(RepublicanDaily.org) – Hunter Biden, son of President Joe Biden, was a much-maligned figure in the lead-up to last year’s presidential vote. His past position on the board of Burisma Holdings, a Ukrainian energy company, caused much speculation about the bearing his father’s political power had on his personal interests.
A New York Post story in October 2020 uncovered explosive details (recovered from what appeared to be his laptop) about dealings with Burisma executives that could have severely damaged his father’s credibility. However, in a flagrant example of Big Tech censorship, both Facebook and Twitter quickly moved to restrict user access to the story, limiting its reach significantly.
Now, the younger Biden has decided to go on the attack with his new memoir, which is entitled “Beautiful Things.” In an excerpt obtained by The Guardian and published on Tuesday, March 30, Biden calls former President Donald Trump “a vile man with a vile mission.” He also criticizes the “Orwellian political climate” that he alleges Trump tried to use to “destroy me [and]… my father.”
The book also details the shadier aspects of Hunter Biden’s past. His well-documented drug addiction became so bad at one point that he was “smoking crack every 15 minutes.” He also discusses the brief relationship he had with Hallie Biden, his brother Beau’s widow, in the wake of his death. He revealed the pair tried to reignite their romance in 2018 after Hunter became sober, but that it was a “failure of epic proportions.”
Current Allegations Against Hunter Biden
It’s not clear whether the book (slated for release on April 6) deals with the ongoing investigations of wrongdoing against our president’s son. Last December, federal investigators announced they were looking into Biden’s financial and business affairs, including his tax history and his dealings in China.
It’s almost hard to believe that someone with a past (and present) as questionable as Hunter Biden’s would cast aspersions on Donald Trump and his family.
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