Things continue to get worse and worse for Joe Biden’s embattled son, Hunter Biden.
On top of his mounting legal troubles, Hunter is now facing betrayal from his “art” dealer.
While it was already known that Hunter’s “art” customers were essentially Biden campaign donors, recent reports reveal that Hunter’s art dealer not only contacted Joe Biden but also had a meeting with him at the White House.
Despite claims from the Biden White House about implementing an “ethics” agreement to prevent any appearance of corruption, it now appears those claims were just more lies from the most corrupt president and administration in the history of the United States.
LATE BREAKING: Hunter Biden’s ‘Art Dealer’ Called Joe Biden and MET WITH HIM at the White House..— Chuck Callesto (@ChuckCallesto) January 17, 2024
This completely undercuts the White House narrative!
Translation: THEY LIED..https://t.co/Rpe7nYP9Cw
From Just The News:
The art dealer who sold Hunter Biden’s paintings told Congress that President Joe Biden both called and met him at the White House as he was pitching Hunter’s artwork and that the first son also made an unusual request to be informed about who bought his pieces, according to testimony that directly undercuts the White House narrative on the sales.
The Biden White House repeatedly told the public that Hunter Biden’s art sales were covered by an ethics agreement to ensure they were arms-length and that the first family — Hunter included — was blinded to the identity of buyers.
But George Berges, owner of the prestigious Berges art galleries based in New York and Berlin that sold Hunter Biden’s painting from 2020 to 2023, told congressional impeachment investigators that the first son likely knew the identity of 70% of the buyers – the largest who were Democrat donors – and that Hunter Biden’s first contract made an unusual request when the relationship started.
House Oversight Chairman James Comer joined Rob Schmitt on Newsmax to discuss this new revelation.
The White House’s “ethics” agreement regarding Hunter's art was a sham.— Rep. James Comer (@RepJamesComer) January 17, 2024
The White House never facilitated any ethics agreement, despite saying the opposite. Hunter's art dealer even told us he never communicated with the White House.
Americans deserve the truth. @NEWSMAX pic.twitter.com/nw9Jiz9ilj