…wouldn’t you know it, on Day One as president, Joe installed the law partner of Hunter’s defense lawyer to lead the Justice Department’s criminal division, the very division which is investigating his son and brother.
“The president is committed to ensuring we have the most ethically vigorous administration in history,” White House press secretary Jen Psaki told reporters at the start of the Biden presidency.
It’s a refrain we hear often from Biden and the White House, about just how honest and ethical he is.
But people who feel the need constantly to tell you how honest and ethical they are in life always turn out to be quite the opposite.
Joe told People a curious tale, which raised more doubts than confidence in his personal integrity: “I remember years ago an accountant said, ‘You know, you can charge part of the gas you use in the vehicle at your home.’ And I said ‘No’.
“Here’s how I look at it: The foul line is 15 feet away from the basket. Never get me closer than 17 feet, because it really is a matter of the public trust.”
There is no need to move his supposed ethical “foul line” two feet further away than everyone else’s, because the rules are utterly straightforward.
He was pretending, as he has his entire career, that he is more honest than the average Joe.
OJ- “Absolutely 100% not guilty.”
Because other people are 90% not guilty.