Duncan Hunter Deserves Worse Than Prison
U.S. Representative Duncan Hunter is as dirty and morally bankrupt as they come. He’s failed as a Congressman, a husband, and now as a father.
According to the Grand Jury Indictment, forty-seven pages long, Duncan along with his wife, Margaret, have more than two hundred illegal transactions with Hunter’s campaign account.
In defense of himself, Hunter is using multiple whacked out conspiracy theories. For one, if you are a Republican, you have to go with the “witch hunt” and “deep state” conspiracy. Without it, you aren’t Republican. I like to call the GOP the “Group of Psychopaths.”
Of course, the deep state prosecutor from the U.S. Attorney’s Office is a Trump appointee. Apparently, Deep State Headquarters didn’t call the San Diego Deep State Field Office about this.
Since his public defense of the charges are pure garbage and won’t fly in court, not even the People’s Court, Hunter does need a backup defense that could be used in court, although only a jury of twelve members from Q-Anon would believe any of this nonsense.
What’s Hunter’s defense now? It’s not him who did the wrong- it was his wife. Yeah, the mother of his children.
Mind you, Hunter and Margaret appeared in court separately, did not sit next to each other in the courtroom, and are using different criminal defense attorneys. It’s obvious they will be pointing the finger at each other, even though the U.S. Attorney’s Office has been clear that they conspired together, not to mention he was repeatedly warned by his staff that their actions were in violation of campaign laws.
Way to go Hunter, you just screwed up your children’s life forever. Oh, and get this, in an interview with Fox News, Hunter actually had the cojones to say that his income of $174,000 paid for by tax payers isn’t enough. What is that now, his fourth defense? And trust me on this, as real as PTSD (Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder) is, that’s his next defense. Let’s throw everything at the wall and see what sticks.
Hunter did try to elaborate his statement by insulting the state of Kansas and Missouri and saying that’s enough money to live in those states, but not his district.
I’m pretty sure when he ran for office and won, he knew his salary ahead of time, not to mention all this was voluntarily.
I’m sure the GOP will lose that district as well because nothing pisses off taxpayers more than saying $174,000 of their money isn’t enough to pay bills with.
I wonder who paid for the thirty tequila shots? Here’s a hint- taxpayers!
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