In a slightly unexpected turn of events, a plea deal negotiated between Hunter Biden and the Justice Department was rejected due to questions of constitutionality.

District Judge Maryellen Noreika, a Trump appointee, ruled on the matter Wednesday morning.

Though many cited political bias and had called for the judge to reject the plea deal, the Western Journal noted that “nobody was more shocked than the team at ‘CNN New Central’” when it happened.

A CNN host said: “Someone made a bad mistake here. How could there be such a big miscommunication?!”

I cannot even begin to explain how the Justice Department walks into that courtroom without knowing exactly what the scope of immunity or coverage is for Hunter Biden.

I cannot even begin to understand how Hunter Biden’s lawyers walk him into that courthouse without knowing exactly what the constraints, what the limitations of that deal are!

The New York Post reported

 that Democrats are desperate to “move on” from Hunter’s scandals. A Monday headline read: “Media beg Republicans to ‘move on’ from Hunter Biden – because they know scandal is serious.”

The Post noted: “The media’s desire to ‘move on’ from the scandal is reaching an almost frantic level, as millions in foreign payments and dozens of corporate shell companies are revealed, and incriminating emails are released.”

The Post also reported that law professor and news commentator Jonathan Turley said that the plea deal with Hunter Biden, offered by the Department of Justice and accepted by a federal judge, was hoped to allow Democrats and their media allies to “declare the scandal closed and demand that we all ‘move on.’”

Amid calls to reject the high-stakes plea deal, Twitter users mocked how the decision seemed to surprise the CNN news team.

Judge Noreika’s decision leaves the future of the plea deal uncertain and Hunter Biden entering a not-guilty plea.

The investigation into accusations of money laundering, violations of foreign lobbying laws, nonpayment of taxes and excessive spending will continue.

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