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Hunter Biden’s Hearing Transcript Shows How Defense, Prosecution Tried to Slip In ‘Blanket Immunity’

Hunter Biden’s Hearing Transcript Shows How Defense, Prosecution Tried to Slip In ‘Blanket Immunity’

Biting my tongue.

Again, I have to give Hunter Biden, his legal team, and the prosecution a hand. Gutsy to try to slip blanket immunity in his plea deal.

I know more than likely it could have happened and worked. But laugh out loud. It didn’t!

Wednesday was crazy. Hunter said he would plead guilty to tax evasion and felony gun charges. Seemed simple enough, right?

Everything came to a halt when Judge Maryellen Noreika found out the plea deal agreement contained a provision providing protection for Hunter from any future prosecution.

I attached the entire transcript below. The amazing nonprofit research group Marco Polo posted it. You should follow them.

Jennifer Van Laar from RedState has an excellent Twitter thread about the transcript. All I can say is thank goodness for Judge Noreika.


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Gutsy may not be the best adjective. Unethical perhaps better.

    And if this does not show the corruption of the system, and along with the rest, across the spectrum, that Biden is a dictator, what will?

    Time to impeach the head of this criminal family and discover the extent of the damage he’s inflicted. After that, it should be over electorally for Democrats as currently constituted for turning their backs on the Constituion.

    JohnSmith100 in reply to oldschooltwentysix. | July 28, 2023 at 2:49 am

    Unethical enough to lead to sanctions or disbarment?

    No, that would be corrupt. Another in a long line of grossly corrupt actions with political underpinnings. But I’m sure the Jack Smith prosecutions are unaffected by any wrongful motives.

Reading the transcript, Judge Noreika comes across as a total and consummate pro. She knows her stuff. I’m hugely impressed with her professionalism.

Check out this line from Clark, presumably spoken with a straight face, to the Judge:

“The U.S. Attorney’s Office and me spent five years in meeting after meeting, hours, ten hour long meetings going through my client’s taxes on a line-by-line basis, and this is the disposition the parties came to after a five-year investigation that was pursued with unbelievable diligence and doggedness.”

Clark omits that DOJ intentionally dragged its feet on this allegedly “dogged” and “diligent” sham investigation, so that the statute of limitations on the non-payment of income tax ran out and the crimes could no longer be charged as felonies! Doesn’t sound “dogged” or “diligent” to me, but, rather, “corrupt” and “sleazy.”

Also, how about this sickeningly revisionist and dishonestly anodyne description of ne’er-do-well sociopath, Hunter Biden’s, accumulation of his millions of dollars in filthy racketeering lucre (p. 27-28)

“At all times relevant to the instant 9 Information, the Defendant, Robert Hunter Biden, hereafter Biden, was an attorney and businessman with lucrative domestic and international business interests. From 2017 to 2019, he served on the board of a Ukrainian energy company and a Chinese private equity fund. He further negotiated and executed contracts for business and legal services that paid millions of dollars of compensation to him and/or his domestic corporations, Owasco, PC and Owasco, LLC. Through at least early 2017, he also was employed by a prestigious multi-national law firm in an “of counsel” capacity. For this work, he earned substantial income, totaling more than $2.3 million in 2017 and $2.1 million in 2018.

During calendar year 2017, Biden earned substantial income, including: just under $1 million from a company he formed with the CEO of a Chinese business conglomerate; $666,666 from his domestic business interests; approximately $664,000 from a Chinese infrastructure investment company; $500,000 in director’s fees from a Ukrainian energy company; $70,000 relating to a Romanian business; and $48,000 from the multi-national law firm.”

The whole Biden clan make the whole mafia clan appear like rank amateurs. But that’s what you get when you have the entire CORRUPT lot of DOJ and FBI on your side.

ThePrimordialOrderedPair | July 27, 2023 at 8:32 pm

There are no adversaries in this case. There is just Hunter Biden’s scumbag lawyers and the DOJ working for Hunter Biden. There’s only one side.

The judge should have slapped the lawyer, who called her office and fraudulently had an amicus filing from the Congressional committee removed, with contempt and thrown her in jail, and done the same to Hunter’s personal lawyer and to one or two principals at Latham and Witless.

Further, Weiss and the DOJ also showed contempt with trying to collude with the defense to slide by this secret immunization deal. They should be sitting in jail contemplating their contempt, too.

The House needs to get on impeaching Garland, immediately. Just because it’s the right thing to do.

The US has never seen such traitors and criminals running the Executive branch and its agencies. It is far beyond what the old Soviet Union was, since these dirtbags are traitors to the country, on top of everything.

    My thoughts exactly. Court cases are supposed to be adversarial. This one is not. The prosecution and the defense are on the same side. Their ‘adversary’ is the judge. It is not supposed to be this way.

    We all know what is going on in this case. The DOJ is covering for the president’s son.

    I still am a bit confused though. If both the defense and the prosecution want immunity from future prosecution for the defendant, there is no need to put that into the plea agreement. The prosecutors can simply decline to file any charges against the defendant in the future. For that matter, why did the DOJ even file against Hunter this time? They could have declined to file charges and avoided this mess. It’s not like the Republicans can win any more presidential elections insofar as the machinery underlying the election process has been deliberately compromised.

    Garland can simply issue an internal DOJ memo that says, “We will not be filing charges against Hunter under any circumstances” and that would have the same effect as getting the immunity in the plea deal, at least for federal crimes.

