GOP seeks answers from Secret Service and FBI in Hunter Biden gun incident
Republican senators are demanding answers from the us Secret Service, the FBI and the ATF after reports this week about a 2018 incident involving a gun belonging to first son Hunter Biden. The Secret Service publicly denied taking any role in attempting to find the missing gun or asking a gun shop to hand over firearms transaction record papers for the gun, on which Hunter allegedly lied about his drug use, which would be a crime.
Secret Service sought paperwork for Hunter Biden’s missing gun
In October 2018, a string of bizarre events reportedly happened in Delaware revolving around president Joe Biden’s son Hunter and his gun. According to a police report obtained by politico, Hunter’s sister-in-law Hallie, who he began a relationship with after his brother Beau died, took the gun and threw it in a public trash can. When she went to retrieve it later that day, it had gone missing. The missing firearm caused a lot of concern, partly because the trash can was right across from a high school, so police got involved.
GOP Senators Demand FBI, Secret Service Records on Alleged Hunter Biden Gun Incident
Two Republican senators are asking the directors of the FBI, the u. S. Secret service and the bureau of alcohol tobacco, firearms and explosives for details of their alleged investigation into a handgun that belonged to Hunter Biden that was reported missing in 2018. In their letters, sens. Chuck Grassley and Ron Johnson refer to a report from politico this week about the gun incident.
Breaking: a pair of Republican senators sent letters to federal law enforcement agencies seeking more information about an October 2018 incident involving Hunter Biden and a discarded gun that we wrote about Thursday. The senators are asking for records from the Secret Service, the FBI and the bureau of alcohol, tobacco, firearms and explosives. The letters came in response to politico’s report Thursday detailing the incident. Hunter Biden’s gun went missing after Hallie Biden — widow to his late brother Beau, who was involved with Hunter romantically at the time — disposed of it in a trash can outside a Delaware grocery store, which was near a high school.
Two Republican lawmakers sent a letter to the head of Secret Service on Thursday demanding records of the agency’s involvement in the case of Hunter Biden’s missing firearm in late 2018, a story politico reported last week. “in light of the recent press report, please provide all records relating to your agency’s involvement in the alleged October 2018 incident with respect to Hunter Biden’s firearm no later than April 8, 2021,” wrote gop sens. Chuck Grassley of Iowa and Ron Johnson of Wisconsin on March 25.
Secret Service Agents Intervened in Hunter Biden Gun Incident
The White House and Secret Service are pushing back on a report alleging that the Secret Service got involved in a 2018 gun incident involving president Biden.
The pushback comes after politico reported on Thursday that Secret Service agents intervened after Hallie Biden, the widow of Hunter Biden’s brother Beau and who Hunter Biden was dating at the time, threw his. 38 revolver in a trash can behind a grocery store. The Secret Service said in a statement to the hill that it had “no involvement in this incident. ”.
The us Secret Service became involved in a bizarre incident in which a gun belonging to Hunter Biden was dumped in a trash can behind a grocery store then found to be missing, the website politico reported on Thursday. Delaware police were concerned the gun, a. 38 revolver, could be found and used in a crime, the website said, adding that it was eventually found by a man searching the trash for recycling.
The Case for Prosecuting Hunter Biden The Case for Prosecuting Hunter Biden
Hunter Biden was the subject of a strange missing firearm case in 2018 after Hallie Biden, the wife of his late brother and subsequently Hunter’s girlfriend, tossed it into a trash can behind a grocery store near a high school, according to a strange new report from politico. It appears Hunter, the son of president Joe Biden, might have lied on the federal forms he filled out to purchase the gun a few months prior, forms the federalist has now obtained.
