There are excuses that are halfway reasonable, then there are excuses that are completely out there.
Predictably, any excuse to do with the ongoing non-prosecution of Hunter Biden is totally out there.
Especially when the excuse is accompanied by a direct admission that brave whistleblowers, namely Gary Shapley and Joseph Ziegler, were telling the truth when they testified that Hunter was receiving rather special treatment in evading prosecution.
U.S. Attorney Martin Estrada recently admitted in closed testimony that both Shapley and Ziegler were telling the truth.
However, after admitting that the whistleblowers were telling the truth, despite all the Dems’ lame attempts to discredit them, the prosecutor proceeded to give one of the most astonishing excuses imaginable for failing to prosecute Hunter Biden, despite a beyond obvious preponderance of evidence.
“I was down 40 [assistant U.S. attorneys] AUSAs at the time, so we were very resource-strapped. We were trying to hire as much as possible and had very limited resources. And every attorney you assign to a case means you can’t do another case,” Estrada asserted.
The government sure hasn’t been “short staffed” or “resource-strapped” when it’s come to prosecuting various January 6 protestors, nor has it been “short staffed” when it’s sent in its minions to harass parents at school board meetings and church attendees during COVID.
But, apparently, when it comes to matters of grave national security concern, moments that actually affect all Americans, all of the sudden a prosecutor’s office is “short staffed.”
In a sense, the lame “short-staffed” excuse only serves to illustrate the reality of charges being faced by Hunter, and by default, President Biden, alike.
After all, wouldn’t a more convincing excuse have focused on the preponderance of evidence that Hunter and his father are innocent of all the actions that Hunter’s laptop have him doing?
Wouldn’t a more convincing excuse have been an effort to diminish Hunter whistleblowers through various media hit jobs, just as the media has long done with former president, and top presidential contender, Donald Trump?
Of course, all of these possibilities would have to depend on at least a reasonable degree of confidence in Hunter’s being fully blameless in all the charges filed against him.
Thus, it can be deduced that the so-called “short-staffed” excuse of the Biden-backed prosecutor’s office is really just a tacit admission of the Biden crime cadre’s guilt.
After all, the prosecutor hardly denied that what the whistleblowers said was true … instead, he simply claimed he couldn’t act due to being “short-staffed.”
Meanwhile, Biden is sure to fund nearly 90,000 IRS agents to claw back every single possible penny from Americans whose savings and economic security continue to buckle under the Bidenomics.
Author: Ofelia Thornton