There’s a new update on the Biden Crime Family, but it may not be what you hoped for. Hunter Biden, Joe’s son, now is expected to plea guilty to two tax fraud charges AND is expected to strike a deal regarding a felony gun charge. Republicans are calling it a ‘slap on the wrist,’ especially since it seems Hunter will receive NO jail time. It’s ‘madness,’ Glenn says, but he also predicts this entire Biden Crime Family saga is FAR from over. Listen to this clip to find out why…
Below is a rush transcript that may contain errors
GLENN: Okay. Everybody -- I want you to just breathe deeply, okay? Breathe deeply.
And after we give you the news, I want you to count to ten. Maybe to 10 million.
There is news on the Hunter Biden front. And it's glorious. And here it is.
GLENN: Oh, yeah. The Trump-appointed US attorney for Delaware. Has reached a plea agreement with Hunter Biden. In which he's expected to plead guilty, to do federal misdemeanor counts of failing to pay his taxes. Biden also faces a separate gun possession charge, that will likely be dismissed, if he meets certain conditions according to court documents filed today.
Two sources familiar with the agreement told NBC News that it includes a provision in which the US attorney has agreed to recommend probation for Biden for his tax violations.
GLENN: Well, he's been such a good soul for so long.
I think just a light slap on the wrist from Mother Teresa, will probably do that.
STU: Legal experts say, that the tax and gun charges will likely not result in any jail time for President Joe Biden's son.
GLENN: Well, there you go. There you go. So now Joe Biden can go from, my son didn't do anything wrong.
To my son, okay. They pinned some misdemeanor charges on him. But he pled guilty. And he's paid his crime. He's paid his due to society.
STU: He gets away with everything else.
Was that -- did we even -- I guess we mentioned the tax charges before. But have we ever focused on that? Tax charges?
GLENN: He did not pay his income tax for two years. Two years. Just didn't file. Just didn't pay. Had a -- what was it? A 6 million-dollar fine on it. Somebody else just stepped in as a friend.
STU: What happens. People help you out all the time. People say, hey, here's 6 million to pay that of on.
GLENN: Yeah. And coughed up the 6 million dollars. No strings attached. And paid his 6 million-dollar fine. Like two years after the fine.
Let me ask you this: Are you still on the street, two years after you haven't paid your income tax?
No. Sorry. Four years after you haven't paid oops of amounting fine of $6 million? Are you on the street? Have they done anything to you yet?
Let me ask you this: If you are a --
STU: You're on the street, if that's where they left your body.
That's about it.
GLENN: If you're a.
SPEAKER SEVEN: Grueling.
And you go in, (?) and you try to buy a gun. You fill out a -- a form for the United States government. All over it. It says, if you lie about a any of this, you can face up to ten years in federal prison, and face criminal prosecution, if you knowingly make false statements.
Criminal prosecution, for a felony. He's gotten off with a misdemeanor. Now, I'm trying to figure that one out. Because his dad is really all up on making sure we don't have guns.
And yet, his son lied on a document. Signed his name to the document.
Saying, no. I'm not a drug user. Don't have any problems with that. See, this is -- this is why they nightmares.
For instance, are you an illegal alien.?"
If you answered yes. (?) you won't gadget. If you answered no, and you're lying, you go to prison.
And these -- these questions are put in there, to be able to trap you into several felonies. Okay?
If you're going to lie about one, you probably will lie about a couple of other things. So each one carries its own penalty.
And they lock you up. That's why you don't screw with gun laws. Don't ever. I don't know a single lawful single person that has a gun. That is legal.
I don't know a single person, who doesn't sweat, going into another state. Making sure, beforehand, am I legal in this state?
How do I carry it? When you bring it into an airport, which is completely legal, and you have it separated in (?) all of them locked.
You sweat your brains out. Because you could go to prison, if you get it wrong.
GLENN: Yeah. I used to live a intellectual Pennsylvania side.
Which has much better gun laws. Than New Jersey does.
And I was terrified that I would bring my gun to the range or something. Into Pennsylvania. And I don't know. Leave it in my trunk, right?
