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GOP Lawmaker On Hunter Biden’s Skipping Of Deposition: ‘Clearly A Two-Tiered Justice System’

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Rep. Jason Smith (R-MO) criticized Hunter Biden’s decision to defy a congressional deposition, calling it a “severe constitutional crisis” and highlighting a “two-tiered justice system.”

Smith argued that if an ordinary American did the same, they would be prosecuted, emphasizing the unequal treatment and the implications of Hunter Biden’s actions.

“That’s amazing that Hunter Biden could go defy a congressional subpoena, set up shop right in front of the steps of the Capitol, do a press conference with the guy who’s helped pay all this stuff out, and then walk away,” host Maria Bartiromo said. (Trending: Devastating News For Hunter Biden After Defying Subpoena)

“That’s — you’re not getting your deposition.”

“Maria, if you or I or any other American would do that, we would be prosecuted,” Smith said.

“It’s clearly a two-tiered justice system.”

“It’s exactly what the IRS whistle-blower — whistle-blowers have highlighted, why they came forward.”

“The fact that Hunter Biden was supposed to be in the halls of that building going through a congressional subpoena, through depositions, and he defied that by standing on the footsteps of the Capitol and doing a press conference, the fact that he is the president’s son, and he’s doing that, is creating a very severe constitutional crisis.”

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