Delaware GOP Chair, Julianne Murray, recently spoke with The Gateway Pundit about the ongoing Hunter Biden case and the upcoming court date in Delaware. During the interview, Murray revealed her plans to file an Amicus Brief with the Delaware Court on Monday.
Murray explained that the trigger for filing the brief was the conflicting statements made by David Weiss, the Attorney General, and the recently released details of the plea. She expressed concern that these statements and the testimony of IRS whistleblowers seemed misleading or inconsistent. Murray felt it was crucial for the judge and court to be aware of these developments in the case, hence her decision to file the Amicus Brief.
Following Murray’s filing, the House Oversight Committee also submitted a brief that included new allegations of criminal activity involving Joe and Hunter Biden. These allegations came to light through testimony and recently released documents from the previous week.
However, in response to the Amicus briefs, Hunter Biden’s lawyer, Jessica Bengels, attempted to remove them from the case. Bengels allegedly called the court, posing as an employee of the Oversight Republicans, in an unethical effort to remove the briefs. Fortunately, the impersonation was discovered, highlighting the lawlessness of Hunter Biden’s legal representation.
On the day of the Hunter Biden hearing, Murray attended the proceedings and later shared her experience with The Gateway Pundit. Murray expressed satisfaction in having made a difference in the case and explained her plan to intervene if there were any attempts to seal the proceedings or documents. She emphasized that judicial documents should be accessible to the public and was prepared to address the matter at the podium if necessary.
Murray took the initiative to approach the Clerk of the Court beforehand to inform them of her intentions and ensure they were not caught off guard. She believed that the judge’s awareness of the situation contributed to the proceedings and the information that was read into the record.
In conclusion, Murray affirmed her intention to stay engaged in the Hunter Biden case as it progresses. She expressed her satisfaction with the proceedings thus far, as they seemed to uphold the principles of law and order.
To listen to the complete interview with Julianne Murray, please click on the audio player below.