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I was listening to the radio the other day, and the host pointed out the following. During Trump's presidency, foreign diplomats spent a total of about $300,000 on stays at Trump-owned hotels and meals at the hotels. Democrats claimed to have been outraged at this, and referenced the emoluments clause of the Constitution. This, even though the diplomats in question were paying the same prices for their rooms and meals that the Trump corporation charged everyone else.

 

The host then went on to say that people are paying $50,000 - $500,000 for each of Hunter Biden's paintings. Of course, the Democrat leadership has expressed no concern whatever about that. The host also said that Hunter Biden's art was not very good.

 

Don't get me wrong. I'm about as anti-Biden as they come. But, I also believe in telling the truth, even when doing so may benefit a political party one despises. With that in mind, I looked up Hunter Biden's art. It's good. Arguably very good.

 

The Biden occupation government claims that the buyers of Hunter's art are anonymous. And that this anonymity prevents any influence peddling. However, I'd point out that just because the buyers' identities are unknown to the general public, does not mean they are unknown to Joe or Hunter Biden. So, I wonder if anyone has evidence of mechanisms in place to prevent the identity of the buyers from becoming known to the Bidens. Also I'd be curious as to whether those mechanisms are more resistant to outright fraud than our 2020 election procedures proved to be.

 

The second thing I'm curious about is this: how do we know Hunter Biden's art is actually being created by Hunter Biden? Do we have proof Hunter is painting these, or do we just have to take the Biden family at their word? Because it would have been so very, very easy for Hunter to have simply hired a talented artist to create his paintings for him.

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Most logical explanations are:

1. Payola to get in with "the Big Guy"
2. Money laundering to legally get cash into the hands of someone as a past reward, or for a future ask (kinda like a book deal that pays $60M that the publisher has no hope of recovering that cost)
3. People actually like his art and feel it is worth the price.
4. People are buying the art as an investment and feel it will go up in price.

IMO, 1 or 2 are most likely. 🤷‍♀️

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1 hour ago, Ann said:

Most logical explanations are:

1. Payola to get in with "the Big Guy"
2. Money laundering to legally get cash into the hands of someone as a past reward, or for a future ask (kinda like a book deal that pays $60M that the publisher has no hope of recovering that cost)
3. People actually like his art and feel it is worth the price.
4. People are buying the art as an investment and feel it will go up in price.

IMO, 1 or 2 are most likely. 🤷‍♀️

 

My vote is for #2.

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1 hour ago, Koko said:

 

My vote is for #2.

 

I actually think #3 is more likely than people realize.  Hunter's art has been widely publicized in the media...and much as how people fear what they're told to fear, the people buying this crap like what they're told to like.

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2 hours ago, Crap Throwing Monkey said:

 

I actually think #3 is more likely than people realize.  Hunter's art has been widely publicized in the media...and much as how people fear what they're told to fear, the people buying this crap like what they're told to like.

 

Plus they know art typically goes up tremendously in value after the artist croaks.

 

And with the car accidents & cancer in his family history plus his crack addiction and tendency to play in arenas with big boys that don't play around, having an expectation that he won't live to be as old as his dad is probably a safe bet.

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1 hour ago, Taro T said:

 

Plus they know art typically goes up tremendously in value after the artist croaks.

 

And with the car accidents & cancer in his family history plus his crack addiction and tendency to play in arenas with big boys that don't play around, having an expectation that he won't live to be as old as his dad is probably a safe bet.

 

To be honest it’s shocking that he’s escaped the fentanyl scourge so far.  

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On 9/25/2021 at 12:24 PM, Ann said:

Most logical explanations are:

1. Payola to get in with "the Big Guy"
2. Money laundering to legally get cash into the hands of someone as a past reward, or for a future ask (kinda like a book deal that pays $60M that the publisher has no hope of recovering that cost)
3. People actually like his art and feel it is worth the price.
4. People are buying the art as an investment and feel it will go up in price.

IMO, 1 or 2 are most likely. 🤷‍♀️

 

The thing I'm most curious about is if he's really painting these himself, or if he's hired a ghost painter. 

 

Prior to the Biden coup, Hunter had lived his life without producing anything of value. His main function appears to have been a conduit for corruption money to flow into the Biden family. If he really is painting these, then this would probably constitute the first time in his life he's doing something useful and productive. He'd deserve credit for that, just as he would deserve credit for the high quality of the art. I don't want to deny him credit he rightfully deserves, just because his father happens to be the puppet of a plutocrat class which just ended democracy in America.

 

If he hired a ghost painter to do the work, then presumably his motives are payola/money laundering, plus building up his image as an artist. (As opposed to the parasite/drug addict/child porn on computer image he's had before.) But, if he's painting these himself, then presumably his motives are payola/money laundering, plus a desire to tap into a latent artistic talent.

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On 9/25/2021 at 1:23 PM, Koko said:

 

My vote is for #2.

It's, 100%, #2.  How do we kill that, going forward (and I mean for ALL f'ing politicians/politicols)?

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I’ve started painting and signing them with Biden’s name on them. 
going to put them on the market for $399,000. 
 

anyone want one ? Will only charge you $20

 

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4 hours ago, mead107 said:

I’ve started painting and signing them with Biden’s name on them. 
going to put them on the market for $399,000. 
 

anyone want one ? Will only charge you $20

 


Is this still available?

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Anyone know how much George W. Bush's paintings go for?  Usually...around $1k, though he apparently sold one for $10k.

 

And anyone know how much your average art gallery with two employees gets for COVID relief from the SBA?  Because the two-person Soho gallery representing Hunter got a half-million dollar loan increase (from $80k) approved days before marketing Hunter's paintings.

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1 hour ago, Meazza said:


Do you ship to China? Asking for the big guy. 

Uncle Joe said it was ok. I have to charge $170,000 and it has to go through Hunter shipping. I make $21.95. For each package I ship. 

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1 hour ago, Meazza said:


Do you ship to China? Asking for the big guy. 

I just got an order for 

200 paintings from a person named Jill. 
 

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2 hours ago, mead107 said:

Yes. Said she could not tell me her last name for security reasons. 
said a envelope of cash will be left at my door in 2 weeks.  

Seems 100% legit to me. Ask her about my cars extended warranty when she stops.

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