Key Point: It was totally unnecessary for first son Hunter Biden to make the spectacle of his daughter’s alimony court case that he did – it was truly sad.
There are some people who never learn.
Those who have deviant personalities tend to be among that lot.
Hunter Biden has been in the legal spotlight for many years.
Now that Hunter Biden’s father is the president and the House Republicans are investigating him, one would think that Hunter would want to maintain a lower profile.
That does not seem to be Hunter’s way, though.
In fact, he is increasingly taking the spotlight with his antics related to court proceedings—most recently involving his ex-girlfriend, a stripper from Washington, D.C., named Lunden Roberts who is the mother to their four-year-old daughter, Navy, and who is suing Hunter for larger alimony checks. Rather than submit and keep his name out of the press, Hunter just won’t let this one go.
He’s like a child who keeps putting his hand closer and closer to the hot stovetop, waiting to see when it will get burned. And once the hand does get burned (it always does in these situations), he will begin screaming and crying uncontrollably.
It’s the nature of deviant personalities to behave this way. What’s more, it’s the nature of someone who is insulated from the world by massive wealth and a powerful family who never learns his lesson.
Hunter Biden: A History of Scandals
Think about the scandals and personal crises that have surrounded Hunter Biden over the years.
Anyone else who endured these experiences might have sought help and stepped back from their immature and irresponsible, criminal behavior.
Not Hunter, though.
It’s as though he likes the heat. There are, in fact, criminals who just want to be caught, who have a perverse psychological need to be caught doing bad things.
Hunter Biden’s list of bad behaviors that have gotten him into trouble is extensive.
First, he was kicked out of the prestigious US Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, for being a drug addict and having disciplinary issues.
Second, Hunter Biden is accused to have ran a scandalous international business that many have likened to a global influence-peddling scheme where world governments, multinational corporations, and important individuals paid Hunter millions of dollars for access to his powerful father.
There are many other bad behaviors that Hunter has engaged in—many of them that have probably been covered up.
For example, much of Hunter’s alleged misdeeds surrounding his global, likely corrupt influence-peddling scheme where he was paid ridiculous amounts of money to set up international leaders and powerful groups to meet with his father were only revealed to the public after Hunter Biden dropped off an incriminating laptop to a computer repair shop in Delaware.
The person repairing the laptop saw Hunter’s lifetime of misdeeds saved on the hard drive and became concerned that he was viewing possibly criminal activities perpetrated by the man who would become America’s First Son.
Hunter Biden Looks Like Self-Destruction Case
With all this going on, Hunter Biden has decided to double-down on the battle with Lunden Roberts over how much money he should be paying her for alimony.
The initial fight was over Hunter Biden’s refusal to take a paternity test.
Then came the revelation from that court-ordered test that, in fact, Hunter Biden was the father of young Navy Roberts. From there, Lunden Roberts wanted her daughter to be legally recognized as a member of the Biden Family.
This, was a bridge too far.
For a family, such as the Bidens, who publicly promote their love of the Biden Family grandchildren, it seemed incongruous that the forty-sixth president and his wife, First Lady Jill Biden, refused to so much as hang a stocking for young Navy Roberts on their mantle the last two Christmases. Despite the scientific findings that Navy Roberts is a grandchild of Joe Biden, there has been no acknowledgement of this fact.
Now, Hunter wants to pay less in child support to his own daughter. To make that case, Hunter Biden hopped on a private jet that belonged to his legal adviser and friend, Kevin Roberts, and flew from Washington, D.C., to the courthouse in Arkansas and back in the same day. The private jet flight cost between $55,000 and $117,000 dollars to fly a round-trip of 7,326 miles.
All that just for the obnoxiously wealthy Hunter Biden—whose money was derived through less-than-honest means—to cry poormouth to the judge in an attempt to deny his own four-year-old daughter the kind of support that any father should be required to provide for their child.
Legitimate Public Concerns About Hunter’s Possible Criminality
Hunter’s shameless Arkansas excursion highlights the entitled and, frankly, obscene behavior that has come to define Hunter Biden.
His father, who was likely a beneficiary—indeed, may have been its silent architect—of Hunter’s allegedly corrupt global influence-peddling scheme insists that his son is being bullied by vicious partisans. Joe Biden wants us to leave his poor, suffering son alone and stop glorifying his troubles which stem from addiction.
That couldn’t be farther from the truth.
The interest in Hunter is exclusively because of his allegedly criminal behavior as it relates to corruption. Whatever other interests the media has in highlighting Hunter Biden’s nasty proclivities is merely twisted icing on the degenerate, criminal cake that the Biden Syndicate has spent decades of “public service” baking.
Highlighting Hunter’s illicit behavior and his excessive personality merely shows how dangerous his schemes are and how serious the Republicans are about putting an end to the criminality.
It was totally unnecessary for Hunter Biden to make the spectacle of his daughter’s alimony court case that he did. Hunter did that to demonstrate his power and control. It has done little to endear him with investigators or the public.
Once Hunter Biden is taken down, it is likely only a matter of time before his criminal financial ties to his presidential father are uncovered. Hunter’s recent bad behavior just serves as a motivating force for investigators to put an end to his corruption.
A 19FortyFive Senior Editor, Brandon J. Weichert is a former Congressional staffer and geopolitical analyst who is a contributor at The Washington Times, as well as at American Greatness and the Asia Times. He is the author of Winning Space: How America Remains a Superpower (Republic Book Publishers), Biohacked: China’s Race to Control Life (May 16), and The Shadow War: Iran’s Quest for Supremacy (July 23). Weichert can be followed via Twitter @WeTheBrandon.