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The Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms is calling out anti-gun Democrat Congressman Jamie Raskin of Maryland for portraying Hunter Biden as a “rich guy exercising his Second Amendment rights” as an explanation for Biden’s purchase of a handgun while allegedly failing to admit his drug use on the federal Form 4473 he filled out.

“I’m not sure whether to shake my head in disgust or just laugh out loud,” said CCRKBA Chairman Alan Gottlieb. “Raskin’s flippant dismissal of what would otherwise be a serious criminal act if anybody other than Hunter Biden were involved is either a new low in attempted sarcasm, or an exhibition of monumental stupidity.”

The president’s son last month agreed to enter a plea on reduced drug charges and cut a deal regarding the admitted firearms violation requiring him to stay out of trouble for at least two years. He will thereby retain his Second Amendment rights where other citizens who enter false information on a Form 4473 would face felony charges, prison and lose their gun rights.

“Jamie Raskin needs to understand something about federal gun laws,” Gottlieb observed. “Typical rich guys exercising their Second Amendment rights don’t get stoned on drugs before they go gun shopping. Rich guys buying guns don’t lie on a Form 4473 and expect to get away with it. Rich guys don’t allow their girlfriends to toss handguns into dumpsters located near public schools. Rich guys, and even poor guys, don’t get special treatment from federal prosecutors regarding gun-related crimes unless their last name is Biden and their dad is president.”

The Hunter Biden case is a deplorable example of dual standard justice, Gottlieb said. 

‘If someone else got this level of preferential treatment on a gun law violation,” he stated, “Raskin and his fellow Democrats would be howling about it, and they know it. 

“Raskin never met a restrictive gun control law he didn’t immediately love,” Gottlieb continued, “until the law could be used to put a Biden behind bars. Then, all of a sudden, the Maryland congressman tries to portray the allegations against Hunter Biden to be an attack on the Second Amendment. The hypocrisy is staggering.”

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    • I’m glad to have a Democrat party leader acknowledge a gun control historical fact. That I have been saying on TTAG for years now.

      The rich, criminal or law abiding, will always have guns. And I should add, the rules always never include them.

      • Kinda like Maxime Waters when Billy Clinton was impeached for lying under oath and not prosecuted “Everybody lies under oath” I believe were her exact words yet in this county a wanna be museum curator was prosecuted and sentenced for signing a false affidavit underneath about some 100 year old eagle feathers. This many years later I don’t remember if he served any more time than a couple of days until bail was set and he posted it — yes, no OR release for Mr. Crime Wave. I remember that he had to post bail for his heinous crime of illegally passing eagle feathers. An eagle who had been dead for very close to a century. Gotta keep our priorities straight you know. Meanwhile, Jose Gutierrez who has been busted three times in the last four years for felon in possession of a firearm is still out on the streets.

    • Just another example of the Trump administration dereliction of duty.

      The right wing has trouble remembering that this investigation and prosecution originated with Donald Trump appointee Attorney General Bull Barr.

      “The second IRS whistleblower, Ziegler, described his frustrations with the way the case was handled, dating to the Trump administration under Attorney General William Barr. The tax agency employee said he started the investigation into Hunter Biden in 2015 and began to delve deeply into his life and finances.“

      David Weiss, the United States attorney who investigated the Hunter Biden case, was appointed by President Donald Trump.

      During the IRS investigation of Hunter Biden, Donald Trump‘s IRS collected the evidence and assessed the case, moving forward with a settlement agreement.

      Are you folks also outraged about Donald Trump‘s advisor Roger Stone getting a complete pass on prosecution for tax evasion?

      “The Stones would pay $1,657,809 in unpaid income taxes, penalties and interest for the tax years 2007-2011, plus interest accruing since the lawsuit was filed in April 2021. Stone would pay an additional $453,499 in back taxes, penalties and interest for the tax year 2018.“

      Roger Stone was never charged with any crime, much less criminally prosecuted by the DOJ.

      Of course, just like Hunter Biden, the trump administration IRS was in charge of the Roger Stone investigation but they chose no criminal charges even though stone owed millions.

