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George Papadopoulos Tweeted a Million Dollar “Hunter” Question For President Biden

Joe Biden is following in the footsteps of his Democratic predecessors in attempting to extinguish Americans’ right to bear arms under the 2nd Amendment.

While many expected this change at some stage, it’s still interesting that it’s still taking place so early in his presidency.

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However, several people are seeing right through Joe’s act and are posing some pointed questions that he would have a hard time answering.

Like George Papadopoulos, who asked Joe’s son Hunter this million-dollar question.

Take a look:

According to Politico, Hunter Biden could have committed a crime by lying on a background check before buying a gun.

As part of the background check, Biden responded “no” to the question “Are you an illegal user of, or addicted to, marijuana or any depressant, stimulant, narcotic medication, or any other controlled substance?” The search was conducted on the Firearms Transaction Record that Biden completed on October 12, 2018, in order to buy a.38 revolver.

Politico received copies of the transaction record as well as a receipt for the gun for a story about Secret Service agents supposedly interfering after President Biden’s daughter-in-law dropped the gun into a trash can.

Hunter Biden has struggled with opioid addiction for most of his adult life, and in 2014 he was discharged from the Navy after failing a drug test. In 2017, police arrested the president’s son with a crack pipe in his vehicle, and in 2016, an attacker pointed a gun at him while he was attempting to buy cocaine in Los Angeles.

How can Biden preach about the importance of background checks while his own son is under investigation for lying on one?

This has to be the most blatantly cynical act throughout political history.

Source
www.waynedupree.comwww.politico.comwww.news.yahoo.com

Margaret Taylor

Experienced communications professional with 10 years of experience in international journalism.

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