Hunter Biden’s Tax Free Holiday Shopping List: A Ridiculous Rampage of Luxury Spending


Hunter Biden was indicted on nine counts of tax evasion. People have been reading the indictment to find out what the son of the president did and how he managed to avoid being caught.

Hunter Biden, a man who wrote in his autobiography that he had “gone on a bacchanal”, sure lived it up. He gave in to almost every vice an affluent man can indulge in. The whole nine yards: drugs, sex, and trading the name of your father for money. Hunter’s craziness is amazing, this man knows how to party.

Will Scharff is running for Attorney General of Missouri. He worked until the early hours to go through the most recent indictment, and he called out “the greatest hits,” so to speak.

Now, I will not share all 16 posts on X? It’s not the same anymore. I’m going to share some of my favorites with you because they go beyond “He’s got a problem.” They say “Holy @#$%, he’s lost his mind.”

Will noted that Hunter Biden had decided to spend his money on anything but his taxes, which was exactly what Special Prosecutor David Weiss said in the filing.

Oh, sorry. He spent all his money except on taxes and child support.

Hunter’s former wife reportedly saw Hunter’s unfiled tax returns in the trunk. He said they were copies despite the fact the checks were attached. Incredible!

It’s only when the debauchery and sin are apparent that you realize this guy is living a lifestyle Hollywood would envy. He spends a lot of money on strippers, and his “girlfriends” to the point that Hunter’s secretary is upset because one of them is earning more than her. It’s insane.

Then there’s this.

Here I have to disagree with Scharf. Dancing is art. You can’t put it on display in your home, but what about that?

This is also a clear indication that tax reform is needed in this country. Is this even America if your strippers do not count as “business expenses”?

Hunter Biden supports sex workers. Why is the government so against it?

This is behavior that just screams “privilege.” Sure, addiction plays a big role, but this type of addiction – sex, strippers, and snuff – is born of a lot of means and very few instances of people telling you “No.” On a certain level, we should feel pity that someone was allowed to sink so low before finally being offered “help.” At the same time, we know that the people offering help, however meager that help may be, are the reason it happened in the first place.