November 12, 2023

Subpoenas Issued Over Hunter Biden Art Sales

Republicans have had enough.

Hunter Biden's art sales are clearly a scam.

Hunter Biden has ZERO artistic talent.

His career was supposedly as a "lawyer," for crying out loud.

Hunter Biden is not a painter, he is not an artist, he is not a beautiful mind, and his idiotic canvases should NOT be selling for hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Yet they are.

That's because Hunter Biden is NOT selling his artwork, he's selling Daddy Joe's favors.

Hunter Biden didn't start painting because he's an amazing artist, he's quite the opposite in fact. Honestly, I have seen finger paintings with a lot more artistic merit than even Hunter Biden's best works.

Joe Biden's little boy chose to get into the art business because it is INCREDIBLY difficult to track where the dollars and cents originate.

High-priced paintings are usually purchased anonymously, according to industry standard.

It makes sense.

You can't have the general public know who is driving the Mona Lisa home in the trunk of their car, that would be painting a tremendous bullseye on their backs for criminals.

But when Hunter's artwork seems to be fetching much more than it would be worth on a fair market, Republicans are right to look into this.

That's why Reps. James Comer and Jim Jordan have come together to promise that they are going to subpoena those involved with Hunter Biden's art scams.

"Given the evidence the Committees have uncovered about how Hunter Biden and other Biden family members have attempted to conceal the source of the money they received from abroad, it is particularly critical for the Committees to understand the details regarding the sale of Hunter Biden’s artwork by your client’s gallery. The Committee will also seek information about any differences between the sale of Hunter Biden’s artwork and the sale of other artwork by your client’s gallery," they said.

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