The article discusses Hunter Biden’s motion to dismiss three gun charges against him, arguing that he is a victim of “selective and vindictive prosecution” driven by political pressure. The motion also notes that the federal ban on gun possession by illegal drug users is constitutionally dubious, widely flouted, and rarely enforced. Hunter Biden’s lawyers claim that Section 922(g)(3) is unconstitutional and argue that it violates the separation of powers. They also highlight the disparity in prosecutions under Section 922(g)(3), noting that it covers millions of gun owners who use substances controlled under federal law, yet the Justice Department almost never prosecutes people under that provision. The article also mentions that both Daniels and Hunter Biden were unlucky that their gun possession and illegal drug use came to official attention. Additionally, the article discusses the escalation of charges against Hunter Biden and questions the justice of any prison term for his gun offenses.