Twisted Justice? Trump Faces DOJ Wrath as Hunter Biden Deal Exposed

Twisted Justice? Trump Faces DOJ Wrath as Hunter Biden Deal Exposed

( – One day after the DOJ’s sweetheart plea agreement with the president’s son was made public in court, the DOJ added three charges to the prosecution against President Joe Biden’s top political rival.

While Donald Trump’s critics rejoiced, juxtaposing these two occurrences will give faith and urgency to the claim that the DOJ continues to be weaponized and is replete with political prejudice.

According to reports, the plea agreement that DOJ prosecutors and Hunter Biden’s attorneys agreed on Wednesday disintegrated after Judge Maryellen Noreika questioned its conditions.

She specifically questioned a provision in an addendum to the agreement that would have shielded Hunter Biden from any future legal action relating to his rich international business transactions.

She was reportedly only handed this provision minutes before the hearing.

Judge Noreika questioned the prosecution and the defense about if there had ever been a similar agreement in the DOJ’s past. Both said that they were unaware of prior precedents and that this agreement was unique.

Mar-a-Lago property manager Carlos de Oliveira was added as a defendant the next day.

Three new accusations against Trump were added in a superseding indictment issued by Special Counsel Jack Smith.

The grand jury looking into Trump meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays, and the U.S.

Attorney’s office in Delaware is distinct from the Special Counsel’s office, so the timing may be coincidental.

But Merrick Garland, the attorney general, has jurisdiction over both. He and his deputies approve fresh indictments, and he would have been aware of the favorable conditions being extended to Hunter Biden.

Sam Bankman-Fried, a significant donor to the Democratic Party, was also cleared of campaign finance charges by the DOJ on Wednesday.

Although his political finance campaign charges have been dropped, he still faces additional allegations.

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