Then drive across to get gas in New Jersey. Which we did all the time. If you get pulled over there, they ga through your stuff, somehow. And find the weapon. (?) totally different laws. I was terrified to take care of the out of the house.
I was afraid (?), oh, I'll stop on the way home, and get gas. And cross that border. Snookering
We've seen people. This has happened to. That have gone to prison. Moms. Who have gone to prison. Because they just crossed the line like this. And Hunter Biden, with all the stuff --
GLENN: His dad just gave a speech about how guns can just change their caliber?
He knows nothing about guns. I've never seen that magic caliber-changing gun.
But he is all over wanting stricter restrictions on guns.
His son violates a pretty basic one, that is clearly oops your signature is. A felony, to knowingly provide false information. And he gets a misdemeanor?
GLENN: And that doesn't even seem to be part of it. Those will be L just be dismissed. If it meets (?) certain conditions. The taxes are the only things they're going after him on. Think of what they have seen. Way too much of Hunter Biden. I never wanted to see this much of Hunter Biden.
GLENN: I didn't (?) him in a jacket. I don't want to see that one.
STU: But, I mean, this guy has done, and committed crime after crime after crime. Most of them on video of his own cell phone. And yet, none of this is going to affect him at all?
PAT: It's madness. It's madness.
GLENN: Madness is a great word for it. I don't even (?) any one of the hundreds of crimes you've outlined that he's committed, I would be in jail for a long time.
STU: Oh, a long time. A long time. You may not leave jail. If we committed half, a quarter of the crimes, that he has committed.
I can't remember, I saw a total, just the other day. It was like 400 some crimes.
That are provable crimes.
We did not even hundred of those.
We would never see the outside of a cell.
GLENN: And yet this guy will musical of this? (?) is this how it will really end?
GLENN: So here is the latest poll. Do you think that the FBI report, from an informant, alleging that Joe Biden took a 5 million that are bribe, while (?) by the FBI.
83 percent say the FBI should make it public.
Only 17 percent said it should be kept secret.
Most of those were members of the Biden family. 74 percent of Democrats, 82 percent of independents. And 92 percent of Republicans, say the file should be public.
74 percent after Democrats. This will not last. The center cannot hold with this. Only 45 percent of voters say the FBI is fully investigating the allegations.
Really? A majority, 55 percent said the bureau is not really investigating. That's amazing.
That is truly amazing. There's more on a lot of these things. But let me just switch quickly, on what happened in Montana. The high wood grand jurors shop. (?) it's in Great Falls Montana. It's reopened for business.
It was rated by the IRS. And the Bureau of Alcohol, tobacco, firearms, and explosives, last Wednesday.
Okay? There is apparently it was an IRS violation. So I don't know what that is, because they came in and all they did was take all of the documents on showing who has purchased a gun. That has origination with the IRS.
So what are (?) you doing? The owner has said that we have a good. We've always had a good relationship with the ATF. It's not worth not crossing every T or dot word they just come in (?) and they take 4,473 background check forms.
They include no financial information. So there's no discernable reason, why the IRS would need those forms. What they did was they try to imagine five thousands of individuals Americans' personal information. (?) seized it.
For what? So they can go hassle those 4500 people? Is that what it is? The owner of this group has said, it's (?) for a couple of years. He said, I have no idea or reason why.
I am guessing it's political. He said, I'm assuming that it's because of the style of weapons, that we have. And the press that is against them. The current administration seems hell-bent on getting those guns out of the hands of average Americans.
He said, we have a Republican kind of like thatting all the Is. And crossing all the T's. It's not worth doing things that will get you in trouble.
By the way, the IRS, thanks to the Senate, has hired thetational 80,000 agents.
That for some reason, are involved in seemingly gun control. Hmm.
But the good news is, let me just go back, breathe team. This too shall pass. I don't think the Hunter Biden enstory is done. By any stretch of the imagination.
This is all going to come back and roost. And it won't be good, when it does. There will be jail time at the end for those who have blatantly broken the law. And then used their political connections to get away with, well, everything except seemingly murder.