The U.S. economy continues to get rougher for working Americans, but Hunter Biden’s budding art career seems to be treating him well enough to outpace inflation.
The New York Post’s Miranda Devine told Tucker Carlson exactly how well it’s going for President Biden’s son:
Miranda Devine: Signed Picasso paintings are selling for $100,000 less than Hunter Biden’s “art.” pic.twitter.com/cjd1zcEUuF
— Arthur Schwartz (@ArthurSchwartz) October 27, 2021
In a couple hundred years, perhaps “Hunter Biden” will be among the greats in art history. Or maybe not.
But they don’t know who’s buying them so this is all fine. https://t.co/f2yNPs1GjB
— Tandy (@DanTypo) October 27, 2021
Abstract art sales are very often thinly disguised money laundering https://t.co/l4aUtzmOFU
— Codex Trivium Cosmic Genesis (@CodexTrivium) October 27, 2021
Somebody should do a Bob Ross parody of this… https://t.co/y69M1taNQy
— Nick Freitas (@NickForVA) October 27, 2021
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