BOMBSHELL: Hunter Biden, Cocaine, and the Gun

Hunter and Joe Biden

( – Shocking information has emerged regarding Hunter Biden and his alleged drug use at the same time as a firearm purchase back in October 2018.

The Department of Justice (DOJ) recently disclosed a ten-page court filing showcasing various images and text messages obtained from Hunter Biden’s iPhone.

According to the DOJ’s exhibit of evidence, Hunter Biden captured multiple photos of cocaine and drug paraphernalia on his phone in April, November, and December 2018, just before and after his firearm purchase on October 12, 2018. These images paint a troubling picture of drug-related activities.

The court filing states, “Prior to October 12, 2018 (the date of the gun purchase), the defendant took photos of crack cocaine and drug paraphernalia on his phone.” Furthermore, it reveals that Hunter Biden frequently exchanged messages about purchasing drugs prior to his gun acquisition.

In addition to the photographs, the newly revealed text messages shed further light on Hunter Biden’s drug use. On October 13 and 14, 2018, he messaged his girlfriend about meeting a drug dealer and smoking crack. Interestingly, his sister-in-law-turned-girlfriend, Hallie Biden, disposed of the firearm approximately eleven days after his purchase on October 23, 2018.

Throughout November and December 2018, Hunter Biden acknowledged his addiction to his then-girlfriend and two other individuals. In a text message on December 28, 2018, he stated, “I’ll [fing] get sober when I want to get [fing] sober.” This admission contradicts his claim on the background-check form that he was not addicted to drugs at the time of the firearm purchase.

In October 2023 Hunter Biden pleaded not guilty to three federal gun charges nearly a month after his indictment. Before this his plea deal with prosecutors had fallen through due to questioning by the judge about the agreement. Had the deal gone through Hunter Biden would have pleaded guilty to misdemeanor tax charges resulting in the dismissal of the gun charges.