Hunter Biden brags on newly discovered audio that dad Joe ‘thinks I’m a god’ and will do anything he asks

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(Natural News) If our mainstream media journalists were reporting issues that really matter, Joe Biden would not have gotten within 100 feet of the Oval Office.

We wouldn’t have a dementia patient as president and his son, Hunter Biden, would have been indicted already and standing trial for multiple charges, including tax fraud, lying on a federal firearms background check form and failing to register as a foreign agent.

But we don’t have an honest, unbiased media, so Donald Trump’s reelection was allowed to be stolen and Hunter continues to be exposed as a craven, depraved, drug-addled basket case of a human being.

We got another glimpse into this clown show of an “elite” Democrat family this week amid reports detailing a newly surfaced audio recording by Hunter that was found on his scandal-filled laptop.

“He’ll talk about anything that I want him to, that he believes in,” Hunter said in reference to his father in the Dec. 3, 2018, recording. “If I say it’s important to me, then he will work a way in which to make it a part of his platform. My dad respects me more than he respects anyone in the world, and I know that to be certain, so it’s not going to be about whether it affects his politics.”

“All those fears you think that I have of people not liking me or that I don’t love myself … I don’t fear that. You know why I don’t fear that? Because the man I most admire in the world … thinks I’m a god,” Hunter Biden added in the 77-minute recording, which was made some five months before Joe Biden launched his “successful” 2020 presidential campaign in late April 2019. “And my brother did, too. And the three of us, it was literally — I had the support to know I can do anything.”


The Washington Examiner added: “The recording was located on a copy of Hunter Biden’s abandoned laptop within a password-protected backup of his iPhone XS. Konstantinos ‘Gus’ Dimitrelos, a cyber forensics expert commissioned by the Washington Examiner, located the password during his examination of the hard drive.

“In the recording, Hunter Biden bragged to his friend, British artist Phillipa Horan, that he was ‘better than anybody you know’ as the pair discussed matters ranging from Joe Biden’s presidential aspirations, Hunter Biden’s struggles with addiction, an art project the two were working on together, and philosophical musings on how to live a fulfilling life.

“The conversation was taped at a house in Plum Island, Massachusetts, amid the throes of Hunter Biden’s addiction to crack cocaine.”

“Everyone thinks it, talks about how – ‘How can you be as good as your dad?’ I’m better than my dad,” Hunter Biden said. “You know why I’m better than my dad? Because my dad tells me I’m better than him since I was two years old.”

“Have you ever thought about this: Maybe this is the greatest thing that f***ing ever happened to me,” Hunter Biden said to Horan regarding his addiction to the narcotic drug. “Maybe this is literally the continuation and the continuum of what is going to be the thing that makes me the person that my father believes I am.”

At one point, Horan asked Hunter what his dad thought about his crack addiction.

“He says f***ing stop,” Hunter Biden responded. “He’s scared to death.”

Horan also asked Hunter if his father would address drug reform if he becomes president.

“He’s going to talk about drug reform and any other things that I want him to,” Hunter Biden responded.

Joe Biden hasn’t talked about ‘drug reform’ – guess it’s not important to Hunter – but he has worsened the drug problem in the U.S. by reversing Trump’s immigration and border security policies, which has led to record smuggling of deadly fentanyl.

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