Folks, your humble narrator will take a (small!) victory lap re: the blow up of the Hunter Biden plea deal. Readers of this space knew the day before the hearing that there was major turbulence in store for Team Hunter (which essentially comprises both his defense attorneys and DOJ).
Kudos to Judge Noreika for salvaging what’s left of the trust in our criminal justice system… (and in the heart of Biden Country, no less) (click below for my plea to the judge, a few hours before the hearing took place) (Judge: Stay strong!).
As of this writing, we still do not have any official release of the plea agreement or, more importantly, the diversion agreement on the gun charge (where the mysterious “extra paragraph” was hidden, that cratered the deal).
But word comes now that NBC News has filed an official request for both documents — with the judge demanding to hear from both sides by Tuesday.
In light of the judge’s apparent mood: I suspect we see the docs this week. Which will be: enlightening… and damn embarrassing for these “prosecutors” (if they have any shame left).
Further: If this reporting is true… then we see an impeachment in the House. I see no other recourse.
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