Hunter Biden Claims GOP Used ‘Vile and Sustained Disinformation’ About His Addiction to Damage Joe Biden

Hunter Biden, the son of President Joe Biden, has alleged that Republicans are turning his ‘mistakes’ and struggles with drug and alcohol addiction into a supposed ‘vile and sustained disinformation’ campaign against his father.

Under GOP leadership, the House Oversight Committee has been investigating allegations of President Biden’s financial gains from his family’s business dealings, a claim the president has consistently denied.

Despite the president’s consistent disavowals, Republicans remain skeptical of his involvement, as the committee periodically unveils evidence, including questionable payments from family members, implying that President Biden may have been lying.

The consistent flow of evidence, such as bank records, has significantly influenced public opinion. A recent poll indicates that a majority of Americans suspect President Biden may have acted in an illegal or unethical manner concerning his son Hunter Biden’s international business dealings.

Furthermore, House Republicans have initiated an impeachment inquiry against President Biden based on his alleged connections to his son’s business affairs.

Considering the extensive investigations and their impact on the president’s reputation, Hunter Biden penned an op-ed featured in USA Today on November 2. In it, he accused Republicans of using ‘political weaponization’ to target his father, exploiting his ‘mistakes’ and battles with addiction.

“My struggles and my mistakes have been fodder for a vile and sustained disinformation campaign against him, and an all-out annihilation of my reputation through high-pitched but fruitless congressional investigations,” he wrote.

While ‘high-pitched’ might accurately describe the House Oversight Committee’s vocal stance on its corruption investigation into the president, Hunter Biden’s claim that the inquiry has been ‘fruitless’ is hard to defend.

The House Oversight Committee has released over 20 examples of evidence tying the president to his son’s business dealings.

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John
John
5 months ago

Typical Demonkrap response!

Use victimhood to it’s fullest capacity!!!

They learned this from the jews!

Sandra Smith
Sandra Smith
5 months ago
Reply to  John

No, they did not, they learned it from the father of lies, himself: Satan!

John
John
5 months ago
Reply to  Sandra Smith

And who did JESUS say were the children of satan?

Do you know? Or do you just enjoy hearing yoursrlf speak?

Sandra Smith
Sandra Smith
5 months ago
Reply to  John

Among others, the Sanhedrin of His day, but they did not include all or even most of the people, so don’t even go there!

PithyKat
PithyKat
5 months ago
Reply to  John

Comments full of brainless bigotry have no place in intelligent conversation, comments or debates. It solves nothing but it does tell a lot.

John
John
5 months ago
Reply to  PithyKat

So your against TRUTH & FACTS, when it hurts your relationships?

Yes, your a PHONEY.

Brenda Dixon-Hines
Brenda Dixon-Hines
5 months ago

A son only Joe Biden could be proud of.

Sandra Smith
Sandra Smith
5 months ago

Your addiction was the corrupt “door” to your father’s influence for many yrs, and still is; we who are sber and aware can see that clearly. You don’t have a reputation for us to ruin, you did that yourself, long since, so “man up” and take your “medicine”. No one made your life choices but you, yourself.

PithyKat
PithyKat
5 months ago

Looks like the black cast iron pot calling the black cast iron kettle – black. Hunter and his entire tribe are dissidents, traitors, greedy, selfish, anti-American scum. Period.

Sandra Smith
Sandra Smith
5 months ago
Reply to  PithyKat

Sure does!

Graham Booker
Graham Booker
5 months ago

So the videos of his debauchery are lies. This AI must be good.

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