Judicial Watch: Secret Service Official: ‘Maybe We Were Asked For a Favor?’ in Investigation of Hunter Biden’s Gun After Agency Played Cleanup Crew
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Judicial Watch on Friday announced it received hundreds of pages from the US Secret Service related to the investigation into Hunter Biden’s gun.
On October 23, 2018, Joe Biden’s crackhead son Hunter and daughter-in-law Hallie were involved in yet another brush with the law, this time the incident involved a gun.
Recall, Hunter Biden began “dating” his dead brother’s widow Hallie in 2018.
In October of 2018, Hallie took Hunter Biden’s handgun from his truck without his knowledge and threw it into a trash can behind Janssen’s Market, a Delaware grocery store – the gun went missing and no arrests were made.
In fact, the Secret Service inserted itself into the case and worked as the cleanup crew to protect the corrupt Biden family.
Hunter Biden went back to the grocery store to retrieve the gun after Hallie told him what she did, but the gun was no where to be found.
Delaware police began investigating and searching for the gun because it was left in a trash can across the street from a high school.
A few hours later, and still no gun, police let both Hallie and Hunter leave the scene with no arrests.
At the same time, Secret Service agents questioned the store owner where Hunter bought the gun and asked for the paperwork involving the sale – the gun store owner suspected the Secret Service agents were working to hide Hunter’s ownership of the firearm so he refused to hand over the paperwork.
The gun store owner handed Hunter’s paperwork over to the ATF instead.
A few days after the gun went missing, it was returned by a man who routinely rummages through trash cans looking for recyclables.
This story was first reported by The Blaze in October, 2020.
Politico obtained copies of the Firearms Transaction Record and a receipt for the gun dated October 12, 2018 – and Hunter Biden lied on the form, which is a felony.
Judicial Watched obtained Secret Service records related to the investigation into Hunter Biden’s gun.
Secret Service officials were wondering why the agency was involved in the Hunter Biden gun cleanup if the Bidens no longer received USSS protection at the time – “Maybe we were asked for a favor?” one SS official said.
Judicial Watch reported:
Judicial Watch announced today that it received 487 pages of records from the United States Secret Service (USSS) related to the investigation of Hunter Biden’s gun, reportedly disposed of in a dumpster in Delaware in October 2018. The records show agency officials discussing media reports of its alleged involvement with one finding it “odd” that the Secret Service was involved in the investigation when Joe and Hunter Biden were not receiving Secret Service protection at the time. Another official responds: “Maybe we were asked for a favor?”
The records show the agency alerted the Biden White House and crafted a public statement insisting it had “no involvement in this alleged incident” and refusing to provide any additional clarification to media inquiries.
Judicial Watch is investigating whether and how the Secret Service intervened for Hunter Biden in an incident involving a gun allegedly owned by him. In September 2022, Judicial Watch filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit for records or communications about the reported purchase, possession, and disposal of a firearm owned by Hunter Biden found in a Delaware dumpster in October 2018 (Judicial Watch, Inc. v. U.S. Department of Homeland Security (No. 1:22-cv-02841)).
Judicial Watch reported in December 2022 that the Secret Service repeatedly changed its position about whether it is in possession of records related to the investigation of Hunter Biden’s gun.
On October 29, 2020, a person whose name is redacted emails a Secret Service official in the “PID” (Protective Intelligence and Assessment Division) with a link to a Blaze article published earlier that day, reporting that Hallie Biden had taken a handgun owned by Hunter Biden in October 2018 and thrown it into a supermarket trash bin. The official then forwards the article to another official in the PID.
An official whose name is redacted later comments in this chain: “Oh dear…”
After being forwarded the same Blaze article, an unidentified Protective Intelligence Research Specialist responds to his colleagues: “It’s kind of odd that we were involved in the missing gun investigation when neither Hunter or Joe were even receiving USSS [Secret Service] protection at the time? Hmmm.” Another official replies: “Maybe we were asked for a favor?”
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