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Lauren Boebert attempts to shame Hunter Biden and fails miserably

Many GOP lawmakers attempted to grab the moral high ground yesterday. They expressed outrage that Hunter Biden, the son of President Joe Biden, refused to appear before a closed-door deposition with James Comer’s chamber committee.

Hunter Biden says he does not trust how the committee would relay his testimony to the public. He says he’d be happy to appear before an open hearing and full committee.

Yesterday, Hunter appeared outside Congress. He spoke to reporters to explain why he would not comply with the subpoena from House Republicans.

“For six years, I’ve been the target of the unrelenting Trump attack machine shouting. ‘Where’s Hunter?’” he said. “Well, here’s my answer. I am here.”

“Let me state as clearly as I can: My father was not financially involved in my business — Not as a practicing lawyer. Not as a board member of Burisma, not in my partnership with a Chinese private businessman, not my investment at all nor abroad, and certainly not as an artist.

“In the depths of my addiction, I was extremely irresponsible with my finances. But to suggest that is grounds for an impeachment inquiry is beyond the absurd. It’s shameless. There’s no evidence to support the allegations that my father was financially involved in my business, because it did not happen,” Hunter Biden said.

One of those to take umbrage with Biden’s words was Rep. Lauren Boebert. She resented him calling the GOP “shameless”.

“Hunter Biden says that the House GOP has no shame,” she tweeted. “Has he ever seen his own laptop?”


Online, people were quick to roll their eyes at Boebert’s latest tweet. The Colorado lawmaker, who runs on a platform of traditional, family values, has made headlines in the past for her own brushes with law officials. Then there was that recent incident when a theater ejected her for vaping and disrupting other theatergoers. She had attended a performance of the Beetlejuice musical with a male companion.


Hunter Biden could now face a Contempt of Congress charge. However, this would rely on every GOP lawmaker in the House voting for it. They have a very slim majority.

Yesterday, the House moved to formalize its impeachment inquiry into President Biden with a House vote. Lawmakers voted 221-212 along party lines, although no Republican appears able to identify the actual criminal acts they suspect President Biden is guilty of.

In a statement, President Biden slammed House Republicans for what he sees as a “baseless political stunt.”

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