The aftermath of Hunter Biden’s plea deal implosion continue to reverberate throughout the media, with more than one high profile figure weighing in on the stunning turn of events that played out in the courtroom.
And, while several have taken to Twitter to air their opinions, some individuals have gone even further, writing a full-on analysis of the continued airing of very dirty laundry embedded within the White House.
Meghan McCain wrote a scathing editorial regarding the rampant corruption in the White House, with some rather cutting, completely on point remarks.
“The mainstream media wall of silence protecting America’s First Family has been crumbling for some time, but now its whole rotten foundation may collapse.
And when those bricks come tumbling down, Joe Biden better cover his head.
Wednesday’s jaw-dropping implosion of Hunter Biden’s sweetheart plea deal – delivered to him on a silver platter by his daddy’s Justice Department – is too shocking for even the left-wing lapdog press to completely ignore,” McCain wrote.
Indeed, as evidenced by even the New York Times waffling on its “chosen one” for the presidency in 2020.
McCain was also aghast at how absurdly the entire plea deal imploded, making it rather clear that a rather obvious breakdown in communication had occurred between Hunter’s “sugar brother,” pot-smoking lawyer and a DOJ attorney that apparently still has a spine.
“When Federal Judge Maryellen Noreika blew a faint breath at the proposed agreement, it fell apart like a house of cards …The judge simply asked government prosecutors and Hunter’s lawyers if the deal would shield him from future charges that may arise from the DOJ’s five-year probe, including any wrongdoing stemming from Hunter’s lucrative consulting work with companies in China, Romania and Ukraine …
Hunter’s attorney Chris Clark said it would. DOJ prosecutor Leo Wise said it wouldn’t. And the you-know-what hit the fan,” McCain continued.
Indeed, it did.
Hence the rather dramatic implosion in the courtroom, much to the dismay of the ailing White House.
Noting how remarkable the development truly was from a legal standpoint, McCain is clearly perplexed by the cluelessness of Hunter’s morally bankrupt lawyer.
“Sure, Hunter’s lawyer was caught smoking a bong on the balcony of his Los Angeles home last week, but he surely must have been clear-headed during working hours,” McCain observed.
One would think. Then again, he was at Hunter’s house and Hunter was ordered to stay off drugs and find a job.
However, it is more likely that arrogance, rather than marijuana, led to the implosion.
In other words, both Hunter and his lawyer are so arrogant that they truly believed they would have an unconstitutional plea deal rubber-stamped.
In other words, Hunter and his lawyer have assumed that virtually everyone is as corrupt as them, which is precisely why the plea deal implosion came as such a shock.
“No, I believe that Hunter, his team and the DOJ thought they were going to waltz in and out of court. They thought everyone would look the other way, because this is the President’s son, and everyone know that he gets special treatment … Thank goodness for at least one honest woman in the federal judiciary,” McCain remarked pointedly.
A judge appointed by top presidential contender Trump, no less.
Have to love how McCain uses the phrase “honest woman” as well. Likely another reason Dems are intent on erasing women’s identity.
Of course, the White House has continued to double down on denial, chiefly through a White House Press Secretary whose brain is about as big as her conscience.
Or, more accurately, as small.
“Hunter Biden is a private citizen, and this was a personal matter for him … This case was handled independently, as all of you know, by the Justice Department under the leadership of a prosecutor appointed by the former president, President Trump,” Karine Jean-Pierre sneered.
Leave it to the left to blame Trump for Biden and his son’s utterly insane corruption, which has gravely endangered the nation.
The same type of corruption Trump vowed to root out in the first place …
Author: Ofelia Thornton