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Biden’s Relative Received Presidential Pardon After Bloody Crime

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President Joe Biden has the power to pardon criminals and has utilized this authority for numerous convicted individuals.

Recently, it was discovered that Biden’s great-great-grandfather, Moses J. Robinette, was involved in a court-martial case during the Civil War.

Robinette, a civilian employee of the Union Army, got into a fight, leading to his arrest and conviction.

“I had no malice towards Mr. Alexander before or since. He grabbed me and possibly might have injured me seriously had I not resorted to the means that I did,” Robinette reportedly said.

However, he was ultimately pardoned by President Abraham Lincoln in 1864.

Despite his tumultuous past, Robinette’s legacy is now tied to his descendant, President Joe Biden.

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