New Photos Of Hunter Released In Court Filing

A new bombshell report from the Department of Justice reveals that President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter Biden, has been involved in a disturbing pattern of drug use. According to court documents, Hunter allegedly took photographs of “apparent” cocaine, crack cocaine, and other drug paraphernalia on his phone. This shocking revelation comes as Hunter faces several felony gun charges for falsely claiming he was not addicted to drugs in order to obtain a firearm.

The DOJ filing states that during November and December of 2018, Hunter took multiple photographs and videos of what appeared to be cocaine, crack cocaine, and drug paraphernalia. These photos included lines of coke on a surface and a box filled with more drugs and paraphernalia. These images are deeply disturbing and paint a troubling picture of Hunter’s illicit activities.

These explosive revelations are just the latest in a string of legal troubles for Hunter Biden. Last year, a federal grand jury indicted him on charges related to his purchase of a Colt Cobra revolver while he was allegedly using drugs in October 2018. If convicted, Hunter could face up to 25 years in prison and hefty fines.

During his arraignment, Hunter pleaded not guilty and was released on certain conditions, including supervision by a U.S. probation officer, seeking employment, and abstaining from drug and alcohol use. However, it seems that Hunter has continued to struggle with his drug addiction, as referenced in a separate criminal case against him for tax evasion.

Prosecutors highlighted in court documents that between 2016 and October 15, 2020, Hunter spent a substantial amount of money on drugs, escorts, girlfriends, luxury hotels and rental properties, exotic cars, clothing, and other personal items, but failed to pay his taxes. This further confirms the seriousness and extent of Hunter’s drug problem.

The American people deserve a President and a family who uphold law and order and are not involved in illegal activities and at the very least, not have the troubled member of the family free access to the White House. This also raises concerns about potential conflicts of interest and influence that may have been affected by Hunter’s drug use.