He doesn’t give two licks does he?
Can’t say I blame him either.
If my father was the usurper-in-chief I wouldn’t exactly fret about my shady dealings either……Even if I were under investigation by the feds.
Hunter’s newest shame involves him working as an artist with a guy who has been found guilty of defrauding investors, and has links to the chinese, and the bahrain royal family.
His new business partner also has a bit of a criminal record; serving 90 days for assault, and has also been caught making terrorist threats.
What could go wrong?
Take a look:
Trending Politics had more to report:
The 50-year-old son of Joe Biden has been traveling back and forth between Washington, DC, and a 2,000-square-foot Hollywood Hills home in California, while consulting with lawyers and creating his artwork, according to the New York Post.
Hunter is said to be in the midst of preparing to show his work with NYC art dealer Georges Berges, who opened his Soho gallery, George Berges Gallery, in 2015.
Berges’ roster of artists includes Sylvester Stallone and Bahraini royal family member, Sheikh Rashid Al Khalifa.
The gallery owner was accused of defrauding an investor in 2016 and settled the case in 2018.
In 1998, he was charged with assault with a deadly weapon and making ‘terrorist threats’ in California, serving 90 days in jail and receiving 36-month probation.
The National Pulse had more details:
The President’s son is said to be prepping a solo show with Berges, a high-profile art dealer currently representing clients such as Sylvester Stallone. The artistic endeavor follows Hunter Biden inking lucrative deals with a host of Chinese Communist Party-linked businesses, which many allege he still owns stakes in.
Berges galleries have been praised on Sinovision – an outlet that has a “very close relationship” to the Chinese Communist Party’s Overseas Chinese Affairs Office. Berges has also been quoted by the program as floating opening galleries in Beijing and Shanghai.
Berges has also been quoted by state-run China Daily in 2014: “The questions that I always had was how’s China changing the world in terms of art and culture.”