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Greg Kelly: Hunter claims he owns the house where the docs were found

Greg Kelly reacts to a third round of President Joe Biden’s classified documents found, this time, in the garage of his home next his Corvette. Kelly digs deep and finds that the home may be Hunter Biden’s, as Hunter said he owned the home in a background check to buy a gun. This and more on NEWSMAX’s “Greg Kelly Reports.”

13 Comments on Greg Kelly: Hunter claims he owns the house where the docs were found

  1. Parcel # 0702900052 in New Castle County, Delaware, at 1209 Barley Mill Rd., Wilmington, DE 19807-2225, was purchased by Joseph R. Biden Jr. and Jill Biden on March 18, 1996 and has NOT changed ownership since.

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  2. I’ve got a theory.

    Since Biden “won” the oval office with the most votes ever, and with the media on “11” for him and all his accomplishments since he’s taken office, it wouldn’t make sense if a Democrat competitor beat him at the ballot box (ballot drop box, Sprinter van, graveyard, etc.). That’s not how the Democrats roll. They haven’t had a one term president since Jimmy Carter, and of all the one term presidents, the Democrats have had only two before Carter — Grover Cleveland and Martin Van Buren.

    Of the 12 presidents who have served only one term (if you count LBJ, who served 6 years), only 3 have been Democrats.

    Going back to Carter:

    “…Tuesday, November 4, 1980. Republican nominee Ronald Reagan defeated incumbent Democratic President Jimmy Carter in a landslide victory. This was the second successive election in which the incumbent president was defeated, after Carter himself defeated Gerald Ford four years earlier in 1976, marking only the second time in American history that this occurred, after 1892. Additionally, it was only the third time an incumbent Democrat lost re-election, and only the second (and last) time a Republican has defeated an incumbent Democrat. Additionally, this was only the second time in history that an incumbent Democrat lost the popular vote, after 1840, and the only time it occurred against a Republican.”
    (taken from Wikipedia, but it checks out).

    How are the Democrats to justify an extremely rare occurrence of an incumbent Democrat president losing the popular and electoral vote, let alone right on the heels of having won the largest number of popular votes in U.S. history? That’s a problem. Even in our current culture of Democrat “Idiocracy”, someone is bound to take their shoes and socks off and start doing the math.

    The way I see it, the only way for them to get rid of Biden is to take him out in a controlled manner that lays all the blame at his (garage) door, and does not raise doubts or implicate other Democrats. And Biden’s crimes have to be something he did, secretly, back when he was veep, not candidate, Biden.

    But what do I know?

  3. …of all the years Hillary Clinton decided to sit out a presidential run, 2020 would have been her last best hope. To say we dodged a bullet is an understatement. And I don’t think any amount of pressure from the DNC would have dissuaded her if she’d put the bit (back) in her mouth in 2020.

  4. Isn’t it a crime to perjure yourself on the form to buy a gun?
    Seems I recall people getting into trouble over that – even arrested and jailed – unless they were tied into that Eric Holder bullshit down on the border.

    So, maybe Hunter was doing some kind of “special op” for the gov’t?

    mortem tyrannis
    izlamo delenda est …

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  6. @AbigailAdams — Yep, I’m picking nits, but technically Grover Cleveland was a two-term president, it’s just that the two terms weren’t consecutive. He was, of course, an incumbent who failed to be re-elected, so this does not detract in an way from your thoughtful observations and analysis.

  7. @ AbigailAdams JANUARY 15, 2023 AT 4:39 AM

    Trivia point about Ford’s “one term”.

    He was eligible to serve two more terms. His partial term didn’t count towards the limit.

    Personal trivia: I was 19 when Carter was elected. I started paying more attention to politics at that time and realized the media was doing it’s socialist slant thing even back then – just more subtly. He made me realize what a bad idea it clearly is to vote for Democrats. I’ve only seen more proof of that ever since.

  8. Why do ‘they’ keep saying bidenhistime has cooperated in turning over the classified papers??

    WEEKEND AT BIDEN’S, is a great example of how much he can cooperate on ANYTHING!

    Prop him up, Instant Cooperation.

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