President Joe Biden spoke about his family’s history with firearms while attending a town hall that had a recording air late Sunday evening, but he failed to even mention the issues of one particular member of his family with the law and firearms and general.
Biden claimed that he owned two shotguns, and highlighted that his now-late son Beau was an avid gun owner. However, it was entirely unsurprising when he failed to make mention of law-skirting offspring Hunter Biden, who allegedly lied on a federal form as a way to be able to buy a handgun that his then-girlfriend — who appeared to be the widow of his brother — tossed out into a dumpster next to a school out in Delaware.
“I haven’t shot them in a long time but I have two shotguns,” expressed Biden while attending the event, which was originally taped back on the 18th of October. “My deceased son had a shotgun for target practice. The fact of the matter is that they’re locked in a case. So, nobody should be able to access them.”
Joe Biden AGAIN falsely claims that the bullet shot from an AR-15 travels "five times the speed of an ordinary bullet."
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However, anyone could have found or used the gun tossed out by Hallie Biden in the wake of finding it back in 2018 inside Hunter Biden’s vehicle. She made the claim that she tossed the weapon away due to fear that her brother-in-law-turned-lover could end up turning it on himself. That particular gun is an entirely different firearm from the one the young Biden could be seen waving around while standing naked in the various images found within his laptop.
In the wake of Hallie tossing the gun into the trash, she told a local grocer about the incident who then called in police officials. The FBI reportedly arrived on the scene and questioned both Bidens. To be able to obtain any firearms, Hunter Biden was forced to put down on a federal form whether he had a previous history of drug use. Although the FBI seemed to take no action whatsoever, David Weiss, the U.S. Attorney of Delaware, is reportedly thinking of issuing charges against the younger Biden for allegedly putting false information on a federal document.
“He came along and said, by the way, this thing about a gun – I didn’t know anything about it,” Biden stated to Jake Tapper with CNN this month. “But turns out that when he made application to purchase a gun, what happened was… I guess you get asked – I don’t guess – you get asked a question, ‘Are you on drugs, or do you use drugs?’ He said no. And he wrote about saying no in his book.”
“So, I have great confidence in my son.”