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Hunter Biden Not Protected From Gun Charges By Second Amendment, DOJ Argues

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The U.S. Department of Justice argues that Hunter Biden cannot use his constitutional right to a firearm to avoid prosecution for federal gun charges, stating that Anglo-American law allows disarming those who pose a risk to public safety.

Hunter Biden’s legal team had claimed that the charges against him were likely unconstitutional based on a recent Supreme Court ruling, but the DOJ rejected this argument.

Additionally, the DOJ refuted Hunter Biden’s claim of having immunity, stating that the agreement required a signature that was never obtained.

“Anglo-American law has long recognized that the government may disarm those who, by their conduct or characteristics, present an increased risk to public safety if they possess firearms,” the DOJ stated.

Hunter Biden is also facing tax charges, and his legal troubles have been a focus for Republicans.

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