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Hunter Biden

MODEST HUNTER: Embattled First Son Suggests His Sobriety Key to 'Future of Democracy'

posted by Hannity Staff - 2.26.24

During a recent interview with Axios, embattled First Son Hunter Biden suggested that his sobriety is a key element in keeping the future of America safe.

“I have something much bigger than even myself at stake,” Hunter told the outlet.

“We are in the middle of a fight for the future of democracy,” the twice-indicted 54-year-old added.

“You have to believe that you’re worth the work, or you’ll never be able to get sober. But I often do think of the profound consequences of failure here,” the younger Biden told the outlet.

“Maybe it’s the ultimate test for a recovering addict — I don’t know,” he went on. “I have always been in awe of people who have stayed clean and sober through tragedies and obstacles few people ever face. They are my heroes, my inspiration.”

From The New York Post:

Hunter has used his battle with drug addiction as part of his defense strategy against two federal indictments and a House impeachment inquiry into his 81-year-old father, arguing in op-eds and statements to the press that his illness has been weaponized by his dad’s political enemies.

“In the depths of my addiction, I was extremely irresponsible with my finances. But to suggest that is grounds for [an] impeachment inquiry is beyond absurd,” he told reporters after dodging a subpoena to appear before the House Oversight Committee in December.

Hunter added that his father had never been “financially involved” in his foreign business dealings, which involved associates from Ukraine, China, Russia, Mexico and Kazakhstan who later paid six- and seven-figure sums to himself and first brother James Biden.

The first son surprised Oversight panel members the following month by showing up as they weighed a contempt of Congress vote against him — but he later agreed to sit for a closed-door transcribed interview on Wednesday.

More over at The New York Post:

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