Hunter Biden has launched a new sympathy campaign to attempt to convince the American people that Republicans investigating his crimes are actually “trying to kill” him.
Democrat President Joe Biden’s son made the claims during an appearance Friday on the Moby Pod podcast, according to Fox News.
Biden’s appearance came after he was criminally indicted in California on Thursday.
The president’s son is facing nine charges: Three felonies and six misdemeanors.
The charges are all tax crimes.
In an honest justice system, Hunter Biden would be facing up to 17 years in prison for the charges.
Several parts of Hunter Biden’s hour-long podcast appearance deserve attention.
At one point, he refers to his critics as “motherf******.”
Biden, referring to the various indictments and investigations that he is facing, said:
“One of the reasons why I’m going to survive this — and I’m going to survive it clean and sober — is because I am not going to let these motherf****** use me as just another example of why people in recovery are never going to be okay, never to be trusted, they’re all degenerates.
“I’m just not going to let that happen.”
At another point in the interview, Biden alleged that the Republicans who have been investigating him are “not healthy people.”
He continued by claiming that congressional committee leaders are “trying to kill” him to hurt his father’s presidency.
“They are trying to destroy a presidency,” Biden said.
“And, so, it’s not about me.
“In their most base way, what they’re trying to do is they’re trying to kill me, knowing that it will be a pain greater than my father could be able to handle.
“And, so, therefore, destroying a presidency in that way.”
The president’s son went on to place further blame on President Donald Trump.
He claims that Trump is responsible for the “underlying sickness” that America is facing.
Hunter Biden is facing criticism for the interview with many pointing out that it sounds as though he is placing blame on everyone and everything other than himself, on whom the blame really belongs.
In the meantime, there is a lot of skepticism about the whole situation, including about the most recent indictment.
House Oversight Committee Chair Rep. James Comer (R-KY), one of the lead congressional investigators of the Biden family’s business said on Friday:
We think there’s many more crimes. and my concern is that Weiss may have indicted Hunter Biden to protect him from having to be deposed in the House Oversight Committee on Wednesday.
Hunter Biden is supposed to provide private testimony to Congress this upcoming week.
Before the indictment, he and his lawyer had been trying to get out of this.
Now, Comer and others believe that there is a good chance that Biden and his lawyer will try to use this latest indictment to avoid providing the testimony.
We’ll have to see how this all plays out: whether the charges brought against Biden are legitimate or whether it is all just a ploy by the Democrats to get him off the hook.
Time will tell.