Last Updated on January 12, 2024
Hunter Biden made a mockery of the House GOP’s Oversight and Judiciary Committees this week when he crashed his own contempt of Congress hearing before storming out with an entourage that included a host of reporters and even a documentary film crew while leaving both sides of the aisle screaming about “white privilege.” It would appear that, despite a change in management after Kevin McCarthy’s ouster, the GOP can’t manage to get a handle on the Biden Crime Family.
After refusing to cooperate with a congressional subpoena for closed-door testimony to the House Judiciary and Oversight Committees, Hunter Biden showed up to an Oversight Committee hearing this week where legislators were voting to hold him in contempt of Congress.
Though he only spent about 17 minutes in the hearing room, Biden’s appearance shed a spotlight on the dog and pony show that has become the House GOP and their insincere quest to bring Hunter Biden to justice.
“Who bribed Hunter Biden to be here today? That’s my first question,” South Carolina Rep. Nancy Mace said in the hearing room, in a clip that’s been played repeatedly by Con Inc. media. “Uh, second question, you are the epitome of white privilege…what are you afraid of?” said Mace. “You have no balls.”
Mace’s remarks infuriated Texas Democrat Jasmine Crockett, who in turn, launched into an anti-white tirade about how white people shouldn’t be allowed to talk about “white privilege,” and quoted Kevin McCarthy as she lamented the Republican Party for having too many white members.
All the while, Hunter Biden was posing for the cameras.
“Thank God Nancy Mace was denigrating to white people so the Fox News audience could clap like trained seals,” TV news host Stew Peters said as he mocked Republicans’ failure to accomplish anything of substance when Hunter Biden showed up at the Capitol.
In the same news segment, Peters interviewed George Papadopolous, the former Trump campaign employee who was infamously imprisoned by Democrats as part of their 2016 Russian collusion hoax.
“We’re in a situation in which the crackhead son of the President of the United States of America, the regime leader I should say, is prancing around Washington, DC, defying a Congressional subpoena and using the image of him mocking the Oversight Committee to make more money in some Netflix documentary that’s likely going to air over the next six months,” Papadopolous told Peters.
“But what’s even more astounding and, in my opinion disgusting, is how the GOP responded to this,” Papadopolous went on. “They seemed feckless, they seemed like they were just there to get their own TV time. They had no substance behind anything they were talking about.”
“Yes, they passed a resolution to hold him in contempt, [but] they know Merrick Garland isn’t going to prosecute. This was all about grandstanding,” Papadopolous added.
Watch the Full Stew Peters Show Segment Below: