Critics say the anonymous sale of the president’s son’s artwork could be an opportunity for anyone wealthy enough to buy his way into the Biden family
It takes a lot of “chutzpah” to host the lavish art show Hunter Biden under federal investigation for money laundering, New York Post columnist Miranda Devine said Tuesday.
The young Biden hosted an art show in Hollywood last week for several California elites, including Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti. About 200 people attended the Hollywood event. Biden’s New York City art dealer, Georges Burgess, is selling his artwork with prices ranging from $75,000 to $500,000.
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“We know that Hunter Biden is under investigation for money laundering, among other problems, and we know that the art world is notorious for being a venue for money laundering, so it would take a lot for him to do this. Requires chutzpah,” Devine told Carlson.
“But,” he continued, “I think it is shameless for the Biden administration. It is shameless that the president is not pretending to distance himself from what is happening, he is behind this mirage of being kind. remains hidden. , the man in the father’s family when he has been in this influence-promoting program from the very beginning.”
Hunter Biden’s art practices have come under scrutiny for ethical conundrums, with the White House boxing itself up by allowing anonymous sales of artwork.
The anonymous sale of the president’s son’s artwork could be an avenue for any wealthy — including, potentially, anti-Americans — to buy their way into the Biden family, and President Biden, good critics say.
“His father is the president and whatever he wants, it’s really Joe Biden’s gif, the president’s gif and now it’s the White House gif, so everybody’s a problem, especially the Democrats and whoever In Hunter goes to the Biden art show,” Devine said.
“If they go, they are doing legalization which is really just a racket.”