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White House Press Secretary Reveals Decision On Hunter Biden Pardon

Is Hunter Biden going to be pardoned by his father? This is what we have all been pondering these last few weeks.

Reporters questioned White House Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre point-blank about whether or not Joe Biden will pardon Hunter Biden.

She responded that the White House will not be pardoning Hunter, but it remains to be seen if Joe keeps his promise to the American people.

Everyone knows that Joe Biden is less than truthful and that’s even more than I can say for Karine Jean-Pierre. These statements made today may be completely invalid tomorrow, only time will tell.

Of course, no one believed the claims of the White House Press Secretary, and some even offered up their theories about a ploy to remove Joe Biden via the Hunter Biden scandals.

The Epoch Times provided an excerpt of the interaction between the reporter and KJP:

A reporter then asked whether a presidential pardon was in the works for Hunter Biden.

“You’ve said before that the president would not pardon his son. Is that still the case?” the reporter asked.

“Nothing has changed. That is still the case,” Ms. Jean-Pierre replied.

Podcast host and stalwart America First patriot Chase Geiser put forward this scenario:

“Hunter Biden has been indicted by a grand jury on multiple felony charges. They are trying to force Biden to issue a pardon which will force him to leave the race. They used what they had on Hunter to force Biden to run and to control him while in office. Now they’re using it to force him out for a more viable alternative.”

Fox News also provided this statement KJP made directly before telling reporters that Joe Biden wouldn’t pardon Hunter:

“I mean, the president has said this before, and he will continue to say, which is that he loves his son and supports him as he continues to rebuild his life.

And I’m going to be really careful to not comment on this and refer to Department of Justice or my colleagues at the White House counsel.”


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