A bombshell broken by the Daily Mail yesterday as newly unearthed messages show that Hunter Biden repeatedly called his white attorney the N-word.
In an exchange on Dec. 13, 2018, taken from Hunter’s abandoned laptop and first reported by Daily Mail.com, the younger Biden asked Chicago-based corporate attorney George Mesires, “How much money do I owe you” before adding “Becaause [sic] n—a you better not be charging me Hennessy rates”
“Hunter Biden used the n-word several times in text message conversations with his lawyer, according to the Daily Mail, which has reviewed the text messages that were discovered on his laptop.
The shocking text messages come in the wake of Joe Biden’s speech on the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa massacre, during which he vowed to end systemic racism.
According to the report, Hunter “joked in a January 2019 text to corporate attorney George Mesires about a ‘big penis’, and said to the lawyer: ‘I only love you because you’re black’ and ‘true dat n***a’.”
George Mesires, Hunter’s lawyer, is white.
In another text, Hunter tells Mesires, “how much money do I owe you. Becaause (sic) n***a you better not be charging me Hennessy rates.”
“That made me snarf my coffee,” Mesires replied.
“That’s what im saying ni…” Hunter responded, leaving the racial slur only partially written.
After that, Hunter texted a photo to Mesires, which was not described by the Daily Mail.
“Why are you so tan?”
“I’m sorry for sexting you accidentally that was meant for another friend named Georgia,” Hunter replied.”
How has the media and Democrat handled the story so far? They’ve largely ignored it. You can bet today that the talking point will be that this is the latest “Russian disinformation” campaign.
As Donald Trump Jr. pointed out, “Try to imagine one of the Trump kids dropping the n-word.”
Cockburn at the spectatorworld.com points out that the media will do its best to completely ignore the story:
There would be 24-hour wall-to-wall coverage. There would be marches, protests, riots with Democrats demanding hearings and even calls from libs to criminalize speech.
This would all be very, very bad for Hunter and his parents, if he were a local TV anchor or a cake-shop owner or a middle schooler or something. If he were any of those things then this story might conceivably consume the national news cycle for at least a day.
Fear not, though. Hunter Biden will be fine. His story will be restricted to the pages of the Mail and a few conservative-ish outlets. To his immense good fortune, he’s merely the son of a US president who has inexplicably piled up one lucrative opportunity after another despite being a druggie and all-around screwup. Nobody at CNN finds his story interesting.
Now, if Hunter were someone really powerful and important, like an anonymous high-schooler dreaming of cheerleading at the University of Tennessee, then this story would be important. Then, he might geta 2,500-word essayin the New York Times about him and the psychopathic classmate who doxxed him for a two-year-old video.
Or imagine if Hunter Biden was a graphic designer who dressed up as Megyn Kelly for a Halloween party two years ago. If he was, then it would definitely be worth a 3,000-wordWashington Post investigation into his life. But fortunately, Biden’s only employment seems to be on the boards of shady foreign companies, so there’s nothing to look at here. Come on, the Post’s motto is ‘Democracy Dies in Darkness’. If they want something to stay dark, then ipso facto it has nothing to do with democracy.
@redsteeze Stephen L. Miller on where we are at now: