Claudia Tenney suggests Hunter Biden won't be punished

 December 18, 2023

Representative Claudia Tenney (R-NY) appeared for an interview on Newsmax's Sunday Report, and explained that she doesn't have much confidence that Hunter Biden will be held accountable for his corruption.

Tenney explained that "If he [Biden] really wanted to protect himself, he should have come before Congress and pleaded the Fifth Amendment, his right not to incriminate himself, because he's facing a potential trial, but he didn't do that. He just snubbed the committees."

She noted that former Donald Trump associates Steve Bannon and Peter Navarro were prosecuted for defying congressional subpoenas, with Bannon receiving a sentence of four months in prison.

Tenney went on to say, "Let's see if Merrick Garland, who I call a dirty cop, let's see if he and the Department of Justice are actually going to follow through with this and make sure that we can hold them in contempt and stop obstructing this investigation and now this impeachment inquiry that we're doing in the House of Representatives."

As the months continue to drag on without much action, Americans are right to worry about the liberal DOJ letting Hunter Biden off the hook.

It is clear that there are two-tiers in the American justice system in 2023. Biden is in the upper tier, one in which the DOJ will look the other way, while simultaneously prosecuting former President Donald Trump for every perceived infraction.