      If it wasn’t for double standards, conservative Republicans would have no standards whatsoever.

      • Wait the Trump admin which was stymied at every turn by agency capture is at fault for the current President’s son not being investigated properly by the agency that opposed him at every turn? You using chatgpt to write your script now?

        • “the Trump admin which was stymied at every turn by agency capture“

          Number one, there’s been no evidence the investigation was stymied… In fact, the Trump appointed US attorney stated that there were no hindrances on his investigation.

          Number two, are you saying Donald Trump was an ineffective leader?

          It seems you’re suggesting that Donald Trump’s attorney general nominees were somehow incapable of conducting a criminal investigation, really?

          Void, you once again you failed to actually comment on the content of my posting.

          Why does trump advisor Roger Stone get a complete pass on criminal prosecution when he owes millions to the IRS, yet you all are clamoring for Hunter Biden to go to prison for the exact same offense?

        • Your content matches my name and you deserve the attention you get. You will continue your oddball posting but ultimately you post for our entertainment and I occasionally respond for the same. No minds will be changed or opinions swayed here on this forum but I will admit you do get creatively humorous with your molding of the facts. And the fact that you are taking the time to argue with an obvious troll who is putting in next to no effort to force you to defend untenable points is beyond hysterical. Say hi to Debbie as you are about as relevant now arguing with a literal nobody.

        • “In fact, the Trump appointed US attorney stated that there were no hindrances on his investigation.”

          Maybe he wants to keep his job. Perhaps he doesn’t want to upset the mob. A Democrat whistleblower has stated otherwise under oath.

        • MINOR Miner49er. For your edification, you have dead wrong again. Or is that still? It seems that the whistleblowers have presented PLENTY of evidence that the investigation was slowalked and stymied repeatedly.

        • Miner,
          You can not seriously be this obtuse. President Trump was definately naive but that doesn’t make him stupid. Why do you think they are so afraid of him now that they will do anything to stop him from being reelected? Biden was installed and has turned out to be awesome as far as his handlers are concerned. Fuck that bitch Susan Rice…but I digress. What’s your view on the Biden family corruption? If you think there is any?

        • Void…Time and time again your pathetic history illiterate behind has been handed to you by History and a girl. Instead of using your reply to minor as a way to vent your frustrations when you have something to say to me or about me put on your big boy pants little man and on any of my posts you can click reply.

  1. “Rich guy”? I see the implication that only rich guys should be permitted to own a gun. Or hire a gun. Or have the means to self defense. Those of us who are “worth” less than a million can just go pound sand, because we aren’t members of even the 5th tier elite. I see the admission that he worships money, and that money can do no wrong. I also see an admission that constitutional rights don’t apply, unless you are a party member. There is just so much in that fool’s statement.

    • Paul,

      This story illustrates (quite clearly I will argue) the simple prevailing mindset of Progressive Democrats:

      Something is wrong or right based on the identifies of the parties involved.

      If the instigator is a Democrat and the recipient is a Republican, by definition whatever the Democrat did is right.

      If the instigator is a Republican and the recipient is a Democrat, by definition whatever the Republican did is wrong.

      This is nearly universal in the minds of Democrats. Just about everything short of mutilating a toddler on live television is good to go if the instigator is a Democrat–and especially so if the recipient is a Republican.

      • This.

        A moderate extension of in group/out group dynamics in terms of pattern recognition but for all practical purposes identical.

      • “Just about everything short of mutilating a toddler on live television is good to go”

        Sure about that uncommon? I don’t think they would have a problem with that…Discovery Channel Documentary on the benefits of prepubescent surgery to control medical costs. A five part series.

        • muckracker,

          Heavy sigh–I hate to admit that hardcore Progressive Democrats would indeed “allow” (if not actually promote) mutilating toddlers if it was for the “right” reason, such as you mentioned.

          And that just reinforces my point that Progressive Democrats define wrong-versus-right based on identities as I mentioned, rather than timeless standards of absolute wrong versus absolute right.

