Hunter Biden Convicted in Gun Case

Hunter Biden was found guilty on Tuesday of all three felony gun charges brought against him, making him the first child of a sitting United States president to be convicted of a crime.

He could face up to 25 years in prison, although analysts say a full sentence is unlikely. The sentencing date is not set but will be within 120 days.

The crime: Hunter was found guilty of three charges branching from his failure to admit to illegal drug use when purchasing a gun in 2018.

  1. He lied to a federally licensed gun dealer.
  2. He lied on a mandatory gun-purchase form by saying he was not a drug user.
  3. He illegally had the gun for 11 days.

The trial began in Delaware on June 3 and was so straightforward the jury’s deliberation lasted only three hours.

Corruption: This verdict shows that the president’s son is illegally involved with drugs and weapons, but analysts know there are more serious crimes Hunter could be charged for. However, the Justice Department has avoided prosecuting Hunter for crimes that involve his father.

Prophesied trend: Bible prophecy warns of the immorality and corruption we see in the U.S., but it also foretells the end of the current era of disastrous leadership.

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