Booker: ‘Justice Has Taken Its Course’ on Hunter Biden Case

Booker: ‘Justice Has Taken Its Course’ on Hunter Biden Case

June 30, 2023

In an interview Friday on Who’s Talking to Chris Wallace, Sen. Cory “Spartacus” Booker (D-NJ) said that “you see a two-tiered system” of justice in America between the powerful and regular people and he has “a lot of suspicion” about the justice system, but he believes “justice has taken its course” in the Hunter Biden case.

Asked if Hunter Biden got off easy, Booker responded, “Look, you’re talking to a guy who has seen the worst of the criminal justice system in America, where you see a two-tiered system. If you are a congressperson, a senator, or a president, you can admit to using marijuana, but we are a nation that has been arresting young, low-income, black and brown people, literally thousands in America who can’t get jobs for doing things that four, at least — or a few, at least former presidents have admitted to doing. So, I’m a person that has a lot of suspicion about a justice system that I think is still working its way to be justice for all. So, I don’t know the particulars of this case. I have not followed the details. I imagine that there were prosecutors — a Trump-appointed prosecutor, who, like many prosecutors, are going after it with vigor, and they came to a plea deal, and, as far as I’m concerned, in the work that I have to do, I think justice has taken its course.”

There is a two-tiered justice system in the United States: one for Democrats and one for other Americans. But Booker predictably stated that he doesn’t think that’s the case and that There’s Nothing to See Here in the Hunter Biden case.

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