Feedback From Columns on Hunter Biden’s Laptop, Many Frauds & His Damning Words On Our Corrupt Chancery Court Judges
I’ve written recently about Hunter Biden. The man seems to be intent on destroying his father’s presidency. Last month, I uncovered that he threatened to wield the Delaware Chancery Court as a weapon, which was under his full control. This is a man of many frauds. His laptop scandal continues to unveil shocking details. His words on corrupt Chancery Court judges are damning.
Here are his words, directly from the Washington Post story, “I will bring suit in the Chancery Court in Delaware — which as you know is my home state and I am privileged to have worked with and know every judge in the chancery court,” he wrote on March 14, 2018.
I’m sharing more of your comments below from my recent columns on his laptop, frauds, threat to Democracy and Delaware’s Chancery Court.
Here is more of your feedback –
“It’s good that we’ve gotten rid of some of these unethical state actors, as you call them Jud.
Now, let’s have our leaders get rid of the rest.”
“This corruption has got to take down Biden, after ruining his home state.”
“This guy is a flat-out crook!”
“If only we had done something. Is it too late? The lack of ethics is disgusting.”
“Maybe Hunter is connected with the Good Old Boys.
Would any of us be surprised?”
“That arrogant, drug addicted bastard needs to be locked up.
Delaware is so corrupt and the Bidens are right in the middle of it.
Shocking article. Great work.”
“This laptop scandal has grown and grown. No one reported on it, except Conservative outlets.
Now look at this. It is growing too large for the Bidens to contain.”
“China, Russia, Ukraine. How sinister is this guy? How much does his father know?
Can this take down our President! Keep reporting on this, Judson.”
“Americans are paying the price for this arrogant criminal family.
They need to be arrested. All of them. Child porn is the worst of it.”
“God will bless America in our next election.
You can count on it, Jud!”
Thank you as always for your comments and keep them coming.
It energizes me when your comments come in. Whether you agree or disagree with me, they are always welcome.
Judson Bennett–Coastal Network