Hunter Biden’s New Memoir Talks About Drug Addiction, Trump, & Working For Burisma


President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter Biden, recently released a memoir called “Beautiful Things” where he tried to clear his name of any ethical wrongdoings, criticize former President Donald Trump, and go into detail about his crack-cocaine addiction. While the book doesn’t talk about his ongoing investigation by the FBI and IRS on money laundering schemes, it does nothing more than act as a cover-up for all of the laptop scandals that were already suppressed by mainstream media last year.

Hunter Biden calls Trump’s political climate an “up-is-down Orwellian political climate” and said Trump tried to destroy him and his father while diverting the attention from “his own corrupt behavior.” He claims that his time on the board of the Ukrainian energy firm Burisma was not unethical and that it was nothing more than “debunked conspiracy theories.”

Hard to call something a conspiracy theory when there’s proof of receipts pointing otherwise. Reports were revealed that Hunter was paid a whopping $83,000 per month to serve as a board member, as well as a $3.4 million dollar payout to Rosemont Seneca Bohai LLC for “consulting services.” Rosemont Seneca Bohai LLC was run by Devon Archer and business partner Hunter Biden.

While Hunter has admitted in the past that his last name was gold to the Burisma company for securing a well-paying job, the book says otherwise. “I am not Eric Trump or Donald Trump Jr. I’ve worked for someone other than my father. I rose and fell on my own,” he writes.

Hunter also shares his downfall into drug addiction, where he let a homeless drug dealer move in with him, bought crack-cocaine off the streets of Washington D.C, cooked drugs inside a hotel bungalow in Los Angeles, and at one point dropped off the grid to live in a $59-a-night Super 8 motel. He wrote of his ’16-hour benders’ binging vodka when his father was vice president and dissolving his two-decade-long marriage by sleeping with his late brother’s widow Hallie Biden. At one point, he even says he was smoking crack every 15 minutes.

It’s hard to believe he wouldn’t launder millions of dollars from the Burisma board, which already has reputed organized crime ties. He’s already written about everything he’d sacrifice for drugs and alcohol. What makes this any different? On top of that, Hunter is currently the subject of a strange missing firearm case in 2018 after Hallie Biden dropped off a gun in a trash bin by a local high school. He also lied on the background check form about having any “substance abuse” issues in the first place. The lies just keep stacking on.

A group of Irish filmmakers, Phelim McAleer and Ann McElhinney, are currently raising funds to produce the film “My Son Hunter,” which would focus on the established facts of one of the largest political crime families. The film will also look at Hunter’s business dealings in Ukraine and China, as well as a detailed look into the Hunter Biden investigation, which is being done by David Weiss.

The mainstream media will continue suppressing articles about Hunter’s shady foreign business dealings and what happened to the gun Hallie stuffed in a trash bin, but that’s the only way the radical left knows how to operate. If the facts don’t align with their narrative, then they get called a “right-wing conspiracy theory” and pushed to the side.