Hunter Biden’s Self-Pitying Op-Ed: Throws Tantrum over Giuliani, Bannon

Hunter Biden, the son of President Joe Biden, is attempting to defend himself against claims of shady business practices and implicating Republicans in his op-ed published in USA Today. While he initially starts off innocently enough, discussing the difficulties of getting sober and expressing gratitude for the support of his loved ones, he quickly shifts gears into a political rant accusing Rudy Giuliani, Steve Bannon, and others of weaponizing his addiction to attack his father’s presidency.

Hunter argues that this weaponization of his addiction poses a threat to those struggling with their own sobriety, suggesting that they may be deterred from seeking help due to the fear of facing similar attacks. He cites instances such as his recent haircut being spun into a conspiracy to evade drug tests and tabloids publishing nude pictures of him on their covers. Hunter also condemns the alteration and circulation of nude photos of him by Steve Bannon and Guo Wengui, as well as the debasement and dehumanization he claims to have suffered at the hands of Rudy Giuliani and a former aide of Peter Navarro.

However, all the outrage and victimhood expressed in his op-ed cannot conceal the fact that Hunter is still in the midst of negotiations with federal prosecutors regarding tax fraud and illegal gun possession charges. Additionally, the op-ed conveniently fails to mention the alleged interference by the Biden Justice Department in his case, as whistleblowers within the IRS claimed their investigation was being obstructed.

Despite his attempts to divert attention and play the victim card, the mounting evidence linking Hunter and President Biden to potential wrongdoings, including money laundering and drug use at the White House, continues to raise serious concerns. President Biden, whose popularity in the polls is declining amid constant scrutiny of his troubled son, vehemently denies any involvement in shady dealings with Chinese businessmen. Nevertheless, evidence indicates that he personally benefitted from some of Hunter’s questionable international business ventures.

Hunter Biden’s op-ed in USA Today seems more like a desperate attempt to defend himself and his father than a genuine reflection on his struggles with addiction. While he may try to shift the blame and play the victim, the evidence against him continues to grow, leaving many questions unanswered and casting a dark cloud over the Biden family’s integrity. It’s essential for the American people to closely scrutinize these allegations of corruption and hold those involved accountable.

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