Let’s just call this what it is right from the beginning: the White House has effectively signed off on Hunter Biden getting bribes. Some people may pretend otherwise, but there’s little doubt that’s what’s going on.
51-year-old Hunter Biden, who has yet to sell a painting, has decided to embark on an art career now that his father is President of the United States. So, how much are paintings by this novice artist worth? $50? $100? Less? Actually, according to his art dealer, Georges Berges, one of the former Burisma partner/crack addict’s paintings is worth somewhere between $75,000 and $500,000.
Obviously, this is a huge scam, and not only is the White House signing off on it, but they’re also taking steps to try to keep the public from finding out who is bribing the Biden family. Will it be China? A Saudi Prince? Mark Zuckerberg? We won’t know because the White House is trying to keep that information anonymous.
According to Jen Psaki, Georges Berges will handle all the sales, hide who bought the paintings from the Biden families and reject offers that seem too high. Of course, this is the same guy who already seems to think $500,000 is a reasonable price for Hunter Biden’s paintings. Also, what’s to stop Berges from telling Hunter Biden who is paying him the bribes and passing it on to his father? His word? Since when did the Hunter Biden’s art dealer become a trustworthy figure?
Although the whole thing is an obvious scam, even if they were trying to do it “honestly,” this whole process is exactly backward.
re: Hunter Biden's art, it would seem to make *much* more sense for all the details related to the sales – the purchaser, the sale price, and so on – to be made public to everyone, rather than allegedly remain "anonymous" to Hunter & to the Biden Admin (& to the American public).
— Jerry Dunleavy (@JerryDunleavy) July 9, 2021
Of course, it’s not just one writer here at Bongino.com arguing that this is designed to pass on bribes to the Biden family.
Walter Shaub, Obama’s former ethics chief says the same thing.
Walter Shaub, Obama's former ethics chief, says the White House's deal to help Hunter Biden sell his art is "the perfect mechanism for funnelling bribes" to the president. pic.twitter.com/T9AhTgNT21
— The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) July 10, 2021
So does Senator Tom Cotton.
Some very tough ethical questions about whether the president's son, who is still investing in CCP-linked firms, should take $500,000 in payment (bribes) for his "artwork."
Better consult the experts on this one!https://t.co/uLubqk40nl
— Tom Cotton (@TomCottonAR) July 8, 2021
When he was running for President, Biden did try to convince Americans he’d bring us all together. He’s failed at that up until now, but it is nice to see people from both parties pointing out that the White House is signing off on Hunter Biden taking bribes designed to buy influence with his father.
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