TO MY FELLOW INNER CITY RESIDENTS: Here's How the Biden Family’s Crimes Were Handled vs. the Rest of Us

Updated: 2020-07-14 00:03:07
Oh, I live in an urban area, just so ya know. It’s diverse, amazing and fun. And I ain’t leavin’, period.

But, say, in the interest of promoting the movements (so many cats, so few recipes), I feel compelled to unleash the “double-standard” trump card. After all, we have seen Hillary Clinton preemptively exonerated for multiple, willful violations of the Espionage Act.

Had you or I violated these codes, we’d be part-way through a sentence at Leavenworth. Which is not as fun as it sounds.

That said, please note how the deep state Beltway notifies us of these kindsa stories...

In August 2019, Caroline Biden, 33, a niece of former Vice President Biden, was busted in Lower Merion Township, Penn., for driving under the influence and without a license, public records show. While the case is active, it’s unlikely Caroline will face much in the way of consequences — if history and Biden family rap sheets are any guide.

Her arrest, which was never made public, was at least the ninth among Joe Biden’s close family, and followed incidents involving his brother Frank, his son Hunter and his daughter Ashley. The cases — ranging from felony theft to drug possession — were all either thrown out, or resulted in light sentences with no jail time, according to a Post review of public records and published reports.

The Pennsylvania drunken-driving collar was the third run-in with the law for Caroline, who is the daughter of Joe’s younger brother, James Biden Sr. In September 2013, she was booked for allegedly hitting an NYPD officer during a full scale meltdown at her Tribeca apartment, following a dispute with a roommate over unpaid rent. The case was dismissed after Caroline agreed to anger management treatment.
Oh, wait. There’s more (emphases mine):
Joe Biden’s brother, Francis ‘Frank’ Biden, 66, won the prize for the most bizarre Biden family bust when he allegedly stuffed two DVDs from a Florida Blockbuster down his pants in October 2003, cops said. He was 49 at the time. He never showed up for a scheduled court hearing on the attempted theft and the state attorney declined to prosecute, according to records obtained by the Miami New Times.

He had more serious scrapes with the law. He was pinched in August 2003 for drunk driving in Fort Lauderdale, earning six months probation. He was arrested a year later for driving with a suspended license but avoided jail again by spending three months in rehab. In 1999, . He was found partially liable for the death of 38-year-old William Albano, and owes his family almost $1 million dollars, according to the Daily Mail.
But I’m sure the Biden kclan was treated just as you or I would have been.
THE BIDEN BUSTS
The rap sheets, and favorable court outcomes, of four Joe Biden relatives

Ashley Biden, Daughter, 39
Charge: Pot possession in New Orleans in 1999. No conviction recorded.
Charge: Attempting to obstruct a police officer in Chicago in 2002. Dropped.

Frank Biden, Brother, 66,
Charge: DUI in Florida in 2003. Six months probation.
Charge: Petty theft in Florida in 2003. Dropped.
Charge: Driving with suspended license in Florida in 2004. Three months in rehab.

Caroline Biden, Niece, 33
Charge: Resisting arrest, obstruction of government administration, harassment in NYC, 2013. Case dismissed.
Charge: Grand and petty larceny in NYC in 2017. Two years probation; restitution of $110,000 in stolen credit card charges.
Charge: DUI, driving without a licence in Pennsylvania in 2019. Case pending.

Hunter Biden, Son, 50
Charge: Drug possession in New Jersey in 1988. Pretrial intervention program, records expunged.
Well, those are all probably coincidences.

But there aren't aren't two systems of justice. No way.

I’m sure the Biden family -- with Joe’s $10 million+ estate -- is above reproach. I really believe that.

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