        • “would indeed “allow” (if not actually promote) mutilating toddlers if it was for the “right” reason“

          That would be the Judeo Christian fanatics who imposed ritual genital mutilation on virtually every male baby born in the United States over the past 200 years.

          Genesis 17:10-14

          “10This is my covenant, which ye shall keep, between me and you and thy seed after thee; Every man child among you shall be circumcised.

          11 And ye shall circumcise the flesh of your foreskin; and it shall be a token of the covenant betwixt me and you.

          12 And he that is eight days old shall be circumcised among you, every man child in your generations, he that is born in the house, or bought with money of any stranger, which is not of thy seed.“

          What kind of religion demands that little baby boys have their genitals ritually mutilated as a part of their religious dogma, that’s some dark, dark shit.

          And that last part is very revealing:

          “he that is born in the house, or bought with money of any stranger, which is not of thy seed.“

          Yep, this is the same religion that gives specific instructions on how to enslave not only their own people, but those in the neighboring lands around them.

          How ironic that this religion claims to be the absolute arbiter of what is moral and good.

          “timeless standards of absolute wrong versus absolute right“

          That is some freaking hilarious doublespeak.

        • MINOR Miner49er. You are so full of shi*t you are like a Christmas turkey.” First of all circumcision is not “mutilation” of any kind. There are good medical reasons to perform a circumcision. Genital sanitation being foremost. There are also restrictions in that Bible as well as the Koran about eating pork? How about the practice amongst Muslims where they cut into a woman’s genitals? Why aren’t you protesting that?
          You are one very sick puppy. Please do you and your family a favor and get help.

        • “There are good medical reasons to perform a circumcision“

          No medical association in the world recommends routine circumcision, even better, you and the taxpayers have paid billions for the performance of this religious ritual genital mutilation:

          “Since 1965, tens of millions of boys have been circumcised under the Medicaid program, most at birth, at a cost to the United States Federal Government, the States and taxpayers of billions of dollars. Although 18 States have ended coverage since 1982, the United States Government and 32 States continue to pay for non-therapeutic circumcision, even though no medical association in the world recommends it. Many cite American medical association policy that the procedure has potential medical benefits as well as disadvantages, and that the circumcision decision should be left to parents“

          Don’t you worry, I think the Muslims are as delusional as any of the Judeo Christian adherents, they all arise from the incestuous relationship of Abraham and his sister Sarah.


        • “I hate to admit that hardcore Progressive Democrats would indeed “allow” (if not actually promote) mutilating toddlers if it was for the “right” reason”

          That brings me to tears because in this day it is becoming more true every day uncommon.

        • @Miner49er

          “That would be the Judeo Christian fanatics who imposed ritual genital mutilation on virtually every male baby born in the United States over the past 200 years.”

          What an interesting perspective, given that, by your support of the current LGBTQ and ‘trans violence’ agenda, you support children as young as six being pumped full of dangerous drugs and given surgery to change them to the ‘opposite gender’. So lets rewrite your comments a little for your support context…like this…

          “That would be the current LGBTQ and ‘trans violence’ mentally ill agenda that wants to imposed ritual ‘gender mutilation’ on virtually every male baby born in the United States they can groom.”

    • Paul,

      For reference your comment is spot-on. (I failed to acknowledge that in my first response to your comment immediately above.)

  2. Fck dat shit, his daddy has declared war o lawfull gunm bearing citizens. If you all wants play around with he said she said that’s one youm

  3. Just what I would expecr: monumental STUPIDITY from a democrat in office. Someone who should obviously know better, doesn’t. But then he is a democrat….wha else can you xpect?

  4. I’m surprised a democrat politician even acknowledges a Second Amendment right for individuals exists. They are spent so many years claiming the Second Amendment right for individuals doesn’t exist, yet here it is ‘officially’ being acknowledged by a democrat politician that a Second Amendment right for individuals does indeed exist. The pro-gun community has been telling them that for years, and it took four different SCOTUS cases to get the point across (e.g. Heller, McDonald, Catano, Bruen – even though past SCOTUS cases before that have also said it).

