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US law professor suggests Biden is genetically predisposed to commit crimes

via The Telegraph
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A law professor controversially suggested that Joe Biden and his family may be genetically predisposed to committing crimes based on a distant relative.

Jonathan Turley wrote that the Bidens have shown a “legendary skill” at avoiding legal accountability over generations.

As evidence, he examined the case of Biden’s great-great-grandfather Moses Robinette in the 1860s, who was found guilty of attempted murder but pardoned after Lincoln received letters from Robinette’s political allies and “union” supporters arguing mitigating factors.

“Biden family members often marshal political allies and media to kill investigations or cut sweetheart deals… [and] swim in scandal with the ease and agility of a bottlenose dolphin,” he wrote.

“It turns out that it may be something of a family trait acquired through generations of natural selection.”

“Biden’s associates argued that, although Robinette had been the only person armed, the victim was a teamster “much his superior in strength and Size, all under the impulse of the excitement of the moment,” the article reads.

“They beseeched Lincoln to ‘think of his motherless Daughters and sons at home! … [Praying for] your interposition in behalf of the unfortunate Father…and distressed family of loved Children, Union Daughters & Union Sons’.”

“They told Lincoln that he was a political ally who was ‘ardent, and Influential … in opposing Traitors and their schemes to destroy the Government.’ (It appears, even back then, the Bidens were union men.)” he said.

While Hunter Biden also faces legal issues, Turley concluded the family continues to demonstrate the “quintessentially Bidenesque” trait of evading consequences through political maneuvering that was seen generations ago, implying it was passed down genetically.

However, linking family legal histories to a genetic predisposition to criminality is an unsubstantiated claim.

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