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A new report details how the White House helped orchestrate the cover-up of Hunter Biden’s nefarious art sales.
According to Town Hall:
Hunter Biden’s new lucrative passion project — artwork created by blowing paint through straws — has raised eyebrows over concerns that buyers’ identities will be kept secret while an art dealer will be the one making decisions on who is and isn’t allowed to fork over $75,000 to $500,000 for one of the first son’s creations.
As it turns out, the whole scheme was organized behind the scenes by the White House to supposedly keep Hunter Biden from knowing who’s purchasing his art, according to new reporting:
White House officials have helped craft an agreement under which purchases of Hunter Biden’s artwork — which could be listed at prices as high as $500,000 — will be kept confidential from even the artist himself, in an attempt to avoid ethical issues that could arise as a presidential family member tries to sell a product with a highly subjective value.
More specifically, Hunter Biden’s attorney — not the one with whom Hunter repeatedly used the n-word and complained about “Hennesy prices” — and White House officials teamed up to formulate the opaque agreement under which Hunter can continue to profit off his family name.
The scheme will allow anyone who is trying to gain favor with the first family to purchase the artwork without being identified, including foreign nationals.