    Its like that mental illness thing for mass/school shooters and red flag laws do not have due process. For 30 years the pro-gun community has been telling them the issue for these shooters is mental illness, not guns, and red flag laws do not have due process yet it wasn’t until very recently that the left-wing creators of the Safer Communities Act passed last year acknowledged that 100% of these shooters are mentally ill and all red flag laws do not have due process. Don’t believe me? Watch the video below and hear it from their own mouths.

    • .40 cal Booger,

      They are spent so many years claiming the Second Amendment right for individuals doesn’t exist, yet here it is ‘officially’ being acknowledged by a democrat politician that a Second Amendment right for individuals does indeed exist.

      Not exactly. What that Democrat politician was really saying is that the Second Amendment right for individuals only exists for certain Democrats who are members of the Ruling Class. THOSE individuals have an individual right to keep and bear arms–and everyone else only has some kind-of-sort-of-vague right to keep and bear arms when they are active duty members of the U.S. military or national guard. (And even that “right” is extremely–and whimsically–limited.) And police do not have any cut-and-dry individual right to keep and bear arms while on-duty–much less off-duty–either.

      • “What that Democrat politician was really saying is that the Second Amendment right for individuals only exists for certain Democrats who are members of the Ruling Class.”

        Yes, of course hes trying to apply it that way but they are still individuals

  5. Another dumb democRat ratbassturd talking out his behind. Clearly such rampant mental illness coming from the democRat Party winds up infecting every gullible useful idiot in its path…

    • rtw – NOT defending the rascal by any means but I will point out that he has cancer so is likely covering up his hair loss.
      Since he was a borderline anti-gun nut to begin with we know he isn’t losing ground due to his illness.

  6. FTA: “failing to admit his drug use”.

    Wow! It’s not like there’s a comment block on a 4473 to volunteer drug use. It’s a question, Biden answered NO. He LIED! He didn’t just fail to admit. He effn’ LIED. Period.

  7. When Law Schools Starts Teaching How to Eviscerate Your Second Amendment Rights. (Or in other words, pure tyranny using qualified immunity).

    • (guess who Biden wants to exercise that qualified immunity in the video above)

      Biden Turning Police Into “UNRELENTING COALITION” Demanding Gun Bans.

    • Yikes – taking the issue that these two liars are advocating to the logical conclusion, they are telling coppers that they no longer need probable cause nor even a reasonable suspicion to seize guns, just a vague ‘feeling’ that more than likely they cannot even articulate. SMDH.

  8. Why prosecute Hunter Biden for his form 4473 when most people aren’t prosecuted?

    Some of you may find this Trump Administration report concerning the actual number of prosecutions interesting, of course it’s just loaded with pesky facts many of you may find annoying and discomforting.

    “Investigations and prosecutions. Federal and selected state law enforcement agencies that process firearm-related background checks through the National Instant Criminal Background Check System (NICS) collectively investigate and prosecute a small percentage of individuals who falsify information on a firearms form (e.g., do not disclose a felony conviction) and are denied a purchase. Federal NICS checks resulted in about 112,000 denied transactions in fiscal year 2017, of which the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) referred about 12,700 to its field divisions for further investigation. U.S. Attorney’s Offices (USAO) had prosecuted 12 of these cases as of June 2018.”


    If it wasn’t for double standards, conservative Republicans would have no standards at all.

    • are you seriously using a “no u” argument? Damn the agenda coming unraveled must be getting to you.

    • look at Miner49er trying so desperately to defend a liar, a human trafficker, a down right criminal with soooo many crimes under his belt thats coming out in the current hearings with actual evidence and some of it in Hunters own words.

      • Although the Biden family should be held to account, you and I know it’s not going to happen until our electorate gets absolutely fed up.

    • MINOR Miner49er. Ah, it’s you Lefties who are the problem children when it comes to prosecuting these people who are caught LYING on the Federal Purchase form. ONLY the Federal Govt has the authority to prosecute for lying on the form. 1) Because is is a FEDERAL requirement to certify that what you have written on the form is true; 2) It’s not a State crime, to falsify a Federal From.

