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Hunter Biden Says Ignore the Evidence, He Never Involved His Dad in His Corrupt Businesses

Hunter Biden seems to believe that with his daddy and the Democrats in power he is so untouchable he can simply LIE to Congress contradicting mountains of evidence which prove that Joe Biden was heavily involved in his shady businesses.

The president’s son took part in a closed-door deposition before Congress as part of the impeachment hearings against Joe Biden

In his attempt to gaslight both Congress and the American people they represent, Hunter used his testimony to peddle the claim that it’s a “Maga-motivated conspiracy” theory to suggest that Joe Biden was involved in his borderline criminal dealings.

“I am here today to provide the Committees with the one uncontestable fact that should end the false premise of this inquiry: I did not involve my father in my business,” Hunter Biden said.

“Not while I was a practicing lawyer, not in my investments or transactions domestic or international, not as a board member, and not as an artist. Never.”

 

Ironically enough, these different business endeavors which Hunter spells out ALL involved his dad in one way or another.

While working as a “practicing lawyer” Hunter won several clients based off of his last name – including foreign clients. Many of these individuals did so suspecting that because of his dad’s influence, Hunter might be able to get them out of trouble more so than your average lawyer.

Of course that meant that those clients paid extra, and Hunter made sure to kick a portion of that fee to his dad after all it was his influence the clients were paying for.

His “investments” were made mostly through Owasco which bank records reveal was used to make direct payments to Joe Biden. This was made possible by the Chinese Communist government who funneled millions of dollars into Owasco.

As for his time as a “board member” for foreign companies like Ukrainian energy firm Burisma, we know that he was only offered the position on the board as part of a $10 million bribe – half of which went directly to Joe Biden.

His “artist” career, as hilarious as it might be, saw Hunter Biden – a rookie “artist” sell mediocre paintings for hundreds of thousands of dollars EACH to powerful people who were looking to buy their way into Joe Biden’s government.

This included people like Democrat donor Elizabeth Hirsh Naftali who Joe Biden appointed to a prestigious commission after she purchased one of Hunter’s art pieces.

Nevertheless Hunter and his family seem to believe that the American people are dumb enough to believe them when they claim Joe had “no involvement” and their hope is the more often they repeat it, the more people will buy it.

With that in mind, Hunter recently said almost the exact thing during a bizarre press conference on Capitol Hill

“My father was not financially involved in my business,” Hunter Biden said back in December.

He added, “Let me state as clearly as I can. My father was not financially involved in my business. Not as a practicing lawyer. Not as a board member of Burisma. Not in my partnership with a Chinese private businessman. Not in my investments at home nor abroad and certainly not an artist.”

At this point the cold-hard evidence against the family is impossible to ignore. Republicans have uncovered things like photos, texts, emails, and audio recordings all implicating Joe Biden in the “family business.”

As if that weren’t enough, several former Hunter Biden business partners have stepped forward, acting as whistleblowers to expose that the president of the United States is COMPLETELY compromised by his son’s shady foreign business dealings with the likes of China and Ukraine.

But sure, Hunter, it’s all just a “conspiracy theory!”


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