The man, dressed in a yellow and orange safety vest, carried a sign that read on one side, ‘Bidens are criminals, 20 shell companies?! Where’s the laptop? 10% for the big guy.’
The other side of his sign read, ‘Joe has aliases?! Robert L. Peters, Robin Ware, JRN Ware.’
The demonstrator walked by the pool of reporters assigned to cover the president and walked down the road toward the president’s home, with a Secret Service vehicle trailing him.
Delaware is an open carry state.
A single man carrying a gun in his side-hip holster protested down the street where President Joe Biden’s Delaware residence sits
The president arrived in Wilmington Friday evening and is briefly stopping back at the White House Sunday afternoon before traveling to New York City for a series of fundraisers and to participate in the U.N. General Assembly.
Biden kept a low profile during the weekend trip, only stepping out to attend mass Saturday at his usual church, St. Joseph on the Brandywine.
The president has yet to officially comment on son Hunter’s indictment.
Hunter Biden is facing three federal charges, with up to 25 years in prison, related to his purchase of a gun – allegedly lying on the form to purchase the weapon while he was addicted to drugs.
As Biden departed church services Saturday he ignored a reporter who yelled, ‘Mr. President, will you pardon your son?’
White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said Friday that Biden would not pardon his son.
‘I’ve answered this question before and I was very clear. I said no,’ she said at the briefing.
The president had ignored the same question hours before as he addressed the United Auto Workers strike.
‘That’s all I’m going to say,’ he said wrapping up his remarks and then walking out of the room.
The armed Wilmington protester’s signs referred to a trio of pseudonyms the president allegedly used in emails as vice president, according to an investigation by the Republican-controlled House Oversight Committee.