Trump’s Indicted While Hunter’s Selling His Paintings Again to God Knows Who – Watch
While Trump is being falsely indicted, the Biden family business is continuing down its crooked pathway.
Hunter Biden is set to resume selling paintings to anonymous buyers in New York City this week. This is happening while the House is pursuing its investigation into the beginner painters’ outlandish sales.
Hunter’s art will be featured at a New York art exhibition right next to some pretty famous abstract painters on Thursday. The event will be held at Hunter’s art dealer’s gallery, the Georges Bergès Gallery in Soho.
Painters alongside the novice presidential son include works by renowned artists Elaine de Kooning and Helen Frankenthaler.
The president’s son is scheduled to attend the exhibition to promote his work, the New York Post reported.
Hunter Biden has sold about 12 paintings for less than his asking price of…hold on to your hat, $500,000, according to the Washington Post.
No one knows for sure how much he has made from his art, but estimates indicate he has earned at least five times more than the average American artist.
Adam Thompson is a prominent artist from Miami, he told the media that Hunter should donate proceeds of any anonymous art sales to charity and not to President Joe Biden.
Buyers of Hunter Biden’s artwork will remain anonymous, and this is ripe for pay-for-play concerns.
“I hope Hunter Biden has some at least some self-awareness of how his work got where it is — and I hope he’ll think about kicking some of it back to some school art programs and not just to “the big guy,” Thompson said.
House Oversight Committee Chair James Comer (R-KY) told the media in November that he is 95 percent sure Hunter’s sold artwork has found its way to China, potentially compromising the president.
Comer has requested Hunter’s art dealer Georges Bergès to cooperate with his investigation.
Buyers of Hunter Biden's artwork, which will be featured in an exhibition in New York later this year, will remain anonymous, sparking pay-for-play concerns. https://t.co/0lr3A26YLQ
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So a Hunter Biden "painting" costs up to $500,000.00, but a painting by a legendary rockstar goes for just $90,000? https://t.co/SIMOVDgE9Q
— Breitbart News (@BreitbartNews) June 27, 2021