Hunter Biden could turn tables, go on offense to sue accusers like Fox News, Eric Trump, Rudy Giuliani

Aware of the upcoming investigations the Republican-controlled House intends to launch against the failings of President Joe Biden’s administration, a report indicated the Democratic war-machine’s counteroffensive may include Hunter Biden challenging some familiar conservatives in court.

With the midterms in the rearview mirror, expectations remain high that Republican-led committees will uncover the facts and take action on matters like COVID origins, agency corruption and our porous border. Hunter Biden’s dubious business dealings will also be scrutinized, particularly in how his efforts may tie back to the president.

In November, it was made clear that “war rooms” had been established to aid with pro-Democrat propaganda to hit back against investigative findings and now, according to a Washington Post report, that may mean putting the likes of Eric Trump, Rudy Giuliani and Fox News in the crosshairs.

On Saturday, the Post reported on a strategy session that included Hunter Biden’s friend and attorney, entertainment lawyer Kevin Morris that took place in September. While some considered the scandal-