Jen Psaki Humiliated After Question About Hunter Biden

( White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki was humiliated on Wednesday when she couldn’t answer a question about Hunter Biden, the son of President Joe Biden. Psaki was asked about the massive $3.5 million payment that the First Son received from the wife of the former mayor of Moscow, Russia.

Psaki looked visibly uncomfortable and brushed off the question completely, attempting to portray it as total nonsense. But unfortunately for Psaki and the White House, it’s a well-documented fact.

“I am not familiar with that claim,” Psaki eventually lied. “It does not sound like it is backed up with a lot of evidence.”

That’s a clever way of denying it without actually denying it. If it wasn’t true, Psaki and the White House would categorically deny it, but they don’t.

It’s hard to tell who comes off worse in this story…Jen Psaki or Hunter Biden?

The issue of Hunter Biden making huge sums of money from foreign businesses, including ventures in China and Russia, became a massive scandal in the finals weeks of the 2020 presidential campaign, but the mainstream mess totally ignored it.

Media outlets ignored a report from the Senate Finance and Homeland Security Committees that was released in September 2020 which revealed that the former Acting Deputy Chief of Mission at the U.S. Embassy in Kyiv, Ukraine, raised concerns in 2015 to then-Vice President Joe Biden’s office in relation to Hunter Biden’s position on the board of Ukrainian energy company Burisma. Those concerns went unaddressed.

The report also showed how Hunted Biden received a wire transfer of funds totaling $3.5 million from Elena Baturina, the wife of the former Moscow mayor.

Among other things, it also confirmed that Biden spent his money on “nonresident women who were nationals of Russia or other Eastern European countries and who appear to be linked to an ‘Eastern European prostitution or human trafficking ring.’”

Nice guy.

So either White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki didn’t come prepared and hasn’t seen the report, or she considers the report from the Senate Finance and Homeland Security Committees not to be evidence.