joe........It would be a Trifecta win........
Kwek00 · 41-45, M
Kwek00 · 41-45, M
@Roundandroundwego Well yeah... Hunter is just Hunter... 🤷‍♂️

4 years of Biden, and this is pretty much all they have. They complain about his son and his daughter.
@Kwek00 endless journalism that never results in democracy. It's privatized internet running the population in thought drills.
Handfull1 · 61-69, F
@Roundandroundwego I’m not sure you even know where I lean! I think both are guilty and should pay the price!
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Handfull1 · 61-69, F
@daisymay not sure who you’re talking to?
daisymay · 51-55, T
@Handfull1 Wow.
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