      • No, I don’t care what Don Junior does in his personal life.

        Both Don Junior and Hunter Biden are private citizens, and neither has held an office of public trust under the constitution.

        Things are a bit different for trumps daughter and son-in-law.
        Both held official positions within the government, positions that paid off very well when Donald Trump’s son-in-law received $2 billion from the architects of September 9/11 just six months after Donald Trump left office.

        I guess Jarad’s position as a ‘Special Advisor to the President’ pays good money from the Saudi royal family.

        I wonder why the Republican controlled House committees aren’t investigating that $2 billion gift from the Saudi royal family sovereign wealth fund…

        If it wasn’t for double standards, conservative Republicans would have no standards at all.

        • “So what? Seems your bud, Hunter got one hell of a job“

          Exactly, so what?

          Hunter Biden is a private citizen, and has never held an office of public trust under the constitution.

          Furthermore, Hunter Biden was investigated and properly prosecuted by a Trump appointed United States attorney and has agreed to plead guilty under the agreement.

          Why wasn’t Donald Trump‘s personal advisor Roger Stone prosecuted for his income tax evasion, he was allowed to pay over $2 million and was never prosecuted unlike Hunter who agreed to plead guilty to 2 tax evasion charges.

          Where is your outrage over advisor to the president Roger Stone skating scot-free with no criminal prosecution?

          If it wasn’t for double standards, conservative Republicans would have no standards whatsoever.

        • MINOR MIner49er. So the only reason that Hunter got the job was because his father was Vice President and the money that was used as a bribe for Sleepy and his son. Where I come from, MINOR we call that corruption. But then you Leftists are great at pointing the finger at Trump who did nothing wrong and let your cronies skate. The fact is that the Trump family did NOT a DAMN thing wrong and you can’t prove otherwise. Biden on the other hand….is as guilty as sin. Talking about double standards, being two faced and a hypocrite, you fill the bill.

  9. I’m not going to even bother with all the logical inconsistencies here.

    I’ll just say that a normal person could, in this case, possibly be forgiven for rooting for cancer.

    • “I’ll just say that a normal person could, in this case, possibly be forgiven for rooting for cancer“

      How sad, it seems some folk’s morals and ethics are a bit squishy, variable depending on just whose ox is being gored.

      • If that’s what you get from what I said then the other people here are right, your IQ really is <70.

        And it's not like you'd know morals or ethics if you were savagely beaten about the head with them, so the irony here is palpable too.

      • To suggest that one should “possibly be forgiven for rooting for cancer“ indicates moral bankruptcy and a poverty of the spirit.

        • “Could”, not “should”.

          Your reading skills still need a lot of work so it’s no wonder your error is incomprehensible to you.

          But congrats on using “poverty” in a way that indicates you might have some idea what the word means.

  10. Once upon a time, I would have advocates prosecuting Hunter Biden for his violations of US and local gun control laws. I was one of those misguided fools who favored “reasonable” gun control. It seemed reasonable to prohibit convicted felons from buying and possessing firearms. It seemed reasonable to require gun dealers to perform background checks before selling firearms.

    My eyes have now been opened to the utter hypocrisy of the gun control lobby and their Democrat enablers. The same folks who demand comprehensive background checks for gun buyers also demand that convicted felons be allowed to vote. The same folks who demand background checks for gun buyers also demand that there be no identification requirements for voters to ensure that convicted felons and illegal aliens can vote early and often also demand the gun buyers present valid ID and be fingerprinted. They even demand that murder suspects be unleashed upon the community without bail.

    I’m done making compromises with the corrupt gun control lobby. Since they refuse to control criminals, I have nothing but contempt for their unrelenting demands to disarm citizens.

  11. BREAKING NEWS: Senate Republicans Accuse Biden Of Allowing Human Trafficking Through Border Policy. (listen to the whole thing, its bad)

  12. He is not another rich guy…. He is a self entitled child of someone who’s net worth is beyond the salary of his office’s. How does one manage to accumulate such a large sum on those salaries?

