The son of former Vice President Joe Biden recently managed to evade being held in contempt and dodge disclosing his financial records by reaching an out-of-court child support settlement with an ex-stripper baby mama he has acquired. Despite his victory to keep his finances private, bipartisan support has emerged in the U.S. Senate to haul Hunter Biden in front of the nation and question the mafia-style corruption he and other family members leveraged while his father was Obama’s number two.
His father has earned the nickname “Sleazy Joe,” and apparently the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. Hunter Biden was reportedly dating his dead brother’s widow when he cheated on her with a stripper. Reportedly while impregnating the stripper and dating his recently deceased brother’s wife he was also courting his currently pregnant wife. It’s like an episode of The Jersey Shore I can’t keep the drama and who’s banging who straight!
Reportedly, Hunter refused to acknowledge his new baby mama’s claim that he had impregnated her or claim his new son. Instead of supporting his son, the dead beat dad hired high-priced lawyers to fight a basic DNA test and won’t pay a single penny for the boy’s well-being until Feb. 1.
Hunter’s lawyers claimed to the courts he was unemployed with no income, this despite widespread reports of his multi-million earnings from Burisma and Chinese firms and photos of him exiting a Lamborghini while living in a Hollywood rental that costs $12,000 per month.
At the core of Hunter’s dead-beat Dad actions was a strategy to keep the corruption secret that earned not only him but multiple other members of the Biden family hundreds of millions of dollars.
If the judge allows Hunter to be able to continue to avoid disclosing the last five years of his financial records, as the Arkansas judge demanded he do so, Senators on both sides of the aisle are considering a subpoena to learn more about his earnings and dealings in Ukraine. West Virginia Sen. Joe Manchin (D) said Hunter Biden should “definitely” be called to testify in the impeachment trial when asked.
“You know, I think so. I really do. I don’t have a problem there because this is why we are where we are,” Sen. Manchin reportedly said. “Now, I think that he could clear himself of what I know and what I’ve heard, but being afraid to put anybody that might have pertinent information is wrong no matter if you’re a Democrat or Republican — and not go home and say, ‘Well, I protected one …’ No, if it’s relevant, it should be there.”
The West Virginia moderate may get his wish. He stands among the Senators that are inclined to have witnesses testify, despite the fact that power-starved House Democrats pushed through articles of impeachment with no “high crime or misdemeanor.”
The crux of the purely partisan effort to unseat President Trump started with attempts to look into wide-ranging reports that the ex-Vice President’s son had siphoned off money from an energy outfit connected to Russian oligarchs and leverage was brought to bear to stop an investigation.
Although Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell appears to favor a swift dismissal of the phony impeachment articles, a majority of Senators want more information and witness testimony.
Democrats are acutely aware that if witnesses become part of the charade, Hunter Biden could be forced to disclose his explosive financial records and testify under oath about the strong-arm tactics of his father, Sleazy Joe Biden.