President Joe Biden’s son Hunter Biden made some incriminating remarks when discussing his past drug use in an interview with CBS News.
The focus of the interview was on the Biden family and Hunter Biden’s drug use, as well as how it applies to his latest novel, “Beautiful Stuff.” Hunter Biden was using drugs at the same time he bought a gun, according to the book. This is completely against the law.
“During the 2020 presidential campaign, Biden described an emotional intervention his family staged at his father’s home in Wilmington,” CBS News said. “Biden charged out of the house after a heated altercation, only to be pursued down the street by the future president.”
Hunter Biden had the following conversation during the interview at one stage.
CBS NEWS: Is it true that your father pursued you?
HUNTER BIDEN: Yeah, because when I tried to get into my car, my daughters literally locked the door and said, ‘dad, dad, no, you can’t, no, no.’ This was the most difficult section of the book to compose. And he snatched me up, holding me tightly. He hugged me like a bear. And he said, as he sobbed, “I don’t know what to do.” I’m at a loss for what to do. “Please help me.”
NEWS ON CBS: What were your first thoughts when you heard that?
HUNTER BIDEN: I knew I needed to find out a way to let him know I was going to do something so I could go take another blow. That was the only thing that came to mind. That is how powerful it is. But for addiction, I can’t think of a force stronger than my family’s affection.
Check out what USA Today had to say about Hunter Biden’s addiction issues:
He used his “superpower” of “catching crack anywhere, anywhere” in Los Angeles in the spring of 2018. Before he knew Biden was searching for narcotics, a dealer pointed a gun at his head.
Later, he learned how to cook drugs and spent time with thieves, addicts, and con artists. “I never slept a wink. There was no clock in the room. He writes, “Day bled into night, and night bled into day.”
The situation got out of hand. He writes, “Every 15 minutes, I was smoking crack.”
In the fall of 2018, Biden returned to the East Coast with the goal of changing, but that did not happen.
His relatives eventually attempted to stage an intervention. Joe Biden told him, “I don’t know what else to do.” “I’m terrified. “Tell me what I’m supposed to do.” “Not (expletive) this,” his son answered.
Hunter Biden’s willingness to speak about his extensive drug use may be considered incriminating, particularly in light of his recent gun controversy.
Hunter Biden and his deceased brother, Beau Biden’s wife Hallie Biden, had an altercation in October of 2018. Following the death of Beau Biden, the two began dating.
According to the paper, Hallie Biden threw Hunter Biden’s gun in the trash can, which was later discovered by law enforcement officers who were concerned because the gun was near a school. Hallie Biden attempted to retrieve the rifle, but it had vanished.
Hunter Biden most definitely violated the rule, according to Politico:
POLITICO obtained copies of the Weapons Transaction Record and the gun’s receipt dated Oct. 12, 2018.
“Are you an illegal user of, or addicted to, marijuana or any depressant, stimulant, narcotic drug, or any other controlled substance?” the transaction record asks. Hunter answered “no.” He had been discharged from the Navy Reserve five years prior after testing positive for cocaine, and he and family members have discussed his substance use past.
Hunter Biden will be charged with a crime if he lied on the ATF Form 4473, which could result in a 10-year prison term and a $250,000 fine.
ARTICLE SOURCE : americanconservatives.today