    Hunter is admitted addict who frequently paid for the company of trafficked women who committed a perjury to purchase a firearm. it is alleged some were underage. His only known employment is hustling foreign government and entities.

    For the author to compare him to a law abiding citizen who works and lives a honest life is libel.

    Someone who deliberately lies to make a point is not cultured or superior. They are to be treated in the way they present themselves, with contempt of thier insignificant lives.

    • “How does one manage to accumulate such a large sum on those salaries?“

      The answer is publicly available, it’s no mystery

      “On the day America’s first billionaire president took office, “middle class” Joe Biden boarded the Amtrak out of Washington D.C.’s Union Station, bound for Delaware with the kind of modest fortune you might expect from someone who had spent his adult life as an elected official: $2.5 million, mostly composed of pensions and real estate. But Biden was about to cash in. By the end of 2017, he and his wife Jill had earned $11.1 million. They raked in $4.6 million the next year, followed by $1 million in 2019 and $630,000 in 2020.

      The story of how Biden became a wealthy man in the wake of his vice presidency, leveraging his fame to sell books and deliver speeches, has been told many times.“

      Joe Biden has released his tax filings and there is no mystery or subterfuge there, unlike Donald Trump who has paid $700 or less for many of years, refusing to release his tax returns, even after promising to release his taxes to the public.

      Even more interesting is the mystery of how a government official, Trump’s Special Advisor to the President, earned $2 billion from the Saudi royal family’s sovereign wealth fund.

      If it wasn’t for double standards, conservative Republicans would have no standards at all.

      • MINOR MIner49er, Can you tell me where in any law is says that a candidate for office MUST disclose his tax returns? For your edification, the source of Trump’s wealth are well known without any tax returns.

        • So you are saying that Trump was lying when he promised to release his taxes?

          “In a 2014 interview, Trump said he would release the returns, without any qualifications.

          “If I decide to run for office, I’ll produce my tax returns, absolutely,” he told “Ireland AM.” “And I would love to do that.”

          The fact is, the Trump organization has been found guilty of multiple felony tax evasion and fraud charges and now Donald Trump himself, the CEO of the Trump organization, is under indictment and will stand trial soon.

          The facts are publicly available, while his third wife was at home with the new baby, Donald hired a porn star for sex, and then had his personal attorney pay her hush money 30 days before the election, then entered it as a business legal expense by the Trump organization.

          While those tax charges by the state of New York are all very interesting, my personal favorites will be the Georgia indictments. While it may never happen, the thought of Donald Trump on a Georgia chain gang in the hot sun as the clouds of red dirt dust go rolling by is priceless.

        • MINOR Miner49er, Wow! You just deflected the question!
          No, Trump did not lie. He said he would release his taxes AFTER the audit was completed. It still hasn’t been completed.
          And Now I know this is difficult but answer the frickin question I posed.
          What law says any candidate for any office has to show you or any one his tax returns?
          Your facts are “SO FRICKIN WHAT”? The fact is the charges by your slimeball bud, in Manhattan are bull shit and way out of the statute of limitations. He finagled the charge to be “conspiracy.” For a conspiracy, you have to have more than one person. Then of course Trump was trying to protect his family. You are again, ASSUMING and we both know what that does

      • Miner what you showed does not add up.

        This game of whataboutisms is boring. I have applied the same criticism of others who claimed poverty when elected who became extremely rich in a short time. Book deals, speaking engagements don’t add up to the wealth.

        Where did the real estate come from? Where there inside deals to investments?

        These are legitimate questions to ask all of them.

        What is concerning is your absolute trust of the far left.

  13. $7.3 million from Burisma so daddy would leverage USA taxpayer money to make their problems go away. The Bidens are the epitome of corruption.

    • “$7.3 million from Burisma”

      Let’s go to the big Board and compare that with Donald Trump’s family.

