The Florida Republican went through some of the history of Hunter Biden, the degenerate son of former Vice President Joe Biden, during today’s House Judiciary Committee impeachment hearing.
An essential element of the Democrats’ case on abuse of power is that the Bidens did nothing wrong. It can only be an abuse of power and not a correct use of power if the president was pursuing something under which there was no reasonable basis to ask a question about Hunter Biden and Burisma. Hunter Biden and Burisma, well, that’s an interesting story. And I think just about every American knows there’s something up with that.
I don’t want to make light of anybody’s substance abuse issues. I know the president’s working real hard to solve those throughout the country. But it’s a little hard to believe that Burisma hired Hunter Biden to resolve their international disputes when he could not resolve his own dispute with Hertz rental car over leaving cocaine and a crack pipe in the car.
Again, I’m not casting any judgment on any challenges someone goes through in their personal life, but it’s just hard to believe that this is the guy wandering through homeless encampments buying crack who was worth $86,000 a month to Burisma Holdings.
Of course, after he brought all this up, the Democrats and their notetakers in the press said Gaetz’s description of Hunter Biden was a case of “the pot calling the kettle black” since Gaetz was arrested as a young man and given a DUI. The charges were later dropped.
There is absolutely no comparison between Gaetz’s history and that of Hunter Biden, a rampant drug and alcohol abuser who has found all kinds of scammy ways to make money and is currently the subject of a paternity suit.
And yet the press is reporting “pot calling the kettle black” as if it’s serious.