Hunter Biden is on his way to jail according to this bombshell report

The last thing Joe wanted was for his son to end up in prison. But that’s right where he’s headed.

And Hunter Biden is on his way to jail according to this bombshell report.

It’s been many long years since we found out all of the sordid details of Hunter Biden’s escapades.

Everything from firearms charges to driving recklessly while smoking crack.

Now the house of cards is coming tumbling down, and Joe Biden is worried sick.

According to a story, President Biden has told his closest advisers that he is concerned that his son, Hunter Biden, may wind up in prison after purchasing a firearm while supposedly addicted to crack cocaine.

Aides to the 81-year-old president are concerned that as the start date for Hunter’s felony gun trial on June 3 approaches, the commander-in-chief’s concerns about his troubled son will only deepen.

“He worries about Hunter every single day, from the moment he wakes up to the moment he goes to sleep,” a Biden adviser told Politico.

“That will only pick up during a trial.”

According to the publication, the president has “expressed fears” to at least three aides about Hunter’s probable prison sentence if he is convicted in the Delaware gun case, which was filed by Joe Biden’s own Justice Department.

The president’s concerns about his son “will only surface during a trial,” according to a Joe Biden adviser.

Joe Biden is likely to monitor some of the media coverage of Hunter’s trial and keep in touch with his son on a daily basis – via phone conversations and text messages – as the judicial processes progress, according to his aides.

The White House, on the other hand, will not set up a “war room” to respond to the events of the day in Delaware, leaving it to Hunter’s attorney, Abbe Lowell, to defend the first son in court and in the media.

Hunter has pleaded not guilty to three felony charges filed by special counsel David Weiss in connection with his October 2018 purchase of a Colt Cobra revolver, including two counts of making false statements and one count of firearm possession by an illicit substance abuser.

Hunter’s legal team’s efforts to dismiss the case and delay the start of the trial have thus far been rejected by U.S. District Judge Maryellen Noreika and the U.S. Third Circuit Court of Appeals.

If convicted, the offenses carry a maximum penalty of 25 years in jail.

Hunter is also facing nine counts of tax fraud brought against him in Southern California by Weiss’ team of prosecutors.

He pled not guilty to all allegations in the case, which is set to go to trial on June 20.

Stay tuned to the DC Daily Journal.

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