Jesse Watters: Hunter Biden Has a Mugshot – Expected to Plead Not Guilty in Gun and Drug Charges (VIDEO)

Hunter Biden, son of President Joe Biden.

Fox host Jesse Watters revealed on his show last night that Hunter Biden has a mugshot from his July court appearance, where he was photographed and fingerprinted, according to lawyers for Biden.

Watters also told his audience that his team filed a Freedom of Information Act request with the DOJ and the US marshalls to show Hunter’s mugshot to the public.

The left and the mainstream media widely criticized President Trump for his historic Georgia mugshot pose that showed he will never surrender to the Radical Left Marxists. Others indicted in the sham Georgia RICO case by leftwing DA Fani Willis also took a bashing from the Fake News Media for their appearance after the Fulton County Sheriff’s office released their mugshots.

“What is so special about a mug shot that they don’t want us to see? Did [Hunter] smile? Did he look defiant?” Watters asked.

Biden is expected to plead not guilty in a Delaware court on three counts related to his possession of a firearm while using drugs. His attorneys have requested that he be allowed to hide in the basement like his father and enter his plea via video conference.

As Watters noted, President Trump flew all over the country and faced the media for court appearances in four sham indictments. Why can’t Hunter Biden face the cameras and appear in court?

Prosecutors are opposed to this special treatment for Hunter Biden, ABC reports.

ABC reported,

President Joe Biden’s son Hunter Biden is expected to enter a plea of not guilty when he is arraigned on federal gun charges, his attorney wrote in court filings Tuesday.

It’s the first official indication of the younger Biden’s plans to fight the charges against him following his indictment last week, though his attorney has publicly suggested he would fight the charges.

Lowell filed court papers on Tuesday seeking to have his client’s initial appearance in a Delaware court take place via video conference instead of in person, in order to limit what he called “the financial impact on government resources and the logistical burden on the downtown area of Wilmington.”

“No matter whether in person or virtual … Mr. Biden also will enter a plea of not guilty, and there is no reason why he cannot utter those two words by video conference,” Lowell wrote.

Via Jesse Watters Primetime:

Watters: Biden’s attorneys have requested that the President’s son plead not guilty to the gun charges over Zoom. Hunter’s attorney, in a letter to the judge, says there is no reason why he cannot utter those two words, “not guilty,” by video conference. Hunter doesn’t want to show up to a federal courthouse, which our sources tell us would be unheard of.

Donald Trump has had to fly all across the country for his indictments, but Hunter can’t fly to Delaware. And that’s not all. We’re also learning of a major development. It turns out Hunter Biden has a mugshot. Back in July, when Hunter first appeared in court, his lawyers say he was photographed and fingerprinted. Now, Primetime sources tell us that federal inmates rarely have their mugshots released to the public; only in cases where the federal inmate escapes, and a leak would be very unlikely the US Marshals have a rigorous digital footprint.

So, what is so special about a mug shot that they don’t want us to see? Did he smile? Did he look defiant? You know, in light of transparency, this mugshot must be released. Primetime has put out a Freedom of Information Act request with the Department of Justice and the US marshals to have Hunter Biden’s mugshot released to the public.

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Jordan Conradson, formerly TGP’s Arizona correspondent, is currently on assignment in Washington DC. Jordan has played a critical role in exposing fraud and corruption in Arizona's elections and elected officials. His reporting on election crimes in Maricopa County led to the resignation of one election official, and he was later banned from the Maricopa County press room for his courage in pursuit of the truth. TGP and Jordan finally gained access after suing Maricopa County, America's fourth largest county, and winning at the Ninth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals. Conradson looks forward to bringing his aggressive style of journalism to the Swamp.

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