Ryan E.
July 8, 2023

Biden's Team Covering For 'Missing' Granddaughter

Joe Biden knows EXACTLY how many grandchildren he has.

He just doesn't want America to know.

That's because Biden isn't particularly proud of one of his grandchildren. Actually, he might not have a problem with the child, but Joe is so embarrassed of his own son that he won't acknowledge his own granddaughter.

Shortly after Hunter Biden argued in court that his daughter, Navy Joan Roberts, should never be allowed to use his last name, America was shocked to learn what Joe Biden's White House staff had been instructed to do:

Pretend as if Navy Joan Roberts didn't exist.

"There was a story in the New York Times over the weekend about Hunter Biden's daughter in Arkansas. Does the president acknowledge this little girl as his granddaughter?" White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre was recently asked at a press conference.

"I don't have anything to share from here," Jean-Pierre responded.

It's not that Hunter doesn't realize his daughter exists, it's just that he'd rather pretend that she didn't.

You see, Navy Joan Roberts was born out of wedlock to a stripper.

Admittedly, that's probably not the best factoid for Biden's PR team to publicize, but completely disowning their own family is a whole new level of low, even for a Biden.

Mark Hemingway is referring to the stockings that Jill Biden hangs in the White House every year for "all" of their grandchildren.

Jill Biden declines to hang a stocking for Navy.

Navy, I'm sure that the Biden family name would have given you a fair bit of advantages in life, but I don't know if any of them would have made up for having to spend time around Hunter Biden. Maybe you dodged a bullet after all.

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