New Controversy Emerges Over the Selling of Hunter Biden’s Too Expensive Art

As I'm sure you're aware, Hunter Biden has been selling expensive artwork, and when I say expensive, I mean too expensive.

His artwork has been selling for $500,000 which is extremely suspicious because, well...people don't typically pay half of a million dollars for artwork created by crack heads.

The White House confirmed that Hunter would be selling the art, but they also said that the identities of the people who purchase the art will be kept secret. According to CBS News, the artwork can sell for as much as a half-million dollars. There will be events in the future that will focus on promoting Hunter's artwork.

One of the events coming up soon will be a private one held in Los Angeles. There will also be a larger event in New York City. Robin Davis is the spokeswoman for Georges Berges Gallery. She stated that Hunter Biden will attend both of these events.

“The shows, a small, private affair in Los Angeles and a larger exhibition in New York City will give Biden an opportunity to interact with potential buyers of his paintings, which the gallery expects to sell for as much as $500,000,” CBS News reported. “Asked whether Hunter Biden would attend both events, Georges Berges Gallery spokeswoman Robin Davis said, ‘Oh yes. With pleasure. He’s looking forward to it. It is like someone debuting in the world. And of course, he will be there.'”

People have criticized the promotion of Hunter's artwork. Walter Shaub, who is the former director of Government Ethics, also criticized this. He said that Hunter Biden is just making money off of his father's presidency. He has also criticized how the Biden Administration has handled the alleged criminal behavior of Hunter Biden. Hunter is currently being investigated for foreign business dealings and tax evasion.

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