Is Hunter Biden’s art, Priced at $75,000 to $500,000, a Money-Laundering Scheme?

Painting by Hunter Biden, Youtube
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CNN host Victor Blackwell mocked Hunter Biden’s upcoming art auction where his art is priced as high as $500,000 as a poorly veiled pay-to-play scheme. Blackwell said that an artist entering the market at $75,000 to half a million dollars…it just doesn’t happen unless you’re going for the name.” He queried, “And what does that name mean in this context?” White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki said that the gallery will keep the identity of the bidders of Hunter’s artwork from Hunter and the Biden administration — and the public. -GEG

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Karl McGaugh
Karl McGaugh
6 months ago

Money laundering is at the heart of the Biden criminal enterprise. When we consider how foreign aid works, & non-government charities work, rampant money laundering is going on to cover the illegal political contributions and outright theft of tax dollars.