Biden’s sister paints nephew Hunter as blameless victim, faults Trump’s ‘right-wing followers’ for mess

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Valerie Biden Owens, President Joe Biden’s younger sister, did a promo piece for USA Today for her new book, “Growing Up Biden: A Memoir,” that portrays Hunter Biden as a victim, her brother as a hero, and blames everything on former President Trump’s “right-wing followers.”

When asked by USA Today if Hunter Biden is at least in some way responsible for scandals involving the laptop-from-hell and probable financial corruption, she simply replied, “No.”

“Hunter walked through hell. He didn’t wake up and say, ‘Aunt Val, I think I’m going to be an addict. And so whatever happens, it’s my responsibility,’” she asserted.

Instead, she lauded her nephew for having the “courage” and “strength” to fight his addictions.


“I don’t know what could be worse than Beau’s dying of glioblastoma when he was 46 years old,” Valerie Biden Owens said deflecting from the investigation to the death of Biden’s son. “I don’t know what could be worse than watching Hunter walk through hell. You never say the worst is over, but whatever comes, we can handle it as a family.”

“Trump and his right-wing followers have continued to do whatever they can to discredit the family and therefore to bring Joe down,” she charged.

“My brother’s a stutterer, and he still stutters and tries to get things out,” she stated. “And what did really make me mad and drive me crazy was when he would go to speak, and there would be a hesitancy, and the critique from the bad guys, the right-wing, was that he’s not smart; he didn’t know what he was saying.”

“When he calls, I don’t talk about what happened with Putin today,” she said in the interview with USA Today. “We talk about family. It’s a respite…”

“We talk about nothing, and in talking about nothing, we talk about everything,” she claimed. “I don’t have to say a whole lot, because we understand each other.”

The USA Today interview was held at the Biden Institute within the University of Delaware. Evidently, Biden’s sister was nervous during the interview and James Biden and his wife Sarah “unexpectedly” showed up to offer support off-camera.

The president’s sister embarked on her book tour Thursday prior to the release of her new memoir. She has been her brother’s longtime political confidante and has been his campaign manager for all seven of his previous Senate campaigns as well as advising him during his three presidential bids.

The book may run afoul of White House ethics policies that prohibit Biden’s family members from profiting off his position as president.
It is widely rumored that Hunter Biden is poised to be indicted on numerous counts connected to his finances and business dealings. Conservatives have been pressing for an in-depth investigation of his overseas financial ties ever since his laptop was left at a Delaware repair shop ahead of the 2020 presidential election.

Republican Sens. Chuck Grassley and Ron Johnson have been at the forefront in the Senate warning about Hunter Biden’s nefarious connections to the Chinese government.

“Hunter Biden and James Biden received millions of dollars from companies connected to the communist Chinese regime. But, frankly, it’s worse than that. These companies were effectively an arm of the Chinese Government,” Johnson declared on March 30. “This isn’t Russian disinformation. These are hard facts backed up by bank records of actual financial transactions that prove just how connected the Bidens were, and now how compromised President Biden probably is.”


The mainstream media is finally picking up on the story of Hunter Biden’s laptop. Both The New York Times and The Washington Post have authenticated thousands of emails originating from the laptop and CBS is covering them as well. This follows two years of censoring the story that was originally broken by the New York Post just before the 2020 presidential election.

A federal investigation into Hunter Biden began in 2018 and many believe it is about to culminate in an indictment as the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Delaware seeks grand jury testimony concerning the sources of his foreign income.

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