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Hunter Biden Pleads Not Guilty After Plea Deal Falls Apart

Hunter Biden, the son of President Joe Biden, entered a not guilty plea on Wednesday to gun and tax charges, rejecting a new plea deal presented by prosecutors. The plea deal faced complications when the judge raised concerns about its coverage of potential future charges related to the ongoing investigation by the Justice Department.

The Unraveling of the Plea Deal:

The original plea deal fell apart as the judge questioned its scope, particularly regarding immunity from future charges, including alleged violations of the Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA). Despite attempts to revise the agreement during a brief recess, the judge expressed hesitation and requested additional briefs from both the prosecutor and Hunter Biden.

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Hunter Biden’s Not Guilty Plea:

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Following the discussions and requests for further clarification, the hearing concluded with Hunter Biden maintaining his not guilty plea.

Insights from Senator Josh Hawley:

Senator Josh Hawley weighed in on the court drama, suggesting that the initial plea deal had flaws and that it may indicate the possibility of additional charges in the future.

Ongoing Investigation and Whistleblower Allegations:

U.S. prosecutor David Weiss previously confirmed that the FBI informant’s allegations regarding Biden family bribes are part of an ongoing investigation. IRS whistleblower allegations have also raised concerns about possible Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA) violations during the Hunter Biden criminal probe, leading to calls for a special counsel.

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Controversial Business Dealings:

CEFC China Energy Co., a company linked to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), paid Hunter Biden significant sums of money, including a $1 million legal retainer and $3.8 million in consulting fees. Hunter Biden’s decision not to register as a foreign agent for CEFC, along with his involvement with Ukrainian energy company Burisma Holdings, has added to the controversy surrounding his business dealings.

A National Archives email revealed the possibility of a phone call between then-Vice President Joe Biden and then-Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko during Hunter Biden’s time at Burisma, raising further scrutiny due to Joe Biden’s publicized role in the prosecutor’s firing.

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