One phone call about Hunter Biden is about to doom his father’s Presidency

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It’s getting harder and harder for Democrats to deny that something fishy is going on with the sweetheart plea deal Joe Biden’s Justice Department gave Hunter.

But now all hell is about to break loose.

And that’s because one phone call about Hunter Biden is about to doom his father’s Presidency.

On the day before Delaware U.S. District Judge Maryellen Noreika was to preside over Hunter Biden’s plea agreement and deliver his sentence – which was supposed to be no jail time – chaos erupted.

That’s because a lawyer at the firm representing Hunter Biden allegedly called the Clerk of the Court and pretended to be a Republican attorney working for the House Ways and Means Committee in an attempt to convince them to remove an amicus brief filed by the Committee containing the bombshell testimony from IRS whistleblowers Gary Shapley and Joseph Ziegler.

In a letter to Judge Noreika, Ways and Means Committee lawyer Theodore Kittila detailed the attempt to defraud the Court.

“[A]t approximately 1:30 p.m., we received word that our filing was removed from the docket,” Kittila said. “We promptly contacted the Clerk’s office, and we were advised that someone contacted the Court representing that they worked with my office [emphasis original] and that they were asking the Court to remove this from the docket. We immediately advised that this was inaccurate. The Clerk’s Office responded that we would need to re-file. We have done so now,” the letter read.

Kittila also included an email exchange between Court officials and Hunter Biden’s lawyers.

“Hi Ted, Following up on our recent telephone conversation, the woman who called was Jessica Bengels. She said she worked with Theodore Kittila and it was important the document was removed immediately or they could file a motion to seal. I do deeply apologize for all the confusion on our part,” the letter added.

Jessica Bengels is director of litigation services at the New York-based law firm of Latham & Watkins, the firm that employs Hunter Biden’s lawyer.

Hunter Biden’s lawyers tried to claim that the entire episode was a misunderstanding.

“As far as I am aware, the managing attorney from Latham called the Clerk’s Office to note that personal tax information of the defendant had been filed in a non reacted [sic] manner and to inquire regarding having the information sealed, as we told you we would and as you said you understood,” Hunter Biden’s lawyer Chris Clark wrote. “As far as I am aware, the Clerk took the filing down on their own accord. Your attempts to publicly file my client’s personal financial information with no protection ls [sic] are improper, illegal and in violation of applicable rules … We will seek all appropriate sanctions in response to your actions.”

Kittila was not buying it and informed Clark that the Judge would be notified.

“You should probably take a step back from your statements,” Kittila wrote. “The clerk’s office advised that it was represented to her that the request was being made by my firm. We will be advising Judge Noreika of this improper conduct.”

Critics contend that the coverup to protect Hunter Biden – and by extension, Joe Biden – continues to this day.

And the Biden team is desperate to make sure that Hunter’s plea deal goes through because it will likely end the investigation into the President.

Patriot Political will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.