Hunter Biden Shows Up At Congressional Hearing – WATCH

Recently Hunter Biden pulled a stunt by appearing at a Congressional hearing deciding if they would hold him in contempt for failing to appear when subpoenaed by Congress.

His appearance caused chaos, and Republican Congresswoman Nancy Mace said he should be arrested on the spot.

“You are the epitome of white privilege. Coming into the Oversight Committee, spitting in our face, ignoring a congressional subpoena to be deposed. What are you afraid of? You have no balls to come up here,” she said.

“I think that Hunter Biden should be arrested right here, right now, and go straight to jail,” she added.

Hunter Biden, with his attorney present, left the hearing when it was time for Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene to speak.

However, as Hunter was walking the halls of the Capitol surrounded by the media, one reporter got his attention, and he didn’t like the question.

Reporter Eric Parker asked Hunter, “What type of crack does he like?” That got Hunter’s attention and he turned around to see who said it.

The timeline isn’t clear, but Parker apparently asked the question twice.

There has been news that Hunter Biden is putting together a documentary to rehabilitate his image, and many believe his stunt showing up at Congress was so he could get clips for his film.

During the hearing the debate was firece and several times shouting matches erupted.

“He blatantly defied two lawful subpoenas,” Oversight Committee chairman James Comer said in opening remarks. “Hunter Biden’s willful refusal to comply with the committee’s subpoenas is a criminal act. It constitutes contempt of Congress and warrants referral to the appropriate United States Attorney’s Office for prosecution as prescribed by the law. We will not provide Hunter Biden with special treatment because of his last name.”

“Today is all about a combination of chutzpah and delusional theory,” Rep. Gerry Connolly, a Virginia Democrat, said.

The Committe advanced the resolution recommending that Hunter Biden be held in criminal contempt of Congress. The next will be that the entire House will vote.


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