Hunter Biden’s lawyer, Abbe Lowell, fresh from their legal pièce de résistance with the sweetheart deal procured with the blessing of the Hunter’s father Department of Justice has elected to write a cease-and-desist letter to former president Donald Trump asking him to stop criticizing the Biden family with what Lowell deems is false and defamatory statements as per Just the News. Lowell began the letter by saying that such statements “are both defamatory and likely to incite Mr. Trump’s followers to take actions against Mr. Biden and which could lead to his or his family’s injury.”
Breaking: Hunter Biden's attorneys have just sent Donald Trump a cease-and-desist letter.
It partially reads as follows:
“As you know, Winston & Strawn represents, and I am writing on behalf of our client, Hunter Biden. I am sending this letter to make a demand that your… pic.twitter.com/4g05sq1nOr
— Ed Krassenstein (@EdKrassen) July 14, 2023
He then added a snarky comment about how “Mr. Trump is currently facing enough legal problems that he would not want to create any more liability for saying and doing things that could result in harm and injury, and because it appears you have enough to do in defending your client in various arenas now and yet to come than to have to deal with one more legal issue and case.”
One of the issues that Lowell takes umbrage over is Trump’s claim that Hunter Biden was one who carelessly left a bag of cocaine in the White House. Lowell tries to debunk this by writing “The Biden family was not at the White House (let alone the vestibule) in the period when the cocaine was found.” This presupposes that whoever left the cocaine there was still there when the cocaine was found. To use a hypothetical, using Lowell’s logic, the fact that a murderer was not on the case at the time of their victim’s body discovery is evidence enough to dismiss any doubt over that person being a murderer.
Lowell also in the letter piled on more snark when he observed the dual system of justice at play. He wrote “You know, if Mr. Trump does not, that Biden has neither committed nor been accused of the charges your client is claiming (e.g. the mishandling or even having access to classified information)…let’s be clear: it was Mr. Trump, not Mr. Biden, who allegedly illegally shared classified documents with others.”
The fact that classified marked materials were found at Joe Biden’s home in his garage, his office at the Penn Biden Center, and that some of these materials were from his senate days when he was not entitled to take said documents from their secured storage places does not seem to dawn on Hunter’s lawyer. Nor does it dawn on the lawyer that Trump arguably has a much better legal claim over having such documents than Joe Biden does.
The letter ends with Lowell saying that Trump’s attorneys need not respond to the letter but that Lowell hopes that “I hope you will speak with Mr. Trump privately and explain to him how his incitement can further hurt people and cause himself even more legal trouble.”