It hasn’t escaped Rossi that Taylor stands to spend serious prison time for the same offense while Hunter Biden won’t see a day behind bars. “In our sentencing memo, we will surely raise the inconsistency in the government’s approach to a vulnerable and scared very young mother, who does not have a privileged background and connections,” Rossi told The Washington Times. Sen. Marsha Blackburn, a Tennessee Republican, questioned the discrepancy in a Wednesday tweet.
Wow. After Hunter Biden lied on a federal firearm background check form (another crime for which he will likely avoid jail time) & his girlfriend/sister-in-law tossed the gun away in a dumpster by a school, he tried to blame some random Hispanics, calling them “prolly illegal:” pic.twitter.com/tsyV6dEhBV— Guy Benson (@guypbenson) June 24, 2023
Whistleblowers within the Internal Revenue Service have described wide-ranging political interference from Department of Justice officials in the agency’s investigation of Hunter Biden’s taxes. [ic_trending] In testimony before the House Ways and Means Committee in May, IRS Special Supervisory Agent Gary Shapley described the Hunter Biden tax case as “being handled differently than any I’d seen before.” Attorney General Merrick Garland has denied the Justice Department’s deal with the younger Biden was compromised by political considerations, according to CBS News. This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.
Biden’s DOJ is giving Hunter a sweetheart deal for lying on a firearm background check.Meanwhile, the same DOJ is sending Deja Taylor to prison for 18-24 months for the exact same offense. What happened to equal justice under the law? https://t.co/NWf1qbVk7i — Sen. Marsha Blackburn (@MarshaBlackburn) June 21, 2023