Hunter Biden’s Gun Was Given To The FBI Against Hunter’s Will

( According to a report published by the Washington Examiner, texts recovered from Hunter Biden’s laptop allegedly show that he criticized his sister-in-law Hallie Biden for getting rid of his gun. In the texts, he allegedly mentions her son’s firearms and guns kept at his father’s house.

According to the report, what pushed Hunter over the edge was learning that Hallie threw his gun in a dumpster near a Delaware high school in October 2018. This news reportedly prompted Hunter to get angry and paranoid.

Afterward, he sent a text message to Hallie expressing his fury at the possibility that he would be investigated about the disposal of the pistol.

“That’s now in the hands of the FBI,” Hunter wrote in a text message.

On October 23, 2018, Hunter wrote to Hallie that Beau owned a weapon that was supplied by the state and was in the front glove compartment of his car.

“So f*** you … What right do you f***ing have, Hallie?” Hunter exploded.

He said that there are five firearms stored at his dad’s house and that there are more guns in the room where her son sleeps than in an armory.

When filling out ATF Form 4473 for gun purchase in 2018, Hunter Biden, the son of President Joe Biden, may have lied about his history of drug use, according to Breitbart News. Breitbart uncovered this on March 25, 2021.

The issue regarding Hunter Biden’s allegedly illegal gun purchase in 2018 involves drugs. It inquires whether you have engaged in the unlawful use of marijuana, any other depressant, stimulant, narcotic drug, or any other controlled substance, or whether you are addicted to such substances.

Caution: Under federal law, it is still against the law to consume or possess marijuana, even if it has been authorized or decriminalized in the state where you live for medicinal or recreational use. This is true regardless of whether it is recreational or therapeutic.

The ATF Form 4473 says, “The information you supply will be utilized to establish if you are barred from receiving a firearm by either Federal or State law.”

Certain infractions of the Gun Control Act, codified at 18 U.S.C. 921 et seq., can result in a sentence of up to ten years in prison and/or a fine of up to two hundred fifty thousand dollars.

But Hunter is special.