Hunter Biden Seeks Subpoena of Trump in Criminal Gun Case, Alleges Investigation Fueled by ‘Unrelenting’ Pressure

Hunter Biden’s legal team is seeking to subpoena Donald Trump, as well as several officials associated with his administration, in an effort to prove that outside pressure by the former President prompted an investigation that led to his gun charges.

President Joe Biden’s son was indicted on three felony charges for falsifying information on a background check to purchase a firearm.

A Politico report in March 2021 indicated that Hunter responded “no” to a question on a Firearms Transaction Record that asks, “Are you an unlawful user of, or addicted to, marijuana or any depressant, stimulant, narcotic drug, or any other controlled substance?”

He bought the weapon in October of 2018.

Hunter was discharged from the Navy Reserve after failing a cocaine test and has an open and well-documented history of drug use, some of which was captured on video from his infamous laptop.

The First Son’s legal team asserts that Trump “improperly and unrelentingly” pressured the Justice Department to investigate his actions to advance “partisan ambitions.”

If convicted, Biden faces a maximum of 25 years in prison.

Hunter Wants to Subpoena Trump

Axios reports that Hunter’s defense team is using the subpoenas to ask for materials that would “help determine whether charges against (him) were brought because of partisan political reasons.”

Prosecutions are considered infrequent for Hunter’s alleged gun crime, and the Politico report acknowledged as much.

“Lying on the form is a felony,” they reported at the time, “though prosecutions for it are exceedingly rare.”

Hunter’s legal team wants materials covering the period from the start of Trump’s first term to the present day. Those materials include communications along with “personal records, including diaries and memoranda.”

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DOJ Forced To Investigate After Whistleblower Testimony

From a legal aspect, the necessity of Hunter’s team obtaining subpoenas for Trump and his team seems quite specious.

That arrangement eventually fell through in dramatic fashion, culminating with the news that Attorney General Merrick Garland had to appoint a special counsel to investigate the case. Garland was appointed by and serves under President Biden.

Additionally, there is significant evidence that shows that all of the so-called pressure to investigate Hunter from Trump had little to no effect on the prosecution.

In fact, Special Counsel David Weiss reportedly didn’t plan to charge the President’s son at all, until whistleblowers came forward with claims that the DOJ was meddling in the case. The New York Post reported just over two months ago that Weiss originally “was willing to conclude the investigation without even as much as a plea deal” until IRS whistleblowers came forward and “accused the Justice Department of interfering.”

After being publicly exposed for their favoritism, the DOJ – Biden’s DOJ – was forced to act.

If anything, the truth pressured the Justice Department into action. Perhaps that’s where the subpoenas should be directed.

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