    Would this be ugly? Most certainly. But the DOJ doesn’t seem to mind about ugliness anymore.


      txvet2 in reply to not_a_lawyer. | July 27, 2023 at 9:34 pm

      “”The prosecutors can simply decline to file any charges against the defendant in the future.””

      They have to account for the possibility that someday they don’t cheat hard enough and a Republican gets elected.

      JohnSmith100 in reply to not_a_lawyer. | July 28, 2023 at 2:57 am

      “why did the DOJ even file against Hunter this time? ”

      It is an attempt to protect Hunter from a Trump administration. Call it vaccination.

ThePrimordialOrderedPair | July 27, 2023 at 8:44 pm

It would also be nice if some conservative AGs and DAs around the country started seating grand juries to investigate and charge leading democrats with all manner of crimes that they have been committing and start inundating them with hundreds of indictments and extradition orders, forcing these treasonous scumbags to start standing trial for every crime any creative AG or DA can think up. From Traiotr Joe, through the leadership of the DNC, through the cabinet of retarded traitors, through the democrat governors and mayors and police chiefs. We need to see them all being bombarded by charges and arrest warrants, dragged off to sit in jail until their trials … which might take a few years, but so what …

    And the collusion with media and social media to do what they might charge Trump with, conspiracy to “injure, threaten, or intimidate a person” from exercising any right or privilege secured by the Constitution or U.S. laws of the United States. 18 USC 241. Seems much more applicable in this context.

    I like the way you think, Primordial one.

      txvet2 in reply to not_a_lawyer. | July 28, 2023 at 1:14 am

      I don’t. I have to admit a nostalgic longing for the days when prosecutors put up at least the appearance of trying to uphold and enforce law, instead of attacking their political rivals.

        ThePrimordialOrderedPair in reply to txvet2. | July 28, 2023 at 2:41 am

        I hear you … but, while it takes two to tango, it only takes one to make war. The left has launched a war against America. Either they will be beaten or America will be gone.

      JohnSmith100 in reply to not_a_lawyer. | July 28, 2023 at 3:03 am

      I agree, we should be applying “The Wrath of Khan” mentality, start destroying all those crooked SOBs.

thad_the_man | July 27, 2023 at 9:45 pm

Robert Gouveia reports that Hunter’s lawyers trioed to pull a different fast one. The House Ways and Means Committee filed an amicus brief, one of Hunter’s attorneys pretended to be a member of the HWMC legal staff and had the brief pulled from the docket. Luckily a lawyer on HWMC saw the removal , and managed to put it back on.

The story is here. watch?v=FwcdhP49yIQ

    Treguard in reply to thad_the_man. | July 28, 2023 at 2:42 am

    This has been reported on this very blog.

    That said, the seal on that investigation was supposed to be lifted close of business Wednesday. Is there any other news?

JackinSilverSpring | July 27, 2023 at 10:58 pm

The DoJ has become morphed over time into a cesspool of corruption. This plea deal was cooked by the prosecution and defense working together to minimize any harm to the Brandon mafia. The DoJ has shown that like it investgative agency, the FBI, that it is beyond salvation. I have recommended that it, like the FBI, should be shut down. What we should do is to return to pre-1870 when there was an Attorney General but no DoJ. The DoJ was established to enforce the civil right acts of that time in the South, something it did not do very well. It’s existence, though, has allowed Congress to make nearly everything we do illegal. Shutting it down will force the Attorney General and Congress to be very selective in what laws are to be enforced or not enforced.

“….Tried to slip in a blanket…”

And the case being all about Hunter, pig that he is, makes it “a Pig in a Blanket”.

Judge Maryellen Noreika saw through the bs… the bottom line is that she felt compelled to protect Hunter from accepting a bad plea. All in his best interest, don’t you know… Brilliant.. absolutely, and kinda funny.

Hunter has two defense teams and no prosecution team against him. They should be disbarred.

Steven Brizel | July 28, 2023 at 9:35 am

How about aPDF of the transcript? I read that Hunter has new counsel who specialize in defense of prosecution of FARA ( Foreign Agebt Registration Act) cases . One wonders if the judge was ticked off by the attempt to remove the whistleblowers’ testimony from the court docket by someone .who allegedly had a connection with Hunter Biden’s defense team

I wonder if there is an OD in Hunter’s future. The Deep State will always protect itself first, and the Party second. Biden is just a tool.

E Howard Hunt | July 28, 2023 at 11:06 am

Kamala Harris advised that if you’re going to do a coverup then you have to give Hunter’s blanket immunity.

Has anybody determine which 1L intern came up with this strategy ?

I have two comments.

1) Perhaps the trial will be pushed back until after the election because of the new charges.

2) Trump is facing charges in NYC, DC, GA and Florida at the same time. Having just one case going creates an amazing amount of stress and anxiety.

I am concerned that Trump may not be physically able to deal with the stress of many criminal cases and running for president at the same time.

Steven Brizel | July 28, 2023 at 3:00 pm

For all purposes, what happened yesterday was that the judge told the parties to give her an agreement that she can sign-let’s see how the new agreement differs from what was rejected by both the Court and Hunter Biden yesterday

This is the first article that at least makes me think Hunter’s Extremely Sweet deal just won’t become Hunter’s Very Nice Plea deal