White House patronage of Hunter Biden's art gallery to money laundering
The owner of the White House, Joe Biden, again began to cover up his criminal son, but now, so that no one could accuse him of anything, he will make all buyers of Hunter Biden's masterpieces anonymous.
Hunter Biden’s paintings- which art collectors are already saying are impressive and different. pic.twitter.com/kyRWpfZ5Oe— David Yankovich (@DavidYankovich) July 11, 2021
The Republican Party intends to investigate Hunter Biden's talent for painting from nowhere, whether daddy is protecting money laundering through the sale of Biden Jr.'s paintings at an inflated cost.
"The prices for these paintings by someone with no formal training or history as an artist raise questions about whether the art is being offered for its merit or its connection to the White House", the Republicans noted, pointing to the art industry being a "well-known tool for money laundering and other illicit activities".
Hunter's paintings are estimated at a fabulous $ 500,000, although the drug-addicted son of the President of the United States has never before done anything other than robbing the Ukrainian people and dismissing Prosecutors General who can prove the crimes committed by the Biden family in Ukraine.
In fact, no one belittles Hunter's ability to paint, critics are confused by the fact that it is impossible to track down those who intend to buy these paintings, remaining unknown, or rather, whose name the White House will classify.
"Because we don't know who is paying for this art and we don't know for sure that [Hunter Biden] knows, we have no way of monitoring whether people are buying access to the White House…What these people are paying for is Hunter Biden's last name", the letter cited Walter Shaub, former Office of Government Ethics director under President Obama as saying.
The idea’s that even Hunter won’t know, but the WH has outsourced government ethics to a private art dealer. We’re supposed to trust a merchant in an industry that’s fertile ground for money laundering, as well as unknown buyers who could tell Hunter or WH officials? No thanks./2— Walter Shaub (@waltshaub) July 8, 2021
Yeah yeah, I know some folks aren’t going to like this thread because we’re not supposed to criticize the president who’s way better than the ethical disaster named Trump. But, you know what? With democracy on the ropes, ethics has never been more important. And this ain’t it. /4— Walter Shaub (@waltshaub) July 8, 2021
The letter was compiled by and signed by 12 Republican Representatives, led by the top Republican on the Oversight Committee, Rep. James Comer (R-Ky).
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