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Hunter Biden photographed at state dinner days after accepting a sweetheart plea deal

by x82hPEs

Hunter Biden’s sweetheart plea deal roiled America.

To tens of millions of Americans the agreement to keep Hunter Biden out of jail stunk of a cover-up by the Biden Department of Justice.

And one damning photo of Hunter Biden will leave you red with rage.

Just one day after accepting a cute agreement to plead guilty to lesser charges and not face any jail time, a smiling Hunter Biden strutted around the White House as a guest of honor at the state dinner Joe Biden threw for India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Also in attendance and schmoozing the swamp crowd was Attorney General Merrick Garland.

Garland glad-handed at the same social function as Hunter Biden even though the U.S. Attorney running the Hunter Biden probed claimed the investigation – which Garland ultimately supervises – was still ongoing.

The blatant corruption and in-your-face showboating about the fact that Joe Biden oversees a two-tiered system of justice offended conservatives.

Biden and Garland backslapped guests just hours after IRS whistleblower Gary Shapley testified to the House Ways and Means Committee that the Department of Justice repeatedly interfered in the Hunter Biden investigation to protect Hunter Biden from more serious criminal charges.

A ranting and raving Garland told reporters that U.S. Attorney David Weiss – who ran point in the investigation – had ultimate charging authority.

“As I said at the outset, Mr. Weiss, who was appointed by President Trump as the U.S. Attorney in Delaware and assigned this matter during the previous administration, would be permitted to continue his investigation and to make a decision to prosecute any way in which he wanted to and in any district in which he wanted to. Mr. Weiss has since sent a letter to the House Judiciary Committee confirming that he had that authority. I don’t know how it would be possible for anybody to block him from bringing a prosecution, given that he has this authority,” Garland stated.

But Shapley testified that on October 7, 2022, Weiss told Shapley and several other senior FBI officials that he did not have charging authority and that the Biden Justice Department blocked his attempt to indict Hunter Biden on several serious felony counts.

Democrats and the corporate media claimed for weeks that Republicans had no evidence that Joe Biden weaponized the justice system to target his enemies.

Shapley’s testimony and the fact that Garland and Biden hobnobbed at the same social gathering despite Garland’s department claiming it was still investigating Hunter Biden was all the proof anyone needed to confirm the weaponization of the government charge.