Hunter Biden Thinks the American People Are Dumber Than a College Freshmen

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    Hunter Biden’s attorneys claimed on February 20th that finely cut rails of powder were sawdust and not the cocaine officials claimed supported the gun charge. Biden pleaded not guilty to two misdemeanor tax charges and a felony gun charge during a July 26 hearing. With the collapse of a June 20th agreement that had been reached, Hunter suddenly found himself treading water in what he thought was a slam dunk deal.

    Attorneys Abbe Lowell, Christopher Man, and Bartholomew Dalton wrote, “The prosecution is flat out wrong—both that Mr. Biden ‘took’ this photograph and in claiming that it depicts ‘cocaine.’ Multiple sources have pointed out, and a review of discovery confirms, this is actually a photo of sawdust from an expert carpenter, and it was sent to Mr. Biden, not vice versa.”

    The trio then went on to claim that it was Mr. Biden’s then-psychiatrist, Dr. Keith Ablow, who had received the photo from a former master carpenter who also happened to be a coke addict. A statement allegedly was written with the photo to tell Hunter that if the guy could kick blow, so could Hunter.

    Anyone who’s ever been to a proper college party, even as a freshman, knows what cocaine looks like. It might be stepped on worse than Joe does on Beau’s grave, but they’ve seen it, and this is cocaine. It certainly is not sawdust. More to the point, what kind of psychiatrist encourages former cocaine addicts to make lines from their piles of sawdust and take photos of them? It sure as hell isn’t going to help someone struggling to share photos of such crispy rails with them, either.

    In the January filing, cocaine had been found on the holster for Hunter’s Colt Cobra. This mixture, along with everything else, has him facing up to 25 years if convicted.