Article III Project founder Mike Davis says Hunter Biden indictment is a coverup: 'don't be fooled'
"This is just more cover up by David Weiss and Merrick Garland and the Biden Justice Department," Davis said.
Article III Project founder Mike Davis says that the latest indictment of the first son Hunter Biden is a cover-up for bigger crimes.
"I would say don't be fooled by this indictment by David Weiss – this Delaware U.S. attorney who was picked by both Democrat home state senators," Davis said on the "Just the News, No Noise" TV show. "This is just more cover-up by David Weiss and Merrick Garland and the Biden Justice Department."
On Thursday, President Joe Biden's son Hunter was indicted on federal charges related to allegedly falsifying a gun application by failing to disclose he was using drugs at the time he filed for the permit in 2018.
The Delaware Grand Jury charges include two related to knowingly making a "false and fictitious written statement" by declaring that he was not using drugs when he purchased a firearm and another charge of possessing a firearm while using and being addicted to a drug, specifically crack cocaine.
"Notice how they're not charging for being an unregistered foreign agent or tax evasion, or foreign corruption or anything that could tie to President Biden," Davis said. "They're pursuing this path to make it look like they're being tough on Hunter."
Last month, House Oversight Chairman James Comer (R-Ky.) accused Biden of abusing his power as vice president by allowing Hunter to travel aboard Air Force Two to help score foreign business deals and has demanded the National Archives turn over all flight records from such trips.
On Tuesday, House Speaker Kevin McCarthy announced an impeachment inquiry against President Joe Biden due his alleged involvement in his son's overseas business dealings.
"President Biden will pardon Hunter right before he leaves office or David Weiss will cut a sweetheart deal with Hunter again like he did the last time," Davis predicted. "In the meantime, they're going to be able to rebuff questions and subpoenas from Congress."