I guess Hunter Biden’s gonna get richer

Are you a Chinese company, looking for influence in Washington DC? A Ukraininan gas company with a spare board seat?

Hi, my name’s Biden, Hunter Biden. Yes, that’s right.

My price just rose……

18 thoughts on “I guess Hunter Biden’s gonna get richer”

  1. The Other Bloke in Italy

    It is not over until it is over, and Trump has not decided it is over.

    He won in a landslide. To prevent that, the Enemy had to resort to massive, incompetent fraud. It will be exposed. What happens after that remains to be seen, but it may not be pretty.

  2. I’d be interested to know from our US correspondents. What would happen if this Hunter Biden thing went ballistic at this point? Put Sleepy Joe in the frame for serious criminal charges?

  3. Trump hasn’t won, but neither has he lost – yet. He hasn’t conceded, and won’t till the Electoral College vote in December. Until then he has every right to try every legal channel to question the vote. Even if still loses the popular vote, he will have highlighted the shenanigans and fraud committed by the Democrats. And the hypocrisy by the left will also be exposed for all to see. As to what happens when the Hunter situation progresses whilst Biden is in office, at the very least he will be a damaged president. And the left aren’t averse to infighting so they will be picking on him for not having the landslide they were promised.

  4. Bloke in North Dorset

    As TimNewman says on Twitter, if there has been fraud you can bet the Dems wil be boasting about it as soon as Biden is sworn in.

  5. ToBiI – True. There’s a small, but non-zero chance Trump can fix this.

    Problems are twofold:

    1) He’s surrounded by enemies in every single US institution that might be expected to investigate election fraud or otherwise prevent the Colour Revolution. That includes the perfumed princes of the Pentagon, who are far more interested in getting women and trannies into the armed forces and going back to endless foreign wars in Goatfuckistan than they are defending the United States.

    2) Trump is lawful good. Unless he can persuade the courts to intervene effectively (a dicey proposition), there’s nothing in his character to suggest he’ll try using more radical options such as invoking the 14th Amendment. (Which might not work anyway given the unreliability of the DOJ etc.)

    He’s still fighting though, which is the right approach.

    The institutional GOP, which largely sees Trump as an impediment to its real agenda of enriching itself via donor service and perennially pretending it’s going to stop abortion, needs to figure out if it wants to be ratfucked out of ever winning a senate majority ever again. If they don’t act, they will lose Georgia and then other senate seats in swing states forever, because there’s no incentive for Democrats to not find tons of magic votes in every district they control for here on out.

    There’s a path to victory for the good guys, but it’s a narrow one that’s beset on all sides by the tyranny of evil men.

    So sayeth the gospel of St. Jules.

    On the positive side, the Very Reverend Dr. President Donald John Trump has an attractive leather wallet inscribed with the legend “Bad Ass Motherfucker”. So he fights.

  6. Assuming Trump runs in 24 he is going to have plenty of ammunition

    Meanwhile Biden get to feather his family’s nest while he is compus mentis

  7. Steve,

    Perfumed princes of the pentagon rings true. Just look at the performances of Generals Kelly, Mattis and McMaster (not to mention Colonel Vindman, the conscientious eavesdropper) once removed from their cocoon and given the simple enough task of serving their commander in chief.

    Bearing in mind the mind-numbing resources available to the US military I reckon holding any senior position must be about as challenging as managing Celtic i.e. you’d think it was impossible to f*ck up but some still manage it.

    With hindsight Trump pouring nearly a trillion into this over-staffed monstrosity made about as little sense as the vast sums we regularly flush down the nhs.

  8. @ BiS:

    ” What would happen if this Hunter Biden thing went ballistic at this point? Put Sleepy Joe in the frame for serious criminal charges?”

    The chances of the media allowing that to happen are between zero and none….

  9. Lol. So unsurprising that the lunatics on here have jumped on the fraud bandwagon. Biden is miles over the number he needs. Trump lost. Get over it

  10. Meanwhile Biden get to feather his family’s nest while he is compus mentis
    Will he have time? How long before I-rose-to-the-top-on-my-back Harris takes over in the Oval Office?

  11. “Assuming Trump runs in 24 he is going to have plenty of ammunition”

    Trump won’t stand in 24. But he’s changed the narrative and shown the potential of social media. He’s the punk rock president and every Republican that isn’t a polished, machine politician is going to buy an electric guitar and an effects pedal.

