Hunter Biden Claims He’s Staying Sober to ‘Fight for the Future of Democracy’ by Stopping Trump

Democrat President Joe Biden’s son Hunter has claimed that he is staying sober so he can focus on the critical 2024 election.

According to Hunter Biden, staying off alcohol and drugs is key to ensuring that President Donald Trump doesn’t secure a second term in the White House.

Hunter Biden reportedly made the claims in a new interview published Monday.

“Most importantly, you have to believe that you’re worth the work, or you’ll never be able to get sober,” Hunter Biden told Axios about his drug addiction.

“But I often do think of the profound consequences of failure here.

“Maybe it’s the ultimate test for a recovering addict – I don’t know,” the president’s son said.

“I have always been in awe of people who have stayed clean and sober through tragedies and obstacles few people ever face.

“They are my heroes, my inspiration.”

“I have something much bigger than even myself at stake,” he added.

“We are in the middle of a fight for the future of democracy.”

Hunter Biden said he feels obligated to “make it through that fight clean and sober, and I feel a responsibility to everyone struggling through their own recovery to succeed.”

“I don’t care whether you’re 10 years sober, two years sober, two months sober or 200 years sober — your brain at some level is always telling you there’s still one answer,” he said.

The president’s son also gave advice to others struggling to stay sober.

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“Embrace the state in which you came into recovery — which is that feeling of hopelessness which forces you into a choice,” he said.

“And then understand that what is required is that you basically have to change everything.”

The bizarre “noble” comments come as Hunter Biden is embroiled in legal troubles and scandals involving his family.

He is expected to testify before closed doors on Wednesday before the Republican-led House Oversight and Judiciary committees.

During the hearing, lawmakers are expected to focus on President Biden’s family business dealings, as well as Hunter’s addiction to alcohol and crack cocaine.

In a filing last week, the Justice Department alleged that Hunter Biden’s iPhone had pictures and videos of “apparent” cocaine, crack cocaine, and drug paraphernalia documenting his drug use in November and December 2018.

Hunter Biden is charged with lying about his drug use on a federal form to purchase a firearm.

The filing also revealed that Hunter talked about his drug use with his then-girlfriend, Hallie Biden.

Hunter’s lawyers disputed one of the photos, saying it depicted sawdust, not drug residue.

Meanwhile, Hunter Biden’s notorious laptop’s content provided a window into his overseas business dealings.

It also exposed more sordid material like homemade sex tapes and videos that appeared to show him using illegal drugs.

The New York Post’s reporting about the laptop was censored on social media before the 2020 election amid pressure from the FBI.

Last July, Hunter Biden swore in a federal court hearing that he had been sober since June 1, 2019.

At a hearing in September, U.S. Magistrate Judge Christopher Burke said Hunter Biden had tested negative for drugs and alcohol since August.

His legal team told Axios that Hunter has continued to test negative since then.

However, a baggie of cocaine was found at the White House in a storage locker last July, with many believing that it belonged to the president’s son.

However, the Secret Service mysteriously closed its investigation without identifying a suspect.

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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