Hunter Biden, the charge-laden son of our nation’s leader, brazenly rubbed shoulders with high-level politicians and public figures at an lavish state dinner on Thursday. This, after the after got slapped with two paltry federal misdemeanor charges for his arrogant refusal to pay up his federal income tax.

Who else graced this swanky affair at the White House, you ask? Why, none other than the commander-in-chief of the Justice Department, Attorney General Merrick Garland. All dolled up for a gala held to honor Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Is it just me, or does something smell fishy?

Hunter Biden, son of US President Joe Biden, and his wife, Melissa Cohen, right, arrive for a state dinner for Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi hosted by President Biden and first lady Jill Biden at the White House in Washington, D.C., Thursday, June 22, 2023. (Al Drago/Bloomberg via Getty Images)

Hunter Biden was more than ready to throw in the towel and plead guilty to the tax charges. Not to mention, he’s signing up for a pretrial diversion agreement for another dirty deed – possessing a firearm as an unlawful user or addict to a controlled substance, so his lawyers claim.

But just a few hours before Hunter arrived at the dinner, House Republicans may have revealed even worse offenses. They released the testimonies of two IRS whistleblowers claiming the trifecta of the Department of Justice, FBI, and IRS played foul in the Biden investigation.

To add insult to injury, one whistleblower, IRS Criminal Supervisory Special Agent Gary Shapley Jr., spilled the beans, stating that Assistant United States Attorney in Delaware, Lesley Wolf, told him the ‘optics’ – oh yes, just the ‘optics’ – determined whether they’d storm President Biden’s Delaware home with a search warrant concerning the Hunter Biden probe.

Garland has since been under a relentless barrage of queries about Hunter Biden’s kiddie gloves treatment and the glaring absence of any jail time. This surely isn’t the end of this story.

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