Strippers Hilariously Testify Against Hunter In Exchange For Immunity

Well, well, well.

Time will soon tell whether or not Hunter faces the same “justice” Trump did in the courts … however, unlike Trump, Hunter committed actual crimes.

Quite a few actually … and he’s left not only quite the paper trail, but quite the litany of witnesses.

Same certainly cannot be said for Trump.

As reported by The Blaze, Hunter Biden strolled into StarQuest Shooters in Wilmington, Delaware, paying cash for a Colt revolver on October 12, 2018.

Where he proceeded to blatantly lie on a form, which is required by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.

One of the questions asked whether or not Hunter was “an unlawful user of, or addicted to, marijuana or any depressant, stimulant, narcotic drug, or any other controlled substance.”

Well, unfortunately for Mr. Hunter, perhaps the worst fall guy ever for the real “Big Guy,” two different witnesses who have had the misfortune of knowing Hunter, in particular his ex-wife, have attested to his decades of drug abuse.

That’s right: decades.

One witness included one of his (many) ex-girlfriends, Zoe Kestan, who agreed to testify in exchange for immunity.

According to Kestan, who met Hunter while working as a stripper, Hunter would routinely smoke crack cocaine in strip clubs.

Classy.

While Hunter allegedly used crack cocaine less frequently due to the “distraction” offered by Kestan, he soon resumed his rampant drug abuse, smoking crack cocaine “every 20 minutes or so” during their varied … meetings in 2018.

Apparently, Hunter was (is?) so obsessed with crack cocaine that he cooked up a batch himself in a hotel room, and he then demanded for an angry Kestan to clean up the room.

Talk about straight outta the hood.

Meetings that preceded Hunter’s purchase of the gun, of course.

However, the best testimony of all was offered by Hunter’s beleaguered ex-wife, who had the great misfortune of dealing with decades of abuse and infidelity.

Heck, Hunter cheated on her with his deceased brother’s widow.

Even classier than smoking crack cocaine in a strip club.

Needless to say, Buhle provided quite a bit of evidence, and unlike one of Hunter’s many stripper “girlfriends,” she did not need an immunity deal.

“Buhle and Biden were married for nearly 25 years, from 1993 until 2017, and have three daughters together. Though Buhle mentioned that Biden had discussed entering rehab at least as far back as 2003 and noted that he had been dismissed from the Navy in 2014 because of alleged cocaine use, she said on the stand that she became particularly alarmed after she ‘found a crack pipe … on an ashtray on the side porch of [their] home’ in July 2015.

After that, Buhle testified that she repeatedly discovered drugs and/or drug paraphernalia in Biden’s car and that she had to remove those items on several occasions to keep Biden’s drug problem from their daughters,” The Blaze reported.

Well, how about that.

Looks like Hunter was caught in a rather whopping lie very shortly into his trial.

The question is – will he be prosecuted like Trump?

In Biden’s America, that’s highly unlikely.

Author: Jane Jones


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