Hunter Biden WALKS OUT of House hearing as Republicans rebuke presidential son
By Ramon Tomey // Jan 12, 2024

Presidential son Hunter Biden walked out of a House hearing minutes after showing up with his lawyers, resulting in Republicans rebuking him as he left.

The 53-year-old Hunter walked into the joint hearing of two House committees – the House Oversight Committee (HOC) and House Ways and Means Committee (WMC) – on Jan. 10. He was accompanied by his lawyers Abbe Lowell and Kevin Morris. The three sat down in the first row as lawmakers from both sides of the political aisle responded to the presidential son's appearance.

"Who bribed Hunter Biden to be here today? You are the epitome of White privilege coming into the Oversight Committee spitting in our face, ignoring a congressional subpoena to be deposed. You have no balls to come up here," said Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC), a member of the HOC.

"I think Hunter Biden should be arrested right here and right now. I'm looking at you. I believe that Hunter Biden should be held completely in contempt, [and] I believe he should be hauled off to jail right now."

About 17 minutes after entering, Hunter and his two attorneys stood from their seats and left the hearing. This coincided with Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) commencing her questioning of the presidential son over his business deals and the impeachment probe into his father, incumbent President Joe Biden.

"I think it's clear and obvious for everyone watching this hearing today that Hunter Biden is terrified of strong, conservative Republican women – because he can't even face my words as I was about to speak to him," said Greene, also a member of the HOC. "What a coward."

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Last month, the presidential son staged a press conference on the steps of Capitol Hill. He reiterated that he would testify in public, defying a subpoena issued by HOC Chairman Rep. James Comer (R-KY) for him to appear in a closed-door deposition. (Related: Hunter Biden DEFIES House Oversight Committee subpoena.)

Reporters pepper presidential son with questions about "crack"

Following Hunter's walkout, GOP House members rebuked the presidential son. "The Congressional subpoena served to [him] was for a closed-door deposition, not a made-for-TV publicity stunt," WMC Chairman Rep. Jason Smith (R-MO) wrote in a post on the X platform. "These terms are not negotiable."

House Majority Whip Tom Emmer (R-MN) also agreed with his colleague. "Another day, another ridiculous PR stunt by Hunter Biden," he remarked. "If this is the Biden family's strategy to distract the American people from their disturbing pattern of corruption, it's a pointless one."

But the spectacle continued even as Hunter and his two lawyers left the hearing room. Reporters threw a flurry of questions, which mainly focused on his use of "crack" cocaine. One reporter even asked if he was high on illegal drugs when he showed up and subsequently left.

A journalist asked: "What kind of crack do you normally smoke, Mr. Biden?" Meanwhile, another asked why he put his father on speakerphone more than 20 times to speak with his business associates. The presidential son nevertheless ignored these questions, as Lowell delivered a short statement denouncing the House GOP and maintaining Hunter's willingness to testify publicly.

The HOC and the House Judiciary Committee (HJC) later voted to hold Hunter in contempt of Congress over his actions and his general refusal to testify before lawmakers. The HJC voted 23-14 while the HOC voted 25-11, according to the New American magazine.

With the two committees' vote, the motion to hold the presidential son in contempt will go to the full chamber. If the House votes to do so, the motion will go to the Department of Justice, which could possibly throw a wrench into the GOP's plans.

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Watch Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) denounce Hunter Biden after he shows up to the Jan. 10 joint House committee hearing below.

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