In a recent video that was posted on a 4chan thread, you can see Hunter Biden with a dirt prostitute weighing out crack rock on a scale.
Laws were passed in the 1990's to stop the trafficking of crack cocaine and powdered form cocaine. The law states "A person convicted in federal court of possession of 5 grams of crack automatically receives a 5-year prison term."
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Of course, Hunter Biden is exempt from this law because he has connections in high places and can pretty much get away with murder if he wanted to.
In the video, Hunter is seen weighing over 20 grams of crack cocaine with a prostitute in a filthy apartment. According to the law, Hunter should be sentenced automatically to a minimum of 20+ years in prison. Obviously, this law only applies to poor black and white people that were caught and jailed under a bill that his father championed.
I know some will say that he was never actually caught with the crack in his possession so he shouldn't be sentenced. Well, they would be wrong there as well. For one, he is on video showing his face with the crack, they can charge him for possession because they can prove that he possessed it. Also, there is a law that prohibits possession of any illegal drug even if you swallow or smoke it, the law is usually referred to as "possession by consumption." This is a law that Hunter could be charged with as well. We all know he smoked it so he could be charged under that law as well.
While Hunter is enjoying his high nights with prostitutes, black, white and Hispanic men and women are having their lives ruined over simple possession of crack cocaine.
Here's the numbers: "Approximately 2/3 of crack users are white or Hispanic, yet the vast majority of persons convicted of possession in federal courts in 1994 were African American, according to the USSC. Defendants convicted of crack possession in 1994 were 84.5% black, 10.3% white, and 5.2% Hispanic. Trafficking offenders were 4.1% white, 88.3% black, and 7.1% Hispanic. Powder cocaine offenders were more racially mixed. Defendants convicted of simple possession of cocaine powder were 58% white, 26.7% black, and 15% Hispanic. The powder trafficking offenders were 32% white, 27.4% black, and 39.3% Hispanic. The result of the combined difference in sentencing laws and racial disparity is that black men and women are serving longer prison sentences than white men and women."