Hunter Biden is perturbed. He doesn’t think it’s appropriate that people judge him. He’s a Biden; thus, above judgment.
Biden feels judged over his addiction to drugs. And prostitutes. And money. Oh, and power. Hunter feels like he’s being vilified.
Over four years ago, I chose life over the slow strangle-death grip of addiction, which in my case consisted each day of a bottle of vodka and as many hits on a crack pipe as possible. I am prouder of that choice and of my recovery than anything I’ve ever done.
While I do feel sorry for people who suffer from addiction, they each had a choice. And Hunter Biden had many opportunities and the means to quit. Instead, Hunter fed the beast.
He indulged in drugs so much that he made drug use and hanging with prostitutes fashionable. Further, Hunter documented his crack-fueled binges and other vices on social media.
Now however, Hunter wants us to understand his plight as he provided these additional insights:
My experience is not a unique one. At least 20 million Americans today suffer from substance abuse disorder. I don’t know a family that hasn’t been impacted in some way by addiction. What is distinct about my situation is that I’m the son of the president of the United States.
Sorry Hunter. But that crack addiction happened long before Biden the Elder got cheated into the Oval Office. And if the cocaine baggy found recently indicates anything, it’s that Hunter continues to partake.
Still, Hunter blames others. So like his father, Hunter Biden jumped on the disinformation train:
My struggles and my mistakes have been fodder for a vile and sustained disinformation campaign against him, and an all-out annihilation of my reputation through high-pitched but fruitless congressional investigations and, more recently, criminal charges for possessing an unloaded gun for 11 days five years ago – charges that appear to be the first-ever of their kind brought in the history of Delaware.
Poor Hunter. The product of a witch hunt?
I seem to recall that all the information gathered about Hunter Biden came from none other than Hunter Biden. Ironically, we got a wealth of information about Hunter from Hunter’s laptop from hell. Moreover, when the laptop was discovered, Hunter pretended that he didn’t know if the laptop was his.
The laptop contained pornographic pictures and videos of Hunter with prostitutes and who knows who else. He also kept emails chronicling the family business, and much more. The FBI help this computer for months, knowing it was Hunter Biden’s information and property, yet they sat on the evidence of Hunter’s (and possibly other Biden family members’) criminal activities.
Let’s say it together: Hunter Biden is the victim here.
The man ran point for the Biden family business; a business that sold access to Joe Biden. Hunter’s role put him in the spotlight. Being honest, Hunter actually ran a decent business for a crackhead.
In his plea to stop making him the poster child for addiction, Hunter then wants to convince us that he accepts what’s happening.
I accept that the choices and mistakes are mine.
I am not a victim. By any standard, I grew up with privilege and opportunity, and fully accept that the choices and mistakes I made are mine, and I am accountable for them and will continue to be.
That is what recovery is about.
Then why complain? If Hunter has truly accepted what he’s done, then he must accept the consequences. How many crackheads get the opportunities he’s received? Answer: ZERO.
So please put the violin away, Hunter. He speaks of the “demonization of addiction, of human frailty, using me as its avatar and the devastating consequences it has for the millions struggling with addiction”.
Millions who struggle with addition don’t have access to what Hunter had. And most people understand the issues related to addiction and we sympathize. But not when the Biden family uses addiction to sell out the country.
Hunter claims that he was “desperate for a way out”. We made thing difficult as he was “being bombarded by the denigrating and near-constant coverage of me and my addiction on Fox News (more airtime than GOP presidential candidate Ron DeSantis) and in The New York Post (an average of two stories a day over the past year).”
I’m not buying it. You get bombarded when you make yourself a human interest story. Frankly, people weren’t interested in Hunter Biden for his crack addition. They were interested because Hunter ran the family’s crooked influence peddling business. If Hunter Biden had been a run-of-the-mill crackhead, he would be a much more sympathetic subject.
I have no sympathy for Hunter Biden.
He and his family used and abused the American taxpayer, so Hunter could pay for blow and well, “blows”. Hunter fed his addictions on the backs of hardworking Americans, and his family profited by trying to sell out the country.
Of this I have no doubt. And if we ever get to the real truth about the Bidens, they will have few remaining friends or cohorts willing to cover for them.