Hunter allegedly accused Hallie of making him look like an “abusive pedophile with homicidal tendencies” and asked her, “Do you want me dead?”
Hunter Biden reportedly raged at Hallie Biden, his sister-in-law-turned-lover for throwing his gun in a trash can in 2018. Hunter allegedly accused Hallie of making him look like an “abusive pedophile with homicidal tendencies” and asked her “Do you want me dead?” “I’ll never recover,” Hunter had said.
“Beau owned a state-issued handgun and one I had[t] was in the front glove compartment of his car. So damn it… What the hell right do you have Hallie,” Hunter said in a text message to Hallie dated Oct. 23, 2018, just hours after she threw away his gun, according to the Washington Examiner. “There are 5 guns in the father’s house. There’s more bloody guns in your son’s room than in an armory.”
Addressing Hallie’s claim that she was afraid Hunter would “use” the gun, he said, “To do what Hallie is doing.” “You think you’re afraid I’d shoot you,” Hunter said and called her a “f—ing a—hole.” “They now have me as an abusive pedophile with homicidal tendencies. And that is now in the hands of the FBI.”
Politico reported in March last year that an investigation was launched by the Delaware State Police and the FBI after Hunter’s gun was removed from the trash can. Hallie had reportedly reported the store missing herself. The gun was later found after a man who had been searching the trash for recyclables returned it. No arrests were made and no charges were brought in connection with the incident.
Before the gun was found, Secret Service agents reportedly contacted the owner of the store where Hunter bought the gun. The owner refused to turn over any sales documentation, but eventually turned the documents over to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.
In another text, Hunter told Hallie: “It’s hard to believe someone is that stupid… so what’s my fault here Hallie you’re talking about? Possessing a gun hidden in a locked car hidden on another lot. do you want me dead Hallie defended her actions, saying: “I just want you to be safe. It wasn’t safe.” She added that the car she found the gun in was “open and unlocked with the windows down and the kids were searching your car.”
After Hallie Hunter first said she’d gotten rid of the gun, an irate Hunter called her “insane” and “completely irresponsible and off the rails.” I’m the one who gets in trouble. Check in with a local rehab hunter, this all needs to stop. In a second text, she said, “The police are coming to speak to me now. I take all the blame.”
The New York Post recovered texts from the laptop that revealed how Hunter publicly made conflicting statements about the Secret Service not being involved in the incident. “She stole the gun from my trunk lock and threw it in a bin filled to the brim at Jansen’s [sic]. Then he told me it was my problem to deal with,” Hunter said in January 2019. “Then when the police, the FBI and the Secret Service [sic] When she showed up, she said she took it from me because she was afraid I might harm myself because of my drug and alcohol problem and our volatile relationship, and she was afraid for the kids.”
In a letter to Sens Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) and Ron Johnson (R-Wis.), who are investigating the Secret Service’s role in the case, the agency said, “The Secret Service has not provided protection to any member of the Biden family in 2018. Additionally, searches of records regarding the reported involvement of Secret Service personnel in the alleged incident have yielded no results.”
The text exchange between Hallie and Hunter was found on a copy of the laptop hard drive that Hunter Biden had left at a computer repair shop in Wilmington. It was reportedly restored using a password-protected backup of his iPhone XS.
Meanwhile, in a recent incident, a leaked video showed Hunter Biden with a naked sex worker and an illegal gun in a hotel room. This came just days after Biden asked Congress to pass new gun control measures. In a prime-time televised address last week, the President said that “the Second Amendment, like all other rights, is not absolute.”