In the coming months, Joe Biden will be facing a choice between reelection and Hunter. Even those people who are Biden sycophants are concerned about Hunter Biden and what his impact on the 2024 election could be. Joe has said that Hunter is the most honest person he knows. Some scoff at that, but if you stop to think about it, he could be right. Biden knows Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer, Adam Schiff, Eric Swalwell, Maxine Waters, and hundreds of other Democrats. He does not associate with real Americans.
The problem Joe faces is that even with a sweetheart plea bargain, he cannot continue to espouse Hunter’s virtues without sliming himself in the process. On the other hand, if he insists on denouncing Hunter, Hunter could decide to talk and that would be a disaster for him and could even lead to a criminal prosecution. Would Hunter do that? If it would be to his advantage, I’m sure he would. The last thing a man who can’t walk straight needs is to be involved in a balancing act.
Nikki Haley and businessman Vivek Ramaswamy have already started to lean into the Hunter Biden allegations.
“The 2024 election should be a referendum on corruption.”
Alex Pfeiffer and spokesman for Make America Great Again Inc., a Trump Super PAC, told the Daily Caller:
“The Biden family’s corruption will be front and center in the 2024 election. Joe Biden only cares about enriching his family while President Trump is focused on enriching American families.”
The Trump campaign said:
“The Biden Crime Family is being exposed for their shady dealings and for selling out America to foreign adversaries to enrich themselves. They are a threat to national security.”
Former White House press secretary Jen Psaki recently told MSNBC the White House would have to answer for Hunter Biden if an investigation finds that he broke the law. “I think if there is – when there’s a conclusion of the investigation into Hunter, they’ll have to say something,” Psaki said.
Republican 2024 presidential candidates such as former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley and businessman Vivek Ramaswamy have already started to lean into the Hunter Biden allegations. The first son will be center stage leading up into 2024, Ramaswamy and those close to Trump told the Caller.
Republican Tennessee Sen. Marsha Blackburn also said that the Hunter Biden issue will not just disappear.
“Hunter Biden has been one headache after another for the Biden administration, and the problem isn’t going away. What deals did Hunter score using his dad’s political connections? Which Biden family members were potentially involved in laundering money? How deep are the Biden family’s ties with Communist China? Americans are tired of the two tiers of justice that have dismissed Hunter Biden’s clear pattern of corruption for too long,” Blackburn told the Caller.
The increased pressure on President Biden’s family comes after the House Oversight Committee alleged Biden’s family attempted to hide more than $10 million in payments from foreign nationals through a web of shell companies opened while Joe Biden was vice president.
It would be “foolish” for Trump not to focus on the alleged corruption to “point out the two-tiered justice system,” a GOP consultant close to the Trump campaign told the Caller. “If Trump wasn’t the nominee, I think any Republican would be smart to hammer Biden on the family corruption.”
Debate attacks about Hunter Biden or other members of his family would disarm a “diminished” Joe Biden on the debate stage and would make him come “across in an emotive way,” the consultant close to the Trump campaign said.