Tucker Slams Hunter Biden’s Plea Deal On Twitter

TV host Tucker Carlson delivered a passionate critique in the latest episode of his Twitter show, taking direct aim at Hunter Biden following his controversial agreement to a plea deal that resulted in what many consider to be an excessively lenient punishment.

According to reports, the son of President Joe Biden has admitted guilt in relation to two misdemeanor tax charges. As part of the deal, he will face probation and be obligated to settle any unpaid taxes.

In addition, he has been mandated to participate in a diversion program, stemming from allegations of providing false information on a federal form during his application for a gun license.

In Carlson’s description of the Twitter episode, he writes, “As in most of the developing world, it’s safer to be the president’s son than his opponent,” clearly expressing his understandable discontent with the preferential treatment Hunter Biden has received.

During the show, Carlson wasted no time getting down to business, stating, “This morning, Hunter Biden pleaded guilty to pretty much nothing. Biden pled to two misdemeanor tax evasion charges, then entered a diversion on a federal gun charge. That’s it.”

He criticized the actions of the Justice Department, pointing out the lack of a high-profile arrest or press conference, and emphasizing that Hunter Biden, despite breaking federal gun laws, retains the privilege of carrying a firearm.

Carlson’s frustration was evident as he sarcastically remarked, “It’s like it all never happened.

In fact, the Justice Department just baptized Hunter Biden. A lifetime of sins washed away in an instant. It was a secular miracle!”

Having departed from Fox News in April, Carlson embarked on an independent venture, launching his own version of the show on Twitter. His online program has garnered an impressive following, amassing tens of millions of views per upload. Meanwhile, Fox News has struggled to fill the void left by Carlson’s departure, resulting in a decline in ratings.

In a subsequent twist, Carlson leveled allegations of fraud and breach of contract against his former employer, Fox News, regarding the circumstances surrounding his exit from the cable news network.

As Hunter Biden prepares to appear in federal court in the coming days to finalize the plea deal, the criticism and scrutiny surrounding the leniency of the agreement persist, underscoring the contentious nature of his case.