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Where’s Hunter? Biden Son Uses Coronavirus to Dodge Another Court Date

Hunter Biden, son of Democrat presidential primary frontrunner Joe Biden, has yet again slinked away from appearing in court in litigation over his deadbeat dad status.

Hunter Biden has been at the center of several media storms since his father jumped back into politics, after serving disgracefully for eight years under Obama. A 28-year-old stripper was forced to bring a paternity suit against Hunter after he refused to take responsibility for their 16-month-old son.

Ranked among the seediest sex scandals involving Washington-insiders, it came to light that Hunter was having relations with the former DC-stripper while he was in a relationship with his recently deceased brother’s wife, and also dating his current wife.

Investigative journalists have roundly exposed the apparent lack of morals or values among the Bidens. Hunter was caught by journalists using his dead brother’s identity to hide his rehab stay.

Lawyers for the Biden baby-momma faced an uphill battle to get him in court, as Hunter fought tooth-and-nail to avoid taking a DNA test until an Arkansas judge forced the issue. Hunter repeatedly stalled and was nearly held in contempt for failing to comply with the Judge’s orders and show up in court.

His most recent excuse for dodging a court date to reimburse the mother of his child for legal expenses is the coronavirus.

“Defendant (Hunter Biden) requests continuance of the hearing as he is unavailable to attend due to his wife’s due date in 2 and a half weeks or less and risks involved with travel. It is unsafe for the Defendant to travel, as travel restrictions have been implemented both domestically and internationally, particularly on airlines, due to the Coronavirus,” his lawyer claimed in a court filing.

“Setting aside personal endangerment, Defendant reasonably believes that such travel unnecessarily exposes his wife and unborn child to this virus.”

Ironically, Hunter’s 77-year-old father remains on the campaign trail despite the fact the coronavirus puts elderly adults at increased risk. If the relatively low-level health emergency sounds like another lame excuse to avoid taking personal responsibility and releasing financial documents, consider the fact that Hunter’s father spent more than $900,000 on private jets in the third quarter of 2019 alone.

While vice president, Joe Biden routinely provided Air Force Two travel for his son on trips to China and Ukraine, among others. The corruption connected to those trips is now the source of a Senate investigation that may also require Hunter’s presence.

A Senate probe into Ukraine energy outfit, Burisma, has Republicans poised to issue a congressional subpoena calling for Hunter to testify under oath about the role he and his father played. Hunter reportedly sat on the non-working board and received upwards of $84,000 per month.

It’s grown abundantly clear that Hunter and other family members (including Joe’s brother and sister) were selling influence and using the VP’s connections to enrich their lives while Sleazy Joe was Obama’s number two. The senior Biden bragged that he had a Ukraine prosecutor fired who had opened an investigation into Burisma corruption while Hunter Biden siphoned off money.

Sen. Ron Howard and Sen. Chuck Grassley are currently “reviewing potential conflicts of interest posed by the business activities of Hunter Biden and his associates during the Obama administration.”

To answer the question, “Where’s Hunter?” apparently he’s hiding from at least one baby momma and, soon, the U.S. Senate.


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