Well, looks the Biden cadre, much like the Clinton cadre, perceives themselves as well above the law.
In fact, they’ve become so “advanced” that they have managed to divert virtually all media attention to former President Donald Trump, providing the perfect cover for Hunter Biden to continue his so-called art career.
Heaven forbid he ever take a job in which he has take orders from anyone, aside from rather indirect orders from Chinese President Jinping Xi.
To be fair, the “Big Guy” is even more beholden, as evidenced by his nonsensical policy towards China ever since taking office.
Which is great news for Georges Bergès, Hunter’s art dealer who just happens to be well-connected to China and deeply dismissive of the subpoena he just received for revealing more information about Hunter’s (likely Chinese) buyers.
On the contrary, Mr. Bergès decided that the recent Easter weekend was a great time to sell Hunter’s wares for $85,000 each in woke New York City.
For reference, recent data places the median U.S. income at approximately $70,000 per year. That’s for a full year’s worth of difficult, complicated, highly time-consuming work.
Hunter, living the life in a $30,000 per month rental in Malibu, California, can apparently drum up several paintings, with no formal or even personal training whatsoever, and suddenly command top fees.
Once his father becomes president, that is.
After all, Hunter collected quite a few ill-begotten sums while his father was vice president, with especially high profiteering recorded regarding Ukraine, Russia, and China.
Curiously, all three emerged on the immediate list of concerns with regards to the national security of the United States shortly after Biden took over.
Spokesperson for Hunter’s (likely expansive) legal team
“There is no reason for Mr. Biden’s legal team to be notified of what is standard practice for galleries representing artists – selling their art. The gallery sets the pricing and handles all sales based upon the highest ethical standards of the industry.”
Representative James Comer, who is currently overseeing an effort to subpoena several major financial institutions linked to Hunter’s overseas antics, particularly after Bergès blew him off.
“Mr. Bergès has refused to provide any information regarding who is buying Mr. Biden’s art. He has chosen to obstruct in an apparent effort to shield Mr. Biden and/or the purchasers’ of Mr. Biden’s art from congressional oversight,” Comer remarked.
Bergès, like a typical leftist, waxed poetically about the “challenges” working with Hunter bring him.
“It’s been challenges unique to him that no other galleries would have with an artist, so you almost have to be passionate about this to continue … really believe in him as an artist on many, many different levels,” Bergès drawled.
Oh, he’s an artist all right. An “artist” that Beijing invested heavily in for its own personal Manchurian Candidate.
Like a typically arrogant elitist, Bergès also can’t help himself by effectively bragging about his so-called insider information.
“You could buy a politician for a lot less than that,” Bergès sniffed, as if Hunter’s high price somehow makes him superior.
Way to reveal your intimate knowledge of political bribing, by the way, Bergès. As someone accustomed to working with the Chinese, it isn’t terribly surprising.
Plus, Beijing (and Ukraine and Russia) did a lot more than “buy a politician” … they theoretically bought a president.
Quite a bit different than “a politician.”
Former White House press secretary Ari Fleischer also boasted that Biden has officially fallen “off the radar” in the wake of the media circus surrounding Trump, underscoring the degree to which political weaponization has heavily favored the Democrat party in recent years.
But hey, don’t worry, according to Hunter’s own art dealer, it doesn’t take much to buy someone in the swamp these days!
Author: Jane Jones