Hunter Biden Set to Go On Counterattack Against GOP

The new US Congress, which is going to convene in January, is bound to present heated drama to the American public.

Aides of Hunter Biden are planning to go on the offensive as the future Republican-dominated House of Representatives gears to investigate the first son.

Biden Dems Bracing for Impact in New Congress

Scandalous revelations about Sleepy Joe’s offspring Hunter have come largely, but not only, from the so-called “laptop from hell,” which he abandoned in a computer shop in Delaware in 2019. 

The laptop materials reveal Hunter has been involved in questionable business deals with individuals and companies from communist China and Putin’s Russia, while Joe Biden was vice president. They also exposed he is severely addicted to prostitutes, alcohol, and drugs. 

The first laptop story emerged in October 2020, ahead of the 2020 presidential election, in the New York Post, but was censored by Twitter, whose management actively conspired with Joe Biden’s presidential campaign. 

The scope of the censorship became clear after Twitter’s new owner, Elon Musk, started releasing internal records, the so-called “Twitter Files.” 

With the GOP probes coming, the Democratic camp is bracing for impact. Hunter Biden aides are preparing a “counterattack” by filing defamation lawsuits against some who have talked about the laptop revelations, The Washington Post reports.

According to the report, a group of Hunter helpers spearheaded by Hollywood lawyer and novelist Kevin Morris met in September to come up with a strategy to fight back against likely House GOP investigations.

Morris’ clique decided the strategy should be “aggressive,” pro-active, and raising Hunter Biden’s public profile, WaPo claims by citing sources from the meeting.

Too Many Cliques May Spoil Hunter’s Defense

Thus, the group plans to have Sleepy Joe’s prodigal son sue some of his “accusers,” such as Rudy Giuliani, Eric Trump, and Fox News.

The cabal also focused on digging dirt on two likely key witnesses against Hunter – his former business partner Tony Bobulinski and John Paul Mac Isaac, the computer shop owner who gave the laptop hard drive to Rudy Giuliani.

David Brock, a liberal activist present at the September meeting, which Hunter Biden briefly joined over the phone, said the Morris clique agreed there was a pro-Hunter “counternarrative missing” from the public discourse.

At the same time, however, two other left-wing “power centers” – the White House and the Democratic National Committee (DNC) – also put together “Hunter Biden response teams” to counter the likely fallout from Republican House probes. 

According to The Washington Post’s multiple sources, this created a “risk” for both Hunter and Joe Biden. The three different cliques seemed like a “hodgepodge of efforts” which don’t “share a unified approach” in the prodigal first son’s defense. 

Thus, both the White House and DNC would prefer Hunter Biden to keep a low profile, emphasizing he is a private citizen having nothing to do with the president and the White House.

GOP Rep. James Comer, however, who will chair the House Oversight Committee, made it clear the investigations into Hunter Biden would focus on the role of his father, Joe Biden. 

This article appeared in The State Today and has been published here with permission.