California Democratic Rep. Judy Chu claimed Monday that Hunter Biden received a “fair plea bargain” from the Justice Department despite testimony from whistleblowers.
Mr. Chu’s comments about the failed plea deal came after Hunter’s plea deal collapsed on July 26, when federal district judge Marielen Noreika rejected both the original plea deal and a more limited amendment. Comes out almost two weeks after Biden pleaded not guilty to all charges. Devon Archer, a former business partner of Hunter Biden, met with House Oversight Committee investigators on July 31 before surrendering himself to serve time, and then Vice President Joe Biden said he and his son, Hunter, We talked about our business more than 20 times,” he told investigators. Good deal. ” (Related article: ‘How Corrupt Is It?’: Freedom Caucus Chair Accuses Democrats of Disrespecting Biden in Talks with Hunter’s Business Fellows)
“Hunter Biden certainly pleaded guilty and interacted with the law. It’s nothing like former President Trump, who has flaunted the law so many times,” Chu told “Meet the Press Now” host Kristen Biden. told Welker. “I think there’s a lot of contrast between Biden and Trump, and Biden actually got a fair plea bargain from prosecutors.”
Internal Revenue Service Whistleblower Gary Shapley and fellow whistleblowers Joseph Zeigler At a rally on July 19, he testified about obstructing an investigation against Biden. hearing House Oversight Committee held.
Republicans in Congress, Republican candidates for the 2024 presidential election, and legal experts have all criticized the plea deal announced on June 20, with some calling it a “soft deal.”
Chu, who is believed to have ties to the Chinese Communist Party front group, referred to U.S. Attorney David Weiss, who led the investigation into Hunter Biden, saying that “the person Trump appointed was in charge of this case.” Stated. Chu denied the reports, even though her documents and photos contradicted her claims.
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