Whitmer Conveniently ‘Loses Connection’ When Asked Question About Hunter Biden

(RepublicanReport.org) – On June 3, a federal jury was seated in Hunter Biden’s criminal trial in Delaware. The president’s only remaining living son was charged with federal gun charges related to the purchase of a gun while he was in the throws of addiction. Before the jury reached a verdict, one state leader was asked about the charges.

On June 9, Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer (D) appeared for an interview with Dana Bash on CNN’s “State of the Union.” The host mentioned that Hunter Biden was in the middle of a trial on gun charges, stating that Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) believes “an average American would not have been prosecuted” for the crime — indicating political motivation for the case.

Before Bash could ask her a question, Whitmer asked if the host was there, implying she couldn’t hear her. Some people immediately jumped on social media to state how convenient it was that Whitmer wouldn’t hear the host when she was talking about the president’s son. They accused her of faking a technical error.

When the connection was restored, Bash asked the Michigan governor about the trial. Whitmer said she didn’t really know what to say about Hunter Biden’s legal woes, other than she was “happy to see” President Joe Biden express his “confidence in the judicial system” — a stark difference from former President Donald Trump.

Whitmer added that voters in November have a choice between someone who “respects the rule of law” and someone who not only doesn’t have that same respect but is a convicted felon bent on revenge.

On June 11, the Delaware jury found Hunter Biden guilty on all three charges against him. The president issued a statement following the verdict stating how proud he and the first lady are of their son and “the man he is today.” The also said the Biden family would “always be there for Hunter.” Biden concluded his remarks by stating that he would continue to “respect the judicial process.”

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