    I don’t think Trump was actually that good at the job in many ways, or even at a lot of campaigning. It was that people trusted him (as they knew him as being outside politics) and the message. You’ll see people in 2024 standing on an America First/shrinking the state position for president and winning the nomination. They’re going to face what I think is going to be a damaged president or VP by then.

  12. With hindsight Trump pouring nearly a trillion into this over-staffed monstrosity made about as little sense as the vast sums we regularly flush down the nhs.

    Yarp. But Trump is old enough to still think the armed forces are a good thing, rather than the incredibly gay and useless armed wing of the civil service they really are.

    At least he didn’t start any new wars.

    You’ll see people in 2024 standing on an America First/shrinking the state position for president and winning the nomination.

    Doesn’t matter if the Democrats can just print enough votes to win. Both wings of the American ruling party have long wanted to turn the place into Latin America, and now they’ve finally got Latin American style electoral theatre. The GOP may find its services no longer required, unless they can stop the fraud and institute some long overdue electoral reform (I wouldn’t hold my breath).

  13. ‘So unsurprising that the lunatics on here have jumped on the fraud bandwagon’

    Perry, you’ve all had so much fun with the ‘Trump is a Russian spy’ theme that we’ve decided to give this sort of thing a try.

  14. But Trump is old enough to still think the armed forces are a good thing, rather than the incredibly gay and useless armed wing of the civil service they really are.

    You reach too far just for the lols, especially today.

    I’m with Trump. The US armed forces remain incredibly effective and valuable.

  15. PJF – I think the last time the British armed forces ever did anything to defend Britain was in 1982.

    Pretty much everything since has been an absolute, shameful, unmitigated disaster for our people and our civilisation, from our unprovoked attack on Yugoslavia through to our unprovoked attacks on Iraq, Afghanistan and Libya. If you speak to serving Army officers these days, they’ll regale you with their pride in LGBTQ+ stuff, climate changery, putting women into combat roles (so they can be raped and killed in our next Middle Eastern adventure), and respect for Muhammad. Maybe they can fight their next war with a rolled-up copy of The Guardian.

    The US armed forces are no different, just a lot more corrupt due to all the plum Lockheed Martin gigs floating around for ex-brass and legions of 27 year old foreign policy experts in Washington DC constantly dreaming up new reasons to bomb the shit out of illiterate goatherds in Assfuckistan.

    People on the political “right”, whatever that even means these days, need to understand that the Cold War ended 30 years ago and the Battle of Britain was a million years ago in another country. The armed forces are not on your side.

    As for Trump, what did his loyalty to US forces get him? Apart from scores of retired admirals and generals openly supporting the attempted coup against him.

    Conservatives have an unfortunate blind spot for institutions that have either long ceased to serve any useful purpose or have been thoroughly captured by their enemies. But we should let the past die. Kill it, if you have to.

  16. In a friendly way I will rise to the bait.

    Who exactly is the US army effective against and who is it likely to be deployed against in future assuming a lengthy period of Democrat rule?

    What exactly is the large US/NATO presence in Europe achieving? Does it make sense to continue to bear the lions share of the cost and manpower for an away fixture when even Trump was largely unable to get the rest of NATO to pay their way?

    What about Turkey posing and interfering with all and sundry in the belief that Uncle Sam has their back if they push Putin too far. Is America really going to get involved or will it just be more Obama-style finger wagging and easily crossed red lines?

    Ditto Afghanistan (throwing money and lives into an undefeatable country) and the Middle East (because the various Sunni and Shia factions are never going to stop killing each other).

    China/China seas? Just an expensive game of chicken against an enemy who is playing the longest of long games.

    South Korea. Does maintaining a presence keep Little Rocket Man under control or is it just a waste of time? How has that worked out for US Presidents before Trump?

    Heaven knows how many other places the US army is physically deployed at great cost.

    Yet it is unable (i.e. not allowed) to defend a simple land border.

    Lol if you like but how about addressing these points? Not that it matters much because a Democrat congress and presidency will have other priorities rather than maintaining the present level of defence spending.

  17. Washington DC voted 93% Biden, says everything you need to know about the deep state and effectiveness of government

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