Kari Lake hilariously roasted Joe Biden on Thursday after the hearing on UFOs and Aliens was thrown in to distract from the “Biden crime family” news.
“As Hunter Biden’s plea deal falls apart, the federal government is like, ‘look over here,’ and they’re starting to talk about UFOs and extraterrestrials,” Lake said.
“If aliens ever do come to this planet, I hope they are not brought to our “leader” because I really don’t want the first introduction they have to human beings to being this mumbling, bumbling, fool, diaper-wearing, child-sniffing lunatic,” Kari Lake added.
“I think it’s interesting; they are always trying to distract,” Lake continued.
“They’re trying to distract from the crimes committed by the Biden family.”
“I think those crimes go all the way up to treason, and I believe eventually the truth will get out about them.”
As CBC reported, the plea agreement between federal prosecutors and Hunter Biden fell apart Wednesday after the judge refused to sign off on a deal that would have seen the president’s son enter guilty pleas to two misdemeanor tax charges and enter a diversion program in lieu of pleading guilty to a felony gun possession count.
After the deal collapsed, Hunter Biden entered a not-guilty plea.
The judge, Maryellen Noreika, deferred the decision on the plea deal, saying, “You are telling me to rubber-stamp the agreement.” The parties have 14 days to brief her, and the ruling could now be delayed for weeks.
Earlier in the hearing, Noreika questioned Biden on topics ranging from his history of addiction to his foreign and domestic business ventures.
In a blue suit, white shirt, and a dark tie, Biden appeared visibly frustrated as Noreika deferred the agreement.
U.S. Attorney David Weiss was directly behind the prosecution team in the courtroom gallery. When Hunter Biden arrived, he shook hands with each prosecutor and waved to Weiss.
Soon after the hearing began, Noreika said she was confused by the deal’s diversion agreement, which called for Biden to remain drug-free without committing additional crimes to see the gun charge dismissed.