The Bidens are facing some real trouble – one with possible impeachment and the other with a plea deal decision

July 26 – Times are getting pretty tough for the Biden family. 

US Speaker of the House Kevin McCarthy announced yesterday that the House may pursue impeachment charges against President Joe Biden. 

Pat Ryan of NewsTalk 103.7FM noted, “We’ve seen this movie before. We’ve seen the saber rattling and then nothing gets done. Honestly, what are you going to be left with? You’re going to be left with Kamala and the word salad and the empty head that that one is.”

Attorney Clint Barkdoll said, “This is my concern with these things. McCarthy signaled on the Hannity show the other night that he was open to moving forward with an impeachment. I was never a fan of the two impeachments the Democrats did against Trump, mainly because this stuff goes nowhere. The House will get involved in this. They’ll spend millions of dollars, weeks doing this. The votes aren’t anywhere near in the Senate to make anything happen. So they’ll all walk away and say, well, we impeached him, but there’s been no consequence for it. That’s why I have not been a fan of these impeachment processes. But McCarthy has signaled twice now, once on Hannity the other night, and then again at the Capitol yesterday, that he’s meeting with key House members to possibly move forward with that process. But again, even if the votes are in the House to impeach him, there’s no way the Senate convicts Biden. So nothing is going to come out of it.”

On top of that, there’s news from Delaware with the Hunter Biden plea deal. 

Ryan noted, “This is the deal that you, myself or anybody, nobody, no judge would give the plea deal that Hunter got. It matters what your last name is apparently in the United States of America, especially if it’s Biden. That deal hopefully is in a little bit of jeopardy.”

Delaware Judge Maryellen Noreika will decide today whether or not to sign off on the plea deal for Hunter Biden. 

Apparently lawyers for Hunter Biden called a clerk in Delaware pretending to be a Republican lawyer to try to alter the plea deal. 

Ryan said, “This family is so dirty and the people around them. It gets dirtier every day.” 

Barkdoll said, “This judge is from Pennsylvania, which I find interesting. She’s from Pittsburgh, educated in Pittsburgh law school. This is a Trump appointed judge. She took the bench in 2017, was confirmed, of course, by the US Senate upon Trump’s appointment. In these kinds of cases, of course, the prosecution and the defense have an agreement. So they’ve apparently already agreed to these terms that Hunter Biden would plead, it will be a probationary sentence.”

All of it is subject to the judge’s approval. 

Barkdoll said, “A lot of reporting that follows this judge, they think she will accept this plea. But there was a brief, a memo filed with the whistleblower testimony asking the judge to reconsider this plea. It’s too favorable to Biden. There could be some other things that the judge would bring up today like this phone call. Might that throw a wrench in this whole process and the judge says this is too favorable? The judge also will require the prosecution to justify on the record today why they’ve agreed to these terms. That’s also going to be interesting to hear. How is the prosecutor justifying what appears to be a really favorable deal? No cameras in the courtroom in Delaware. That’s the law in all of Delaware.”

Ryan asked, “Have you ever heard of a phony phone call and this situation, this scenario? You’ve got to be losing your mind on something as foolish as this out of Hunter’s camp?

Barkdoll said, “If that call happened, and if that is true, I think those attorneys could be in trouble. I mean, attorneys are officers of the court. They have a duty and a role to have candor to what’s called before the tribunal. If they were doing something like that, I actually think the judge could sanction those attorneys separately from this Hunter Biden plea proceeding today. So keep an eye on that piece of this as well.”