Joe Biden and his family are no longer thumbing their collective noses at hard-working American families. They are now giving you the middle finger because all of Joe’s family members, not just Hunter Biden, are already cashing in on his name.
First up is President Biden’s brother Francis “Frank” Biden. Frank is producing commercials for a law firm in Boca Raton, FL advertising himself and the firm as political consultants. The Berman Group, as early as 2018, noted in their promotional materials their “…expertise of a high-profile government relations consulting team led by Francis ‘Frank’ Biden, brother of former Vice President Joe Biden.”
The law firm’s class action lawsuits against groups in China also noted Frank Biden’s relationship. Even an ad shared during the inauguration cited President Biden’s connection with his brother.
Even Trump hating outlet CNN found this usage of President Biden’s position in government as suspect. They called out the President over it, even when no other liberal media outlet would.
Not to be outdone by his Uncle Frank, Hunter Biden, is upping his game as the Biden most likely to soil and abuse his family’s name. Hunter has a new book coming out and he wants everyone to buy it to gain some insight into dear ol’ Dad. This is not a joke.
Hunter Biden’s backstory is one rife with political influence-peddling and backroom deals with China’s communist party. After his laptop surfaced, the New York Post reported Hunter made a $10 million deal with the communists to open doors in American political and business circles, seemingly promising access to his father. The deal included “10 percent going to the Big Guy,” widely assumed to be his father.
The amount Hunter will receive from Simon & Schuster for his “Beautiful Things” memoir has been a tad murky. But reports indicate that the current president and first lady already cashed-in to the tune of $16.5 million on book deals and speaking engagements after leaving the Obama White House.
It’s difficult to believe that Joe, Jill, or Hunter, would type a single word of these propaganda pieces. That’s why freelance writer Drew Jubera, credited with “collaboration” on the book, was instrumental in making Hunter sound authentic. After all, he’s getting a big check while his father nixed 1 million American jobs during his first week in office.
“Beautiful Things” reportedly focuses on Hunter’s struggles with substance abuse and has been shopped around to left-wing publishers.
Will his book also include details of Hunter having a lurid affair with his deceased brother’s widow? Will readers take a ride with Hunter as he cheats on his wife with a D.C. stripper? Is nightmare ally a metaphor for the courtroom where Hunter’s legal team stonewalled the ex-stripper who was trying to get Hunter to pay child support for their love child? Does his bravery include the Ukraine energy corporation where Hunter pocked $400,000 for a no-work position?
“I come from a family forged by tragedies and bound by a remarkable, unbreakable love,” Hunter’s ghostwriter poetically states for him.
Another memoir that reportedly surfaced also speaks to the early days in the Biden household. Hunter’s sister, Ashley, reportedly stated she was the subject of abuse. Reports indicate her diary says she took “showers with my dad” that were “probably not appropriate.”
One must wonder if the seedy, disgusting underbelly of the First Family and their money-grabs are what they call “Beautiful Things.”