Bro-choicer Hunter Biden dismissed from Navy tight with Abortion Lobby Group
The news media is all a-buzz that Hunter Biden has been dismissed from the Navy after reports that he used cocaine.
Apparently this occurred months ago and no one in the media was aware until now. Funny how that happened that way?
Hunter Biden, the vice-president’s youngest son was also tight with the abortion lobby group NARAL.
Navy spokesman Cmd. Ryan Perry tells NPR’s Tom Bowman:
“Ensign Hunter Biden was selected for commission through the Direct Commission Officer Program in 2012. In May, 2013 he was assigned to the Navy Public Supports Element East in Norfolk, Virginia. He was discharged from the Navy Reserve in February, 2014. Like other junior officers, the details of Ensign Biden’s discharge are not releasable under the Privacy Act.”
The Wall Street Journal reported Thursday that Biden was discharged after failing a drug test in June 2013.
He applied for a commission into the reserve as a public affairs officer at age 42. Because of his age, Biden needed a waiver to apply. The Journal reported he needed a second waiver because of a drug-related charge when he was younger, a request that is not unusual.
According to the Washington Post, the Navy declined to confirm that Biden tested positive for cocaine use.
Only a few month’s after he was accepted into the Navy, Hunter Biden attended the inaugural of NARAL Pro-choice America’s, “Men for Choice and the Women Who Love Them” fundraiser, according to their guest list. NARAL is the the lobbying group for abortion rights.
NARAL listed him as part of their HOST COMMITTEE for the September 2013 event.
In a statement released by his attorney, Biden said he respected the Navy’s decision and was moving forward with his family’s love and support. He did not give a reason for his discharge.
“It was the honor of my life to serve in the U.S. Navy,” Biden said. “I deeply regret and am embarrassed that my actions led to my administrative discharge.”
The vice president’s office declined to comment. Hunter Biden’s attorney didn’t respond to inquiries about whether Biden had used cocaine, according to One News Now.
Hunter Biden is Vice President Joe Biden’s second son, and stepson to Joe Biden’s wife Jill Biden. He is a licensed attorney and managing partner at Rosemont Seneca Partners, LLC.
Just like the discharge, I doubt that the media will be quick to report Hunter’s connection to abortion and their lobby efforts.
However, at the time NARAL recruited Hunter Biden for their Men for Choice campaign, pro-life leader Mark Crutcher, president of Life Dynamics, Inc., pointed out that that polls have consistently shown that men have always been abortion’s strongest supporters.
He went on to state, “What abortion is, is a safety net for sexually predatory and sexually irresponsible males. It gives these guys a way to avoid any commitments to the women whose bodies they use or any responsibility for the children they father. Not only that, but the woman are the ones who take all the risks associated with the operation.”
Watch his statement here:
Read Crutcher’s Under the Radar report here.