An earthshattering report released by Senate investigators Wednesday outlining the Biden family’s long list of conflicts of interest at the upper echelons of government unearthed new allegations of former Vice President Joe Biden’s son making multiple payments to Eastern European prostitutes.
According to the joint report out by the Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee with the Senate Treasury Committee, Hunter Biden made a number of payments to foreign nationals with “questionable backgrounds” consistent with “organized prostitution and/or human trafficking.”
Records on file with the committee, the report says, “confirm that Hunter Biden sent thousands of dollars to individuals who have either: 1) been involved in transactions consistent with possible human trafficking; 2) an association with the adult entertainment industry; or 3) potential association with prostitution.”
The report continued, detailing that some transactions were Russian- and Ukrainian-linked to what “appears to be an Eastern European prostitution or human trafficking ring.”
This is not the first time Hunter Biden’s infidelity has promised headaches for his father’s 2020 presidential campaign.
In November last year, Page Six reported that an Arkansas woman who successfully sued the former vice president’s son for monthly child support was a stripper at a club Hunter Biden frequented. Hunter Biden, according to the paper, was a regular guest at the Mpire Club in Washington D.C.’s Dupont Circle, where Lunden Alexis Roberts, the mother of Biden’s baby, went by the name “Dallas” on stage.
“He was well-known,” one source told Page Six.
Since President Donald Trump’s sham impeachment proceedings last fall highlighted Hunter Biden’s questionable and possibly criminal overseas business activities, the notorious member of the Biden clan has maintained a low profile after intense scrutiny of the family’s conflicts of interest has plagued the Democratic nominee’s campaign.
Hunter Biden’s absence has sparked the internet meme, “Where’s Hunter?” It was briefly answered with a rare appearance at the Democratic Party’s virtual convention in August.