First son Hunter Biden reported painted some of his artwork with a cocaine straw and alcohol-based paints, according to a new book.
Alexander Marlow's Breaking Biden noted some concerning details about Hunter Biden's paintings that are drawing fresh attention in his bestselling title.
— Alexandra (@Alexand45461110) October 17, 2023
"After his stint in rehab, Joe’s son set off to become an artist, and the Times was right there with a puff piece to give him publicity that no other 50-year-old budding painter could have gotten in their wildest dreams," Breitbart News reported.
"Scrolling through the article, you will see a photo of Hunter, leaning over a table with his lips around a hollow glass cylinder. No, he wasn’t doing drugs—he was puffing on paint," it continued.
"NYC gallery unveils new $225K Hunter Biden painting — and 2 buyers are interested" pic.twitter.com/UkIXGdIirX
— helen henning (@helenckh) December 12, 2022
In December, Hunter Biden's art sales were literally going for the cost of a house.
"The most expensive artwork at the first son’s new SoHo show is priced at $225,000 — and already has two interested buyers, The Post has learned," The New York Post reported.
"On Saturday, a gallery worker refused to give The Post details on the potential buyers of the untitled, 57×98 inch, mustard-yellow floral painting on Yupo Japanese paper," it explained.
“But Democrats have scoffed, painting these facts as part of a conspiracy theory.” 🤡 https://t.co/OzhaZu9m93
— Carter Giraffe (@CarterGiraffe62) October 16, 2023
"GOP House investigators have found a powerful ally for their narrative: former Hunter Biden pal and business partner Rob Walker, who told the FBI in a newly released interview report that Hunter Biden often got something for essentially nothing," Just the News reported.
"In an FBI FD-302 interview report dated Nov. 23, 2021, Walker recounted to agents how Hunter Biden borrowed $90,000 from him and never repaid it and detailed another instance in 2017 in which one of their joint business ventures got a whopping $3 million payment from the Chinese energy firm CEFC essentially as a gift," it added.
The details are part of a larger investigation into allegations against Hunter Biden and other Biden family members over millions of dollars in foreign business deals based on the president's influence.
The investigation has even led to an impeachment inquiry of the president, making the matter a top issue for the nation and its future.