Colorado Democrats have been in a fitful state of denial since Dear Leader’s son was found guilty of breaking one of their priority gun laws that progressives claim keeps guns from killing people.

Kyle Clark of 9News didn’t rush to a microphone to call Hunter Biden a “convicted felon” as he did Donald Trump, and not just because that phrase is redundant.

U.S. Rep. Jason Crow took to X to remind voters to be afraid of Trump, with video of himself ducked behind a row of women in the House gallery to hide from unarmed angry protesters on Jan. 6.

Freshman lawmaker Yadira Caraveo, who faces a tough reelection campaign, put on her big girl hypocrite pants and complained about gun crimes without acknowledging the court system worked when used to keep guns out of the hands of dangerous people, like drug addicts.

Here’s a commonsense solution — prosecute violent criminals and stop electing Soros-backed prosecutors.

Meanwhile, U.S. Rep. Diana DeGette took the somber occasion of Biden’s felony convictions to remind her boomer base that nothing matters more than the medical community’s right to perform one million abortions annually in the U.S.

Remember when DeGette insisted that no one is above the law when Trump was convicted of paying blackmail to a hooker to keep her from wrecking his marriage?

Turns out Hunter Biden will be the exception.

The Hill and other media outlets are reporting the White House is changing Joe Biden’s tune about Hunter serving time in jail.

Biden said he would not “pardon” Hunter for his crime, but he never said he wouldn’t commute the sentence, so his son could avoid jail altogether.

From The Hill:

But when asked about commuting a sentence, White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre dodged the question and leaned on Biden’s response to ABC last week that he won’t pardon his son.


“I haven’t spoken to the president about this since the verdict came out and as we all know, the sentencing hasn’t even been scheduled yet,” she said about a commutation.


“He was asked about a pardon, he was asked about the trial specifically and he answered it very clearly, very forthright. As we know, the sentencing hasn’t even been scheduled yet. I don’t have anything beyond what the president said. He’s been very clear about this,” she added.

To no one’s surprise, the only member of Colorado’s congressional delegation to acknowledge the verdict, is the only congressional Republican who is running for reelection … in a different congressional district.

State GOP Chairman Dave Williams didn’t comment on the conviction, and there was no official statement from the state party.

While the mainstream media is rushing to Biden’s defense, buried in the rubble pile, we found this in Politico:

House Oversight Chair James Comer is urging the Justice Department to launch a sweeping investigation into the Biden family in the wake of Hunter Biden being found guilty on three felony gun charges.


“Today’s verdict is a step toward accountability but until the Department of Justice investigates everyone involved in the Bidens’ corrupt influence peddling schemes that generated over $18 million in foreign payments to the Biden family, it will be clear department officials continue to cover for the Big Guy, Joe Biden,” Comer (R-Ky.) said in a statement after the verdict.

While Democrats are pretending Biden’s felony convictions didn’t happen, Republicans would do well to remember the more serious allegations of corruption against President Biden have yet to be answered for.