The Biden crime family now deals in art.
Many people are asking though, is a piece of Hunter’s art really worth $500,000?
According to reports, Hunter Biden’s art sales are really concerning to those paying attention. Investigative sources have uncovered that Hunter used to be the bag man for his father Joe, and collects money on his behalf.
Money that probably goes to fund corrupt pay to play programs, or acts as a way to launder, or defer taxes on money made in the past. Those who understand how the art market functions know exactly what I am speaking about…..
This is D.C. behavior at its absolute worst, and these are the exact things President Trump was trying to fix when he set out to drain the swamp.
‘Speaking fees’ and ‘art deals’ are really just other names for political corruption, and I think it’s high time we do more than just call this behavior out.
Take a look at the public reaction:
Hunter paintings can be bought anonymously for $500,000 and up!
This can only happen in a country where most of the media is corrupt.
I will not be silent.
— Rudy W. Giuliani (@RudyGiuliani) July 10, 2021
You can’t seriously believe that America has any public corruption laws when the President’s own son is allowed to run multiple money laundering schemes by pretending to be an oil/gas advisor, a memoirist & a painter simultaneously.
— Emerald Robinson ✝️ (@EmeraldRobinson) July 10, 2021
The childish doodles of a crackhead don't sell for $5.00 dollars – much less $500.000.
— Catturd ™ (@catturd2) July 10, 2021
Daily Mail summed up the story:
White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said Hunter Biden had a ‘right to pursue an artistic career,’ as she tried on Friday to justify the administration’s role in brokering arrangements for the sale of his paintings.
It followed revelations that the White House helped set up a deal for buyers’ identities to remain hidden to ensure they did not win presidential favors.
This White House has frequently promised full transparency in pursuit of the highest ethical standards. Now that means secrecy.
‘I think it would be challenging for an anonymous person, who we don’t know and Hunter Biden doesn’t know, to have influence,’ said Psaki during her daily briefing.
The plan will allow Hunter Biden to forge ahead with his new life as an artist after a career change from high-paid consultant on international deals.
The deal came about after Biden administration staffers reached out to Hunter’s lawyers to forge a plan intended to ‘avoid’ ethics concerns and let the president’s son pursue his new career.
Psaki confirmed that the White House had been involved.
Of course they do…
“10% for the big guy” right? https://t.co/OX9g8Vc9fg
— Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) July 10, 2021
The corruption of the Hunter Biden "art" sales is getting attention, but there's an aspect that I haven't seen anyone discuss.
With 100% certainty, I can tell you there's no way Hunter Biden painted any of those.
He's not a sudden artist any more than he was an energy guru.
— JD Rucker (@JDRucker) July 10, 2021
Is there anybody who actually believes Hunter Biden's "art" is worth anything at all? https://t.co/GIhTTPbrfe
— Dinesh D'Souza (@DineshDSouza) July 10, 2021
Fox Business offered up some criticism of the proposed art ‘sales’:
“This is not true art. This is crap. It is the worst kind of abstract art. It is fraudulent art. It is scam art. It is fake art,” Kudlow told Benson, adding that Biden has made a deal with a China-linked New York City art exhibitor named Georges Berges to market his paintings confidentially and anonymously.
On “Kudlow,” Benson alluded to Hillary Clinton and President Clinton’s Clinton Foundation, which was engaged worldwide while the former first family was in places of political prominence.
He suggested that Secretary Clinton could have saved herself some headaches if she had chosen to take Hunter Biden’s amateur artwork route rather than founding a prominent global charitable foundation.