Hunter Biden Child Support Case Just Took Very Interesting Turn

Things get worse for Hunter Biden on a nearly daily basis.

There's the matter of his position at Burisma, there's the hooker who he got pregnant, there is the money laundering scheme.

With all of this, it seems like he's going to be a nobody pretty soon. But still there are some crazy things going on.

The judge on Biden's child suppor case suddenly decided to recuse himself from the case for unknown reasons. Could it be that he was threatened and feared for his live or his family's lives?

According to Townhall,

Early in December McSpadden decided to seal Biden's financial records, meaning the American people will not know the exact amount of money he made off his father's political career... at least for now.

Biden has repeatedly said he cannot afford to pay child support because he has been unemployed since May 2019 and has incurred major debt from a divorce with his ex-wife, Kathleen Biden. But it was recently revealed that he purchased a $2.5 million dollar house in Beverly Hills, California in mid-June, although how much he paid for it is currently unknown.

The case took a wild turn when McSpadden suddenly recused himself from the case Tuesday morning, although it is unclear why, the Arkansas Democrat Gazette reported. During the Tuesday court meeting, Roberts' attorneys pressed McSpadden to hold Biden in contempt of court for failing to produce his financial documents.

This is a load of garbage that not a single person believes. There is no way that he can't pay child support because he doesn't have the money to do so. That is to say that after making $80,000 per month for a long time, that he doesn't have any of that money?

Here's the truth of the matter, he's doing everything he can to hide his financial records for multiple reasons.

First of all, he doesn't want to pay more than he has to, and secondly, he knows more of the corruption will be exposed once people see where all his money came from. Especially now that we've learned that he has a major part to play in a money-laundering scheme worth $156 billion dollars with money flowing through his account.

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