It’s a family business.
And Joe Biden’s unacknowledged granddaughter, Navy Roberts, will receive a share of the family’s real business. Whether or not she wins the right to call herself a Biden, she’s already getting her share.
Hunter Biden has settled his child support case in Arkansas, according to a court filing released Thursday… After a paternity test proved Biden was the child’s father, he agreed in 2020 to pay $20,000 a month in child support.
Though it was unclear from the filing what the new payments will be, the president’s son will “assign to the child” some of his paintings, “which shall vary in size with a minimum size of 24×24.”
The trouble with this arrangement is that the value of the ex-crackhead’s art is rather tied to his family name. A rose by any other name might smell as sweet, but Hunter’s dots might not have much value outside of a particular chain of transmission.
A congressional committee is tightening the screws on Hunter Biden’s art dealer to turn over information about who bought the president’s son’s art — and how much they paid.
In a second letter sent to William Pittard — the lawyer for Biden’s Manhattan-based art dealer, Georges Berges — the Committee on Oversight and Accountability is pushing once again for details on collectors who ponied up for Hunter’s six-figure art.
“Given Hunter’s history of suspicious activity, it is deeply concerning that the President’s son continues to sell his amateurish work to anonymous purchasers for sky-high prices,” Rep. James Comer (R-Ky), who heads the committee, told The Post via email.
To put it politely, is anyone going to pay half a million for a Hunter Biden original when it’s purchased from his stripper ex and might come without certain hypothetical ancillary benefits?
Or will it?
Part of the deal cut child support payments from Hunter and dropped Lunden Roberts’ request to change her daughter’s name to Navy Biden. The question is whether that art tradeoff comes with any kind of political subsidy that increases the value of art produced by people with the Biden last name?
That was potentially one of the issues in the child support case.
First son Hunter Biden may finally be forced to reveal the identities of the people buying his pricey paintings — thanks to his ongoing Arkansas child support case.
Former flame Lunden Roberts, 31, is demanding “detailed information” on the recovering crack addict Biden’s customers in response to the 52-year-old Hunter’s attempt to lower his child support payments for his four-year-old daughter with Roberts, court papers reveal.
This is all entirely speculative, but perhaps some of the kind and generous people subsidizing Hunter’s lawyer and his art career may step forward to buy paintings from Lunden to avoid any awkward revelations of their identities and the nature of the Biden family business.