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Jun 23 2021

Obama Ethics Chief Appalled at Hunter Biden Art Scam

Even Barack Obama’s ethics chief is appalled by the latest lucrative scam by Joe Biden’s son and business partner Hunter. We are now told that the cocaine-addled degenerate, who has hauled in a fortune selling access to his old man (who of course gets a cut), is a great artist — not scam artist but painter — whose creations are worth up to $500,000 to anonymous buyers who may live behind the Bamboo Curtain.

Walter Shaub, Director of the oxymoronic US Office of Government Ethics under Obama, smells a king-sized rat. He told Fox News:

“The notion of a president’s son capitalizing on that relationship by selling art at obviously inflated prices and keeping the public in the dark about who’s funneling money to him has a shameful and grifty feel to it.”

Furthermore,

“He can’t possibly think anyone is paying him based on the quality of the art. This smells like an attempt to cash in on a family connection to the White House.”

That’s how the Biden Crime Family has functioned for ages, as Peter Schweizer has documented.

“At a minimum, the president should be asking his son not to go through with this auction,” Shaub added.

Fat chance. Then the Big Guy wouldn’t get his cut.

Unsurprisingly, the White House would not respond to a request for comment from Fox News.

Biden will come under increasing pressure to investigate the ChiComs’ culpability for engineering, releasing, and lying about Covid. That ought to drive the price of Hunter’s artwork through the stratosphere.

Whether Hunter created the art himself is doubtful.

On tips from SteveB and Chuck A.


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