How the Big Guy gets his 10%

Hunter’s exorbitant rent

Sure, we all charge our children way over market rent to live in the family home.

10 thoughts on “How the Big Guy gets his 10%

  1. Laughable and ugly desperation to see what you want to see.

    Assuming this is real – a big assumption with you people – did drug-addled (per NYP) Hunter Biden own his residence (as he said) or was he paying rent (as he said)? Or was he confused about monthly vs annual? Or was he lying about his current rent – since we know he was broke and begging credit card points from his sister-in-law (per NYP) – in order to be approved for whatever rental he was applying for?

    And, whatever the facts of this matter, President Biden was a private citizen in 2017 and 2018.

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      1. What I see is what we already know and was reported within the links you provided – Hunter Biden was broken and confused. The New York Post reported that Hunter was broke, so where was he getting $50K a month to funnel to his father?

        So, rather than seeing the obvious contradictions and nonsense in this scrawled document, you see evidence of what you really, really want to believe -that President Biden is “corrupt” like everyone else whom you disagree with.

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          1. “The Big Guy got his cut.”

            What part of “broke” escapes your stable genius?

            You are both ridiculous and pitiful. As I noted immediately, ugly desperation to see what you want to see. You are good at that. And even better at not seeing what you don’t want to see.

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          2. And yet he was never too broke for coke and hookers.

            Wehn you can get $90K a month for a no-show Burisma job and a 20% interest in a Chinese energy company for access to the Big Guy, you aren’t really broke.

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          3. “And yet he was never too broke for coke and hookers.”

            Yes, which is why he was broke. As he reported in his book, he lived a profligate and wasteful life and like many drug addicts was reduced to begging from family members. There is no actual evidence that he paid anything like this supposed “rent.”

            By the way, might as well get verifiable facts right . . .

            The Burisma Board gig was not a “no show” job.
            His Board compensation was 35K Euros per month in 2018.
            He did not have a 20% interest in a Chinese energy company. That deal fell through.

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