Yeah, except that Biden has been silent. He also approved keeping the special counsel appointed by Trump.
But sure, Hands, go ahead and make up LIEs.
Hunter’s not a good guy. Nor likeable either. But he is being persecuted because of who his father is, apparently in the hope that some of that persecution will rub off on Joe and look bad.
Surprised phill taking this stance
Q: What did Theodore Roosevelt, John F Kennedy, and Ronald Reagan have in common?
A: They were all NRA members – and they were all shot.
Mr. Hands, I salute you. Excellent cartoon!
This about sums it up. They’re fine with that law being lightly applied, except when they can use it to stick it to someone.
Dems are not screaming about persecutions of Hunter for political reasons. Ar least they believe in the rule of law.
How about we go back to what the authors of the second amendment intended? The rights of the people to keep and bear front-loading flintlock muskets shall not be infringed.
Oh, and acknowledge that that amendment was meant to apply to “well regulated militias”.
There’s no one republican that says “everyone should get a gun while on dugs, lying on their forms, and discard such guns in an illegal irresponsible manner, preferably near by school”
A work of fiction, they have never totally agreed on anything since 7 December, 1941.
Now, we have gun runners supplying the cartels. No wonder the NRA doesn’tr want any enforcement.
Funny. You would think the NRA would be defending Hunter’s 2nd Amendment rights.
Hunter could solve all his troubles by just declaring himself a republican.
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Other than Hunter’s lawyers, I’m not aware of a single Democrat who thinks he should have had a guun.
I don’t know enough about the Hunter Biden gun charge to know if it is valid or not. What I want to know is what is the NORM for someone who has a proven stretch of sobriety? When facing the other consequences of their actions when high, how many were charged with possession of a gun (if not used) instead of being denied the ability to own a gun for another however long? If that is what others faced, then he should face it. If he should not. The best way to determine if something is political or not is what happens in like cases. He shouldn’t be treated better because Biden is his father … and he shouldn’t be treated more harshly because Biden is his father.
We do. We also need to enforce the ones we have properly. If the NRA goes back to what they were (nonpolitical) and promotes safety and education, things would improve for everyone.
I hear little about gun safes. When used, especially the one combo & key types, they can avert tragedy. It did in my family. It kept a criminal who broke into his house from getting his gun collection. My three youngest siblings and who knows how many others are still alive thanks to that. So, we need more of them.
A lying, known drug addict cannot own a gun. That is the law. Enforce our laws. Point fingers, not guns, toward those that are responsible. Gangsters, nutjobs, and president’s sons.
The proposed resolution of the gun charge against Hunter Biden was consistent with how similar cases are handled by the courts. The judge in the matter, a Trump appointee, torpedoed the plea deal after Republicans voiced outrage over the terms, not because they were overly lenient, but because they weren’t overly harsh.
Wow, that’s some top level bothsiderism.
Except that Joe hasn’t defended Hunter on the gun charge.
He’s not like Donnie, who pardoned his son-in-law’s father.