Secret Service Covered for Hunter Biden: Yet Another Crime That Will Go UnpunishedIsa Ryan
Written with contribution from Sheriff David Clarke
Yet again, the Washington D.C. establishment has been busted for covering up for Hunter Biden and the mainstream media is dutifully all but completely ignoring it.
This week, the story broke that the Secret Service intervened to end an investigation into a firearm of Hunter’s that went missing after his then-girlfriend, who also happened to be his late brother’s widow, Hallie Biden, threw it into the trash when she was afraid he would kill himself with it.
Now, Hunter Biden is the son of the President of the United States.
It’s long been known that he has been a drug addict, that he got a stripper pregnant and got sued for child support after neglecting to support her and the child, and that he’s got some insanely suspicious business ties in China, Russia, and Ukraine that don’t make things look all that great for his daddy.
The fact that Hunter Biden’s past and his income are not of a bigger concern to our corporate media complex puts all questions to rest as to whether or not legacy news is biased.
They are sycophantically covering for Joe Biden, and always have been.
Whether it’s Big Tech blocking an October Surprise story about Hunter’s damning laptop or the outlets that publish glowing puff pieces about his budding art career, they disgrace their profession every time they neglect to actually report on this administration and Biden’s crooked family.
The New York Post reported this week that police in Delaware launched an investigation into the missing firearm.
However, Secret Service agents contact the owner of the store where Hunter had purchased the gun and asked for the corresponding paperwork, according to Politico.
Is that even remotely legal? The Post story pointed out that the owner of the gun store where Biden purchased the gun became suspicious when Secret Service agents asked for the federal firearms purchase form. He refused to turn it over which is his right. Legally the Secret Service needed a search warrant or federal subpoena. These reports are kept by the Federal Firearms Dealer and only the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms can demand them for lawful inspection without a warrant or subpoena. The agents left.
Ron Palmieri, the gun store owner suspected that they were trying to cover for the fact that Hunter owned a gun, but nonetheless handed over the documents to the ATF.
There is another aspect of the Secret Service involvement that doesn’t pass the smell test. Firearms investigations are not in the Secret Service jurisdiction. Their website mission statement says that their areas of involvement are dignitary protection, counterfeiting US currency and protecting US financial systems. That is it. Not firearms purchases. So why were they sticking their noses in the Biden firearms purchase? And then they lied about having any knowledge of such an investigation. Why is it that our federal law enforcement agencies refuse to tell the American people the truth?
The Secret Service could have gotten the purchase form by having the BATF retrieve it for them. That however would have created a record of their involvement.
There is another aspect that needs investigating. On the October 2018 firearm purchase form 4473 is question number 21 (e) as to the purchaser’s history of drug or illegal narcotics use. Hunter Biden responded no. We know that he received an other than honorable discharge from the military for cocaine use and had a prior history for illegal narcotics use. His family has been open about his struggle with illegal drugs.
It states right on the form that being untruthful is a federal felony.
The Secret Service, meanwhile, says it has no record of agents investigating the incident and that now-President Joe Biden was not under protection at the time.
“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,” they said in a statement.
The Biden administration is pleading complete ignorance.
A White House spokesperson said that “President Biden did not have any knowledge of, or involvement in, the Secret Service’s alleged role in this incident, and neither he nor any family member was a protectee at that time.”
Politico cited a law enforcement source who said that Secret Service agents in Wilmington, Delaware, and Philadelphia maintained an informal connection with Biden’s security, however.
The firearm was later returned by a man who looks for recyclables in other people’s trash. Biden’s sister-in-law/now wife should be investigated for throwing a firearm in a trash can near a school. That is the careless handling of a firearm.
No one was ever arrested or charged for the incident and it is unclear how involved—or proper—the Secret Service actually was with the incident.
However, Politico managed to obtain said paperwork for Hunter’s gun, in which he checked “no” in response to the question, “Are you an unlawful user of, or addicted to, marijuana or any depressant, stimulant, narcotic drug, or any other controlled substance?”
More Hunter Biden scandal—and even less accountability than ever. Does Hunter have a shield of protection from prosecution because of his last name?