      Trumps son-in-law received $2 billion from the Saudi royal family’s sovereign wealth fund, just six months after leaving the office of the presidency.

      Hunter Biden: $7,300,000

      Jared Kushner: $2,000,000,000

      Hunter Biden has never held an office in the government, Jared Kushner held an official position with security clearance in the Trump administration.

      If it wasn’t for double standards, conservative Republicans would have no standards at all.

        • “I wonder if Hunter could get a security clearance?“

          Probably not, but as he’s never held a position with the government of the United States, it’s immaterial and just a conservative red herring.

          On the other hand, Donald Trump’s son-in-law did not qualify for a security clearance, but Benedict Donald rammed it through anyway because Jared had some serious negotiating to do with the Saudi royal family. You know, all in the best interests of the United States I’m sure…

          “WASHINGTON — Jared Kushner’s application for a top-secret clearance was rejected by two career White House security specialists after an FBI background check raised concerns about potential foreign influence on him — but their supervisor overruled the recommendation and approved the clearance, two sources familiar with the matter told NBC News.

          The official, Carl Kline, is a former Pentagon employee who was installed as director of the personnel security office in the Executive Office of the President in May 2017. Kushner’s was one of at least 30 cases in which Kline overruled career security experts and approved a top-secret clearance for incoming Trump officials despite unfavorable information, the two sources said. They said the number of rejections that were overruled was unprecedented — it had happened only once in the three years preceding Kline’s arrival.“


        • MINOR Miner49er. Nice try! Yeah, Lefty, it does matter as your fav, Hunter is in fact a criminal. None of the Trump family are. All of the Trump’s received their security clearances. The “unfavorable information” ? What was it? On this nonsense, I call BULL SHIT! I guess it’s what you call the old “I cant tell you” nonsense.

      • Miner,
        So you’re finally admitting that VP Joe Biden used his position as an elected official to extort Ukraine in order to protect Burisma (and the millions H & The Big Guy got in return)? The corrupt Democrats impeached Trump just for looking into that corruption! They said he couldn’t do that because Biden his political opponent! Now look at what they’re doing to Trump! It’s hilarious that you’re so far gone that you actually believe you’re one of the good guys. You’re a bootlicker.

        I wasn’t talking about Jared Kushner. Nice try changing the subject. We can talk about him too if you like. I don’t care. I’m not a partisan. I’m not interested in running cover for corrupt politicians, unlike you. News flash Miner: They don’t care about you! It’s really sad and pathetic that you care so much about those soulless grifters who would toss you under the bus without a second thought.

    • District 8 in Montgomery Co., Maryland loves Raskin. I would suggest making a point to never drive through the county. With a wear & carry permit just don’t drive there.

  14. i guess it was a good thing that all the personnel handled the plastic bag, ensuring that when it was finally checked for finger prints it could not identify the owner

  15. Stop picking on Jamie! Maybe he will cosponsor legislation making all of the United States constitutional carry! Or at least repeal federal gun control legislation.

  16. “I’ll just say that a normal person could, in this case, possibly be forgiven for rooting for cancer.”

    I’ve proudly done that to a past boss I utterly *despised*. Oh, and I literally asked her to her face who did she fvck to get that job.

    She gave me the job performance review I’m most proud of.

    “Hostile and combative.” It brings tears to my eyes to this day… 🙂

    • The whole thing is getting reversed as DEI is creating a hostile and combative work environment for all employees of companies that push for this crap. I don’t believe these companies have any clue as to the harm they are bringing on with it.

  17. Well there is us and then there is them. Them never get in any real trouble and if they do tax payer money will get them out of it.
    To quote the Wicked Witch of the West “Oh what a world, what a world.”
    Sadly Dorthy is no longer here to save us.
    Yay for the BATFE, what a fine upstanding bunch of American patriots and let’s give a three cheers to the IRS too.
    JRB in 2024, like it or not.

  18. IT’S LIKE THAT HOW TO BE A MAGA CULT LEADER BY tRUMP, ( Me A Great Aicyhole ) , use the constitution to wipe his icyhole with it . …

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