The Devon Archer Show rolls into town…. it will be a game changer.
Folks, recall that Monday brings us the Devon Archer show. Devon, apparently sharing bunk beds in Witness Protection with Tony Bobulinski, will probably not spell the beginning of the end for Biden, Inc, as so many have predicted.
But to paraphrase Winston Churchill: Archer will likely spell the “end of the beginning.” Taken with the NBC request (above), we may well be entering a phase where even the mainstreams have to admit to the Bidens’ shenanigans.
How serious is it? Let’s first award Superstar of the Week to Fox News reporter Mark Meredith, for this question to White House spokesperson KJP:
By locking the White House into the position that the President won’t pardon his son, Meredith put the Bidens in a profound bind.
Normally, walking out on a plea deal would mean a trial. And recall: Hunter has essentially admitted that he lied on his gun application form.
So: he’s de facto guilty on a felony that normally results in prison time.
Meaning: Hunter could realistically be looking at a trial, and jail — with the White House now on-record as saying he won’t be pardoned.
Right now, Hunter is potentially more dangerous to Joe Biden’s re-election hopes than Donald Trump has ever been.
Especially in light of reporting that his laptop contains contracts for all the deals the White House has been denying. Documents which are apparently encrypted… and for which he likely has the decryption password.
(Note: Click here for my discussion with Sean Hannity on the above — special thanks to Sean, his team, and ever-gracious Gregg Jarrett).
While NYers struggle to make ends meet, Kathy Hochul is celebrating herself for creating a new tax that will cause more truck traffic in the Bronx and on Staten Island, and more cars on small side streets in Queens and Brooklyn.
Christmas came early this year, thanks to @HCSOSheriff! Through the Heroes and Helpers program, HCSO took ten lucky kids on a shopping spree to ensure that they and their loved ones are well taken care of on Christmas morning.
Our podcast on the apparent bias and injustice in the George Floyd murder prosecution and trials. Justice should be blind, but was it in this case? Subscribe and listen. #podcast #Chauvin #thefallofminneapolis
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