Hunter Biden’s laptop provides texts in which he scolded his sister-in-law Hallie Biden for discarding his weapon, then mentioned her son’s guns, and guns kept at his father’s home, according to a report from the Washington Examiner.
According to some reports, Hunter was enraged by learning that Hallie had allegedly “threw his gun in the garbage near a high school back in October 2018.”
He sent Hallie a text the next day, furious that he might be questioned about how he disposed of the weapon.
“That’s in the hands of the FBI now,” wrote Hunter.
On Oct. 23, 2018, Hunter wrote: “Beau carried a state-issued pistol in his car. So screw you… What right do you have Hallie? … There are five guns in my father’s house. In your son’s room, there are more weapons than an armory.”
On March 25, 2021, Breitbart News reported that Hunter Biden, the son of former Vice President Joe Biden, might have lied about his drug use on ATF Form 4473 while purchasing a weapon in 2018.
Breitbart News noted:
“The inquiry pertaining to Hunter Biden’s alleged purchase of a gun in 2018 is drug-related. It asks: “
“Are you an unlawful marijuana user, or an addict to, any stimulant, depressant, narcotic drug, or other controlled substance? Please be advised that the use or possession of marijuana is still against federal law in any state whether it has been legalized or decriminalised for recreational or medicinal purposes.”
“The would-be gun buyer is always required to answer “yes” or “no”.”
The form says that “The information you provide will be used to examine whether you are restricted by law from receiving a gun. Some violations of gun-control laws under the Gun Control Act, 18 U.S.C. 921 et seq., give prison penalties of up to 10 years.”
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