Hunter Biden’s Wife Torches Former Trump Aide at Trial

 June 5, 2024

The much-anticipated Hunter Biden gun trial started this week, and it is off to a great start.

Hunter's wife, Melissa Cohen Biden, was in attendance, and she lost it on a former Trump aide who was sitting in the back, attending the trial.

Talking Points…
- Hunter goes after Marco Polo
- Melissa Cohen Biden snaps during trial
- Analysis

Hunter Biden Sues Marco Polo

Former Trump aide Garrett Ziegler is the founder of a group called Marco Polo, which led the investigation into Hunter Biden's laptop, at least initially. Ziegler's group accessed the information from Hunter Biden's laptop that led to bombshell reports during the 2020 election cycle.

Eventually, Hunter Biden tried to sue Ziegler for illegally hacking his laptop and files. In the complaint, Biden claimed:

"Garrett Ziegler is a zealot who has waged a sustained, unhinged and obsessed campaign against Plaintiff and the entire Biden family for more than two years.

"While Defendant Ziegler is entitled to his extremist and counterfactual opinions, he has no right to engage in illegal activities to advance his right-wing agenda."

Ziegler attended Biden's trial this week as an observer, sitting in the back, not bothering anyone. He was there to see the fruits of his investigative work.

Melissa Cohen Biden Snaps During Trial

When Melissa entered the courtroom, she spotted Ziegler in the back of the room and immediately went after him. She told him:

"You have no right to be here, you Nazi piece of s---."

Actually, he has every right to be there whether she likes it or not. Ziegler would have been justified in coming back at her after that outburst, but he decided to be restrained and keep his cool. After the fact, Ziegler confirmed the encounter, stating:

"It's sad I've been sitting here the whole time and haven't approached anyone.

"For the record, I'm not a Nazi, I'm a believer in the U.S. Constitution. I haven't said one thing to them."

Marco Polo responded to the interaction on X, posting:

"The wife has the same level of impulse control as Hunter. To the family bringing decency back, anyone who is perceived as opposition is a Nazi.

"Truly contemptible liars & scoundrels. We don't respond in kind in the back of a courtroom, because we're gentlemen who do not berate women."


This interaction shows just how unhinged these people are and the entitlement they think they have. The bottom line here is that Hunter is the one who clearly broke the law. This case is about as open-and-shut as it can possibly be. The only reason the Marco Polo report existed was because Hunter decided to document his crack-smoking experiences, which included some rather risqué pictures with an illegally obtained handgun. If he is not found guilty, there is truly something broken in our justice system.

About Jerry McConway

Jerry McConway is an independent political author and investigator who lives in Dallas, Texas. He has spent years building a strong following of readers who know that he will write what he believes is true, even if it means criticizing politicians his followers support. His readers have come to expect his integrity.

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