Hunter Biden Testifies Before Congress


Hunter Biden, son of President Joe Biden, finally appeared before the House Oversight and House Judiciary Committees on Wednesday to testify behind closed doors.

However, before he testified, Hunter issued a statement that seems to be just another attempt to spin the ever-changing and nonsensical explanations that the Bidens have provided to try to downplay the scandal.

In his statement, Hunter claimed that he did not involve his father in his business dealings. But this assertion is contradicted by emails, photos, and witness testimonies, which suggest that Joe Biden was directly involved in Hunter’s businesses.

For instance, there are multiple instances of Hunter’s emails mentioning his father and his business associates. There are also photos of Joe Biden meeting with some of these business associates, and Hunter even took some of them to have their pictures taken with his father while he was Vice President. Also, Joe Biden previously claimed that he never spoke to his son about his business dealings, which is also contradicted by the evidence.

To support his claim, Hunter stated that there is no evidence to support the “baseless and MAGA-motivated conspiracies” about his father. However, the evidence is not about MAGA conspiracies; it is about Hunter’s own emails and bank records, which have been verified by multiple sources.

It is also concerning that Hunter tried to dismiss criticisms by invoking his father’s “MAGA” hatred, which seems like a desperate attempt to distract from the real issues at hand.

Another tactic that Hunter used in his statement was to claim that some of the things he may have said in texts or other messages could have been during his “darkest days of addiction.”

While it is commendable that Hunter has addressed his addiction problems, it does not excuse or negate the seriousness of the questionable business dealings and potential conflicts of interest involving his father while he was Vice President.

During the deposition, Hunter also made the absurd claim that he joined the board of Burisma, a Ukrainian energy company, to “counter Russian aggression.” This statement was met with skepticism by some of the representatives present, including Rep. Matt Gaetz, who referred to the actions as “a bribe masquerading as an international business transaction.”

The fact that Hunter received $3.5 million from the wife of the mayor of Moscow, who was not sanctioned by the Biden Administration, also raises suspicions about the true intentions behind these business deals.

Hunter Biden’s testimony does little to dispel the concerns and questions surrounding his business dealings. In fact, some representatives who attended the deposition described Hunter as “defiant and dishonest,” and his statements were contradicted by other witnesses.

It remains to be seen how the public hearing and the release of the deposition’s transcript will shed light on the matter. However, one thing is clear: the evidence and facts speak for themselves, and they do not bode well for the Bidens.

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