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Hunter Biden’s Paintings Expected To Sell For $500k A Piece

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President Joe Biden’s middle child Hunter is no stranger to scandals and controversies even before his father was elected to lead the nation. Recently, the self-confessed former crack addict decided to become a full-time artist and make a modest living out of his works. 

Well, that is if you can call half a million dollars ‘modest,’ because his paintings are expected to sell at the price of $500k per piece. Aside from being an artist, Hunter is also a hedge fund and a banker, so it is not surprising how good he is at raking in boatloads of cash.

In an interview with Berlin-based artnet.com, Hunter Biden provided a peek into his weird artist wannabe mentality.

“The universal truth is that everything is connected and that there’s something that goes far beyond what is our five senses and that connects us all. The thing that really fascinates me is the connection between the macro and the micro, and how these patterns repeat themselves over and over,” Hunter said.

Soho art dealer Georges Bergès will be helping Hunter organize an art exhibit in New York and in Los Angeles this year. According to the New York Post, Bergès “regularly features works by Chinese artists and told a Chinese network that he was keen to open other art galleries in Beijing and Shanghai in 2015.”

Hunter was actually exposed recently for his deals with CCP-owned businesses in China. This issue was brought into public view by Government Accountability Institute (GAI) president and Secret Empires author Peter Schweizer, in a 2019 interview with Sean Hannity.

“In China, [Hunter] travels with his father in December [2013] aboard Air Force Two. While his father is meeting with Chinese officials, Hunter Biden is doing we don’t know what. But the evidence becomes clear because ten days after they return to Washington, his small boutique investment firm, Rosemont Seneca, gets a $1 billion deal,” Schweizer elaborated.

“That’s $1 billion with a ‘B,’ later expanded to $1.5 billion. And that deal is with the Chinese government,” he explained. “It’s a deal that nobody else has in China. Goldman Sachs, Bank of America, Deutsche Bank, nobody,” Schweizer added.

Schweizer would later on explain on Breitbart News, the connection between Hunter’s connivance with the communist state of China and his upcoming art display.

“Hunter Biden was repeatedly hired and given deals by foreign entities that he was clearly not qualified for in the hopes of getting favors from his father. It is not a stretch to believe that foreign entities will pay for or commission his works of art at inflated prices to do the same,” Schweizer explained.

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