In the run-up to the 2020 election, then-President Donald Trump seemed to be fairly certain that he would be facing Joe Biden in that contest. So sure, in fact, that Trump took the extraordinary step to bring some of Biden’s family into the political discussion, which is one of those maneuvers that you can’t really walk back later on.
Of the other Biden’s who were targeted, Hunter Biden was a topic of debate for quite some time, thanks to his previously wild behavior.
Hunter had not only somehow, (maybe nepotism), wound up on the board of directors of a Ukrainian natural gas company without any relevant experience whatsoever, but also carried with him a long history of drug abuse.
Then, when a strange story about one of Hunter Biden’s laptops began circulating online, Trump seized on the moment to gin up doubts about the clean cut image of the Biden family.
Now there are reports of a 2018 incident in which Hunter Biden’s handgun ended up in a trash can outside of a grocery store.
Police responded to a 2018 incident in which a gun owned by Hunter Biden, the son of President Biden, was thrown in a trash can outside of a market in Delaware, sources tell Fox News.
The story was first reported by The Blaze last year and then again by Politico on Thursday.
A source with knowledge of the Oct. 23, 2018 police report told Fox News that it indicated that Hallie Biden, the widow of President Biden’s late son Beau, who was in a relationship with Hunter at the time, threw a gun owned by Hunter in a dumpster behind a market that is near a school.
The story seems to perpetuate a stereotype of behavior from Hunter Biden that isn’t all that becoming of the First Family.