After Hunter Biden declared himself without resources to financially support his son, he surprised everyone by paying up on a $450,000 tax lien that could affect his father’s campaign—Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.
Hunter Biden managed to pay $453,890 in estate taxes in July in just six days and The Washington Free Beacon reporter and investigator Alana Goodman raises a crucial question about the case.
“How did he manage to pay off this $450,000 tax lien in six days? You know, most people just don’t have a half a million dollars lying around,” Goodman questioned among other comments, according to the Aug. 11 Fox Business video.
“I attest that I am unemployed and have had no monthly income since May 2019,” Biden said in a November 2019 affidavit, responding to a demand for financial support for his son born in August 2018.
He then settled with the child’s mother, a dancer, out of court in March, according to the New York Post.
Hunter Biden, a father of five, invested $2.5 million by buying a house in the Hollywood Hills in June. He also is traveling with his wife, Melissa Cohen, in a Porsche Panamera sports car, which has a market value of $129,000.
Biden’s life has been scandalous, so his ex-wife, Hallie Biden, the widow of his late brother Beau, accused him of spending the money on prostitutes, strip clubs, and drugs. Hallie was initially married to Beau Biden, Hunter’s brother, who died at age 46, in 2015.
When his father was vice president of the United States during the Obama administration, Hunter was hired by the Ukrainian energy company Burisma to the board of directors with a salary of $50,000 a month, despite knowing nothing about it.
At the same time he associated with other companies linked to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), so both his actions and those of his father are controversial for alleged corruption.
The Senate was preparing an investigation into the alleged corruption of the Biden family, before the CCP Virus crisis was declared.
Goodman, the reporter for The Washington Free Beacon, asked Democratic candidate Biden’s campaign officials about how his son Hunter had gotten the money to pay last month’s taxes, and about the job he was doing now, but she got no answers.