Judge Denies Hunter Biden's Request for Virtual Court Appearance

 September 21, 2023

In a recent development that underscores the importance of equal treatment under the law, a Delaware judge has denied Hunter Biden's request to appear virtually for his October 3 arraignment on felony firearm charges.

The judge's decision is a pivotal moment that resonates with the principles of justice and fairness, ensuring that no one, not even the son of the President, receives special treatment in legal proceedings.

The Judge's Rationale

The judge's decision was grounded in the belief that "any other defendant would be required to attend his or her initial appearance in person." This ruling is a testament to the judge's commitment to upholding the law without bias.

Hunter Biden had planned to plead not guilty to three gun charges that could result in up to 25 years in prison and a $750,000 fine. However, the judge's order made it clear that Hunter Biden "should not receive special treatment in this matter."

The Charges and Legal Proceedings

Special Counsel David Weiss, who had previously offered Hunter Biden a plea deal that fell apart under judicial scrutiny, argued for an in-person appearance. Hunter Biden faces one count of false statement in the purchase of a firearm, one count of possession of a firearm by an unlawful user of a controlled substance, and one count of false statement related to federal firearms licensing. The upcoming arraignment could result in Hunter Biden's second mugshot, as federal authorities reportedly captured his first one in July.


The judge's decision to deny Hunter Biden's request for a virtual appearance is a significant moment that emphasizes the importance of equal treatment under the law. It serves as a reminder that justice should be blind to social status or political affiliation. This ruling is a triumph for the principles that patriotic conservatives hold dear: fairness, justice, and the rule of law.

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