Hunter Biden Launches Vile Attack on Trump

Hunter Biden Launches Vile Attack on Trump

( – Excerpts from Hunter Biden’s upcoming book are making the rounds in the media. Scheduled for release on April 6, “Beautiful Things” contains a disturbing mixture of first-person accounts of his years of substance abuse. It also reveals his thoughts about Donald Trump — and they aren’t very nice.

Hunter didn’t hold anything back. He described the former president as a “vile” person on a “vile mission.” He also accused Trump of lowering himself to “unprecedented depths” during the 2020 presidential election campaign.

Trump and the 2020 Presidential Election

Hunter, the son of President Joe Biden, discussed the whirlwind of accusations surrounding him during the months leading up to the 2020 election. He claimed his foreign business dealings with companies like Ukrainian energy company Burisma were innocent. According to him, the raging controversy surrounding them was “remarkable for its epic banality,” or lack of originality.

Turning his attention back to the former president, he claimed Trump singled him out during the campaign due to “fear that he wouldn’t be re-elected.” Sarcastically, he accused Trump of pushing “debunked conspiracy theories” about his work in Ukraine. At the same time, Trump’s former campaign manager, Paul Manafort, “sat in a jail cell” on charges of laundering millions of dollars from Ukraine.

Trump Family Members and Allies

Insisting he wasn’t a known deadbeat like Billy Carter or Roger Clinton, he turned his attention to Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump, writing that unlike them, he “worked for someone other than his father.” According to his book, he stood on his own two feet.

He also lashed out at Trump allies like Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC), who he accused of morphing into a “Trump lapdog right before [his] eyes.” Similarly, he tore into Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL), calling him a “troll.”

Casting Stones

Much of the rest of Biden’s memoir discussed his decades-long addictions to alcohol and hard drugs. It weaves a twisted tale of cooking up crack cocaine in a Los Angeles bungalow and of being so desperate for a drink he couldn’t walk a block from a liquor store without ripping off the top of a bottle to take a drink.

Setting aside the ridiculous nature of Biden’s accusations against Donald Trump, Hunter should think twice before casting stones. As the old saying states, that privilege is reserved for people without sins of their own.

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