George Mesires, Hunter Biden’s attorney, issued this statement regarding Hunter’s work for Burisma:

Despite extensive scrutiny, at no time has any law enforcement agency, either domestic or foreign, alleged that Hunter engaged in wrongdoing at any point during his five-year term.

That’s classic Swampspeak. Hunter’s dad was a Democrat senator before becoming a Democrat vice president. As a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, he would’ve had significant influence into ethics and conflict-of-influence laws. It wouldn’t have been difficult for anyone in that position to put in place provisions that would’ve made it difficult to do something illegal.

That’s like asking an arsonist to write laws regarding criminal arson. The principle is the same. Asking corrupt people to write laws that govern themselves is stupid. The chances of corrupt people writing legislation that’s friendly to corrupt people is 100%.

Hunter Biden and Joe Biden are birds of corrupt feathering. That they didn’t do anything illegal is just proof that the Swamp protects its own. It isn’t proof that Swamp people are honest. Hunter isn’t too stable, either:

It’s one thing for a corrupt Ukrainian business to shovel $200,000 a month into Hunter’s bank account. It’s another when the Chinese government pays Hunter $450,000 a year for a high-profile person who’s been in-and-out of substance abuse rehabilitation centers more times than I’ve been to a grocery store in the last year. Why should I think that the Chinese would pay him $450,000 a year if not for influence-peddling?

Remember this oldie-but-goodie?

Biden insists that China is a nothing compared to the US. Right. Then we find out that his son is getting rich working for the Chinese. But, hey, everything’s on the up-and-up, Creepy Joe insists. R-I-I-I-G-H-T! What could possibly go wrong?

3 Responses to “Hunter Biden’s I-did-nothing-illegal defense”

  • Chad Q says:

    You can’t trust a crack addict with telling the truth.

  • eric z says:

    It is interesting, Gary, you easily make a circumstantial inference about the Bidens without all the evidence in yet, but reject one on quid pro quo between Trump, Ukraine, actions of State Department underlings, withholding of allocated funds, etc., where, also, not all the evidence is in yet but a conscientious effort toward building a record bothers you. That intrigues me.

  • Gary Gross says:

    There’s nothing circumstantial about the Bidens’ corruption. Each of Hunter’s jobs ties directly to Joe Biden’s political assignments. That’s as swampy as it gets. The Trump kids (Eric, Don Jr. & Ivanka) have been successful independent of Dad or they’ve been hired by Dad & required to perform at a high level. Hunter got paid $50,000-$200,000 a month & didn’t have to show up, didn’t have to perform. That’s swampy.

    Michael Moore recently said that Biden is this year’s Hillary. I disagree. For all her faults, Hillary was a better candidate.

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