President Joe Biden has repeatedly made it clear with his frequent oblique references that he would get in trouble for straying from the instructions given to him. It is not clear who is behind the Biden administration’s dumpster fire. Rumours have suggested that Ron Klain, Barack Obama and other chief of staff are all possible candidates. Hunter Biden is now a possible suspect. Hunter Biden, in a Dec. 3, 2018, recording, boasts about Old Joe, saying that he will talk about any topic that I ask him, and that he believes.
Hunter’s statements might not be more than the grandiosity in a crack haze. But Hunter was convinced of his father’s influence and said: “If he says it’s important, then he’ll work out a way to make it part of his platform.” My dad loves me more than anyone else in the world. I know this to be true, so it is not about whether it impacts his politics.
Hunter was proud to tell Old Joe how much he admired him. “All those fears that I have about people not liking or loving me…I don’t fear that.” Why do you not fear that? Because that’s the man I admire most in the world, the god to me, believes I’m a God. My brother believed it, too. It was literally, I had the support to do anything. Hunter added that Hunter also thought it. Do you know why I’m so much better than my father? Since I was two years old, my dad has told me that I’m superior to him.
Hunter Biden is the one calling the shots at the White House. Someone is. Joe Biden has repeatedly said that he does not know who is doing this. He said at the G7 Summit in June 2021, “I’m sorry. I’m going get in trouble with staff” He didn’t say. Biden said that he was being told not to answer too many questions at a Nov. 2021 press conference. This question was not surprising to the press.
Joe said, “I am supposed to stop, and walk out of this room.” He then answered a reporter’s question on Aug. 30, 2021. But when it turned out that the question was about his disastrous handling of the U.S. withdrawal in Afghanistan, he replied, “I am not gonna answer Afghanistan now.” and he walked off.
Joe Biden also provided evidence that his press conferences were carefully planned and directed. He said that he would take questions and, as usual, people, they gave him a list of names to call. Nobody asked. He has also referred to his reporter list on other occasions; apparently he knows the questions he will be asked and has prepared answers.
Hunter is also asked by Hunter if Joe Biden, the president, will talk about drug reform during the same recording. Hunter replied with the most bravado possible: He’ll talk about drug reform and other topics that I request.