“lie and try. ” that’s what the feds call cases in which people who are disqualified from owning guns under federal law try to get a gun by concealing the disqualification. It is maddening but true that many of these people are not charged. Consequently, you’re hearing Hunter Biden apologists argue that the president’s problem son should not be “singled out” for prosecution over apparently concealing his history of illegal drug use when he bought a handgun in 2018. (And why wouldn’t they? I mean, him breaking the law and all – let’s not forget there is good reason to ditch a gun – it was involved in a crime…) “But, shouldn’t we give him a break? I mean, silver spoon in his mouth and all? he’s had a rough, rough time of it.” “Oh, yeah, and let’s take away guns from everyone because guns kill people…unless it was Hunter, or Haley, or Joe. Then it was just a block party…” He shouldn’t be singled out. Right, so the solution is to let everyone have guns. I mean, not singling out and all…
Politico declared in an “exclusive” report Thursday, “Secret Service agents approached the owner of the store where Hunter bought the gun and asked to take the paperwork involving the sale, according to two people, one of whom has firsthand knowledge of the episode and the other was briefed by a Secret Service agent after the fact. ”
Secret Service reportedly intervened in Hunter Biden gun incident
The Secret Service reportedly approached the store where the gun was purchased, seeking to obtain all records of the transaction. The owner reportedly declined. Hunter Biden is the president’s second son. The incident reportedly happened in late October 2018, when Joe Biden was out of office and not receiving formal Secret Service protection (or was he…?).
Here is some more drivel coming from the mainstream media (read: in the Democrat’s pocket) about this investigation. Note the suspension of truth or any previously ranted principle’s: “Hunter Biden was the target of efforts by supporters of Donald Trump to dig up political dirt on the family, efforts which in part led to Trump’s first impeachment. A rightwing website, the blaze, reported the gun incident in October last year.”
Isn’t that funny? I mean, dirt is dirt. Right? And that’s not “nothing” dirt. That’s lying. Illegally obtaining a firearm (which is supposedly anathema to Democrats, right Pelosi? entrenched behind barbed wire and guns?) Discarding it where kids could get it. Oh, yea, and there’s that business of why the gun was discarded to begin with…Could it be because it was used to commit a crime? Dems don’t care about any of that as witnessed by the quote above. They only care that rightwings were trying to find dirt on the family. Maybe their hands are just not clean enough to hold public office. Secret Service acting at their behest though they aren’t in office? Oh, yeah, used to cover up several crimes. AND, get this, Hunter actually wrote about these crimes and their legitimacy on his laptop which is also covered up. “They’re just looking for dirt…” Make excuses often?
“u. S. Secret service records confirm that the agency did not provide protection to any member of the biden family in 2018, and that the Secret Service had no involvement in this alleged incident,” the agency said in a statement. On October 23, 2018, Hallie Biden took a. 38 revolver belonging to Hunter and placed it in the trash outside janssen’s market in wilmington, del. After informing Hunter the same day, he told her to go back and retrieve the gun, however the gun was missing from the trash can when Hallie returned to get it.
Secret Service Intervened in Strange Case of Hunter Biden’s Missing Gun in 2018, Says Report
Secret Service intervened in a case involving a missing gun owned by president Joe Biden’s son Hunter Biden, in which agents pressured the store owner who sold the gun to turn over paperwork involving the sale in an apparent cover-up, sources told politico. In October 2018, Hunter Biden and Hallie Biden — the wife of Joe Biden’s late son Beau – were involved in an incident in which Hallie took Hunter’s gun and threw it in a garbage can behind a grocery store. The incident led to an investigation by police who were concerned because of the trash bin’s proximity to a high school, according to a police report obtained by politico. (Please note – they are not concerned that the gun might have been used to commit a crime…)
The Secret Service reportedly intervened in a bizarre case involving president Joe Biden’s son, Hunter Biden, his daughter-in-law Hallie Biden, and a missing gun. Politico reported on Thursday Hallie Biden took Hunter Biden’s gun behind a grocery store and threw it in a trash can on oct. 23, 2018. She returned to retrieve the gun later on, but it was gone.
I say, lock them all up.