A Republican Colorado rep thoroughly ripped sales of Hunter Biden’s alleged art during testimony before the House Judiciary Committee Thurs.
Using the hearing to highlight Hunter’s shady art deals, Colo. Rep. Ken Buck displayed art pieces from acclaimed impressionist artists Claude Monet and Edgar Degas, pointing out Hunter’s amateur functions curiously fetched similar costs at auction.
This might be the GREATEST thing you’ll watch nowadays. 🔥 @RepKenBuck absolutely NUKES Hunter Biden’s crack art plus Biden’s family corruption in under 5 minutes— Leaves AG Garland SPEECHLESS.
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— Benny (@bennyjohnson) Oct 21, 2021
After Rep. Buck described the Monet and Degas paintings were listed in Christie’s auction company just for $700, 000 and $500, 000 respectively, he considered Hunter’s works.
“ You may recognize this painting is a Hunter Biden. The Hunter Biden painting sold for $500, 000, ” Rep. Buck told Garland, adding the president’s boy had no formal art training and was not able to find a gallery to sponsor his works prior to 2020.
“ And what happened in 2020 that changed all that, is that his dad became president of the United States. Now a single piece of art through Hunter Biden sells for more than the average American home. ”
Rep. Buck followed upward by asking whether Garland intended to appoint a special advice to investigate the Biden art grift, as mentioned in a letter he’d sent the DOJ.
“[For] the same reason I am not to respond to questions regarding investigations of the former leader or anyone else, I’m never going to discuss or otherwise with respect to any US citizen, ” Garland responded.
“ You are allowed to tell us whether you will find a special counsel, ” Buck told him.
Buck also cited responses from former President Barack Obama’s ethics chief Walt Shaub, who in July chastised the Biden management for allowing Hunter in order to profit of his dad’s fame.
“ Hunter Biden should cancel this art sale because he knows the prices are based on their dad’s job, ” Shaub said in July. “ Shame on POTUS if he doesn’t ask Seeker to stop. ”
Garland was later questioned simply by Rep. Tom McClintock (R-Calif. ) who asked about a bank accounts distributed by Hunter and his dad .
“ If that doesn’t call for an independent investigation into the president, what would? ” McClintock questioned.