GOA Predicts Hunter won’t see jail cell, but ‘satisfaction’ watching him squirm
By Erich Pratt
The three-count federal indictment filed in Delaware says Biden lied about his drug use when he bought a firearm in October of 2018 while struggling with addiction to crack cocaine. More specifically, Biden is charged with two counts of making false statements by checking a box on the federal gun purchase form by falsely saying he was not a user of or addicted to drugs and was illegally possessing the gun as a drug user. He faces a third count for possessing the gun, a .38 caliber revolver, as a drug user.
Firearms Transaction Record, or Form 4473, is a lengthy ATF document that is filled out when attempting to purchase a firearm from a licensed gun dealer.
Mike Hammond, legislative counsel at Gun Owners of America, tells AFN those are not “minor” charges in the indictment that can be ignored.
“This is prohibited-person stuff,” the attorney advises. “This is a ‘druggy’ in possession of a firearm, so just not minor stuff.”
Biden faces a 25-year maximum sentence if convicted but Hammond predicts the son of the U.S. president will never see a jail cell.
“Joe Biden will pardon him. That’s what I think,” Hammond says.
Beyond making false statements on the Firearms Transaction Record, Hunter