Report: Hunter Biden’s Text Tirade Slips Out – Tells Sister-in-Law There are “5 Guns In Dad’s House”
By Ben Dutka|June 16, 2022
Report: Hunter Biden’s Text Tirade Slips Out – Tells Sister-in-Law There are “5 Guns In Dad’s House”

The Hunter Biden saga continues, thanks to a stream of information that continues to come from the infamous laptop.

Washington Examiner has exclusively revealed a series of data that adds to the story, and the latest release paints a grim picture of the President’s son. Obviously, he was very upset over one particular incident.

And his response to his sister-in-law is getting everyone’s attention.

The ongoing analysis of the laptop keeps delivering surprises. For example, there’s a distinct possibility that he swiped data from family phones. This doesn’t include father Joe but it’s certainly worthy to note.

Now, text messages between Hunter and sister-in-law Hallie – who had been married to Hunter’s late brother, Beau – show another side to that relationship.

Hunter and Hallie evidently hooked up not long after Beau passed on, and that was reportedly a tumultuous relationship. Then Hallie became more involved when she threw one of Hunter’s guns in the trash.

According to the report:

Hunter lamented that Hallie, the widow of his brother Beau, had given the impression he’s ‘an abusive pedophile with homicidal tendencies’ and said that ‘that’s now in the hands of the FBI.’

He said police and the bureau opened an investigation into him over the incident.

The Secret Service also inserted itself into the saga, according to other texts from Hunter, although the agency has denied involvement.

It’s the texting itself that’s raising eyebrows, though.

Hunter was upset that Hallie taking the gun reflected badly on him, that it made him seem homicidal. And by throwing the gun in the trash, the authorities got involved.

As the texts read:

Beau owned a handgun issued by the state and I[t] was in the front glove compartment of his car. So f*** you … What right do you f***ing have Hallie.

There are 5 guns in dads house. There are f***ing more weapons in your sons room then in an armory.

Hunter added that he’ll “never recover from all of this” and the .38 caliber revolver remains a focal point of the investigation.

Hallie maintains that she took the gun from Hunter’s glove compartment because she was afraid he’d use it, and his response to that was quite ferocious:

Supposedly, this is just a small piece of what’s contained on that laptop.

We’ve heard reports that over 120,000 emails are on there, so there might be a lot more to come. Cyber forensics expert Konstantinos “Gus” Dimetrelos has been asked by the Examiner to discover as much as possible.

The gun issue is an intriguing one, primarily because the entire country faces some very difficult Second Amendment questions in the wake of multiple public shootings.

The Biden administration has called for more gun control, as have most Democrat leaders. At the same time, though, it would seem the Bidens have never had any qualms about owning firearms.

Key Takeaways:

  • Leaked texts from Hunter Biden’s laptop show his fiery reaction to sister-in-law Hallie’s stealing of his gun.
  • Hunter berated Hallie for ruining his life, and reminded her that there were 5 other guns in the Biden “arsenal.”
  • The Biden administration stands for more gun control.

Source: Washington Examiner

Ben Dutka
Ben S. Dutka is a journalist, writer and editor with over two decades of experience. He has worked with three newspapers and eight online publications, and he has also won a Connecticut short story contest entitled Art as Muse, Imaginary Realms. He has a penchant for writing, rowing, reading, video games, and Objectivism.
Ben S. Dutka is a journalist, writer and editor with over two decades of experience. He has worked with three newspapers and eight online publications, and he has also won a Connecticut short story contest entitled Art as Muse, Imaginary Realms. He has a penchant for writing, rowing, reading, video games, and Objectivism.
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