As Joe Biden continues his rise to the top of a remarkably corrupt Democratic party, his son, Hunter Biden, continues to lurk in the shadows doing god knows what.
Hunter Biden cant’ seem to stay out of trouble, however, as he has made his way back into the headlines after defying a court order to turn over his financial information, flaunting his lack of “respect” for the legal process and undermining the interests of the child he has previously refused to support or even acknowledge, according to a blistering new filing from the mother of Biden’s child in an ongoing paternity case.
“After months of hiding, one has to wonder if the reason Hunter Biden continues to defy the court is because there are financial documents that could shed light on his father’s massive conflicts of interest as vice president,” Republican National Committee (RNC) spokesman Steve Guest pointed out to Fox News on Sunday.
The filing from 28-year-old Lunden Alexis Roberts’ legal team wastes little time in charging that Hunter Biden “continues to act as though he has no respect for this Court, its orders, the legal process in this state, or the needs of his child for support.” It argues that the court “should take some action that will make the defendant follow court orders and a believer in the rule of law.”
Specifically, Biden has not turned over information concerning his address, financial institutions he or his businesses use, a list of all the companies he “currently owns or in which he has an ownership interest and the state in which those companies are incorporated,” or a list of “all sources of income for the past five years.”
Additionally, Biden has failed to produce a list of all “employers for the past five years,” an unredacted copy of his tax returns, deeds for properties he owns, and tax documents for companies in which he has any ownership interest.
Biden’s conduct is “willful and contemptuous,” according to Roberts’ lawyers, and he should be ordered to appear in person at a March 13 hearing to explain why he should not be held in contempt.
The New York Times reported last week that the 50-year-old Hunter Biden is spending his time attempting to pass himself off as a painter in a rented $12,000-per-month hideout in Hollywood Hills while driving a Porsche.
The paternity dispute has presented headaches for the elder Biden ever since a court filing showed that DNA results indicated he was now a grandfather. Joe Biden tangled with a Fox News reporter on camera when asked about that development last November.
“I’m wondering if you have a comment on this report, and court filing, out of Arkansas, that your son Hunter just made you a grandfather again,” Fox News’ Peter Doocy asked.
“No, that’s a private matter and I have no comment,” Biden fired back before attacking the reporter. Only you would ask that,” a flustered Biden responded. “You’re a good man. You’re a good man. Classy.”
On the other side of the isle – Donald Trump Jr. issued a fierce challenge to shady Hunter Biden during an interview on Sunday to a debate before the upcoming 2020 presidential election.
Trump made the remarks in an interview with Axios on what the line of attack would be on Joe Biden if Joe Biden became the Democratic nominee for president.
“Off the top of my head, it’s multiple fold, right,” Trump said. “First of all, you have sort of just a guy that’s telling us he’s going to do all these things, he’s gonna do them. But he’s been in politics for 50 years. Why hasn’t he done them then?”
“The second part of that is, you know, if Donald Trump mixed up Iowa and Ohio – once – the media, and you know where I’m going on this one, right guys?” Trump continued. “The media would be on TV, every tele-psychologist would say, ‘Donald Trump has lost his mind. Donald, he’s in the later stages of dementia and a combination of Alzheimer’s. He’s not fit to run.’ Joe Biden doesn’t know what state he’s in 50% of the time. If Donald Trump did the equivalent, you would not hear anything other than that.”
“How much will his son be a part of that, Hunter? It’s obviously been a big part,” Axios’ Jim VandeHei asked Trump.
“Listen, I think it’s got to be a big part,” Trump responded. “I was an international business person before my father got into politics. That’s what we did. I’m not going to say I haven’t benefited from my father’s last name, just like Hunter Biden did. I’d be foolish to say that. But I haven’t benefited from my father’s taxpayer-funded office, okay?”
“Hunter Biden, his father becomes VP, all of a sudden he goes over to the Ukraine,” Trump continued. “And he’s making $83 grand a month. So, you know, the media likes to do this sort of false equivalence. ‘You you’re doing this, you’re doing that.’”
“We stopped doing any new international business deals when my father won the presidency. So, you know what would be great? I’ll let you host it. You moderate a debate between Hunter Biden and myself. C’mon. Let’s do it.”
“No, no, seriously. We can go full transparency. We show everything and we can talk about all of the places where I’m supposedly grifting, but Hunter Biden isn’t. I would love to do it.”