Ryan E.
July 30, 2023

Comer Demands More Info About Hunter Biden Art Deal

For a while now, there's been one Republican in Congress who seems more determined than most to get justice for American voters who have been being taken advantage of by Hunter Biden for far too long.

James Comer.

He's been doing it for a while now, and if his recent actions are any indication, Comer doesn't appear to be ready to stop fighting for justice anytime soon.

Last week, it was reported that "Elizabeth Hirsch Naftali, a Los Angeles-based real estate investor and appointee of President Joe Biden, had purchased one of Hunter Biden’s art pieces. Naftali was appointed to the Commission for the Preservation of America’s Heritage Abroad in July 2022, which was after Hunter Biden’s first art show in Hollywood."

If you don't believe that there's some SERIOUS funny business going on here, then I've got a bridge to sell you in Brooklyn.

The entire Biden family consists of criminals, and things like this prove it.

For those who need the situation spelled out for them, this situation makes it clear that Hunter Biden was never selling "artwork."

He was selling America.

Some lady overpays by thousands and thousands of dollars for one of Hunter's terrible pieces of art, and a few months later she's got a job with the government?

American voters aren't stupid, we know what's going on here.

So does James Comer.

"This system, however, seems to have failed because Elizabeth Hirsh Naftali’s identity as a purchaser of this art has become public," Comer said when explaining why he needs to see more details about the transactions between this woman and the Biden family.

Comer even went so far as to publicly say that the entire Hunter Biden art situation is "suspicious."

REAL Americans couldn't agree more.

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