As the classified document scandal surrounding President Joe Biden continues to expand into every more worrisome nooks and crannies, a worrisome new realization has come to the American people: Where was Hunter Biden in all of this?
Hunter, the son of the President, has long been a troubling figure for US voters. His international business prowess is so far above and beyond his credentials that fears of foreign influence-peddling schemes have existed for decades. When combined with the evidence of his proclivity for crack cocaine and prostitutes, the implications become both obvious and alarming.
And, as it turns out, those fears were fully warranted.
Newly published photos show Hunter Biden had access to Joe Biden’s beloved Corvette that the president says was kept in a “locked garage” alongside classified documents from his time as vice president.
The pictures, obtained from Hunter Biden’s abandoned laptop and verified for authenticity by the Washington Free Beacon on Wednesday, cast doubt on the 80-year-old president’s claims that the top-secret papers discovered in a garage at his 6,850-square-foot Wilmington, Delaware, mansion were properly secured.Trending:
The snaps, taken on an iPhone just outside the president’s home, show Hunter Biden in the driver’s seat of his father’s Goodwood Green 1967 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray convertible in July 2017, the newspaper reported.
In a now-infamous tussle between the elder Biden and a White House reporter, a troubling picture of personal irresponsibility emerged.
“Classified materials next to your Corvette? What were you thinking?” Fox News reporter Peter Doocy asked Biden.
“My Corvette is in a locked garage, OK? So it’s not like they’re sitting out on the street,” Biden replied, seeming to brush off the significance of the discovery.
“So it was in a locked garage?” Doocy persisted.
“Yes, as well as my Corvette,” Biden claimed.
If Hunter has the key, the garage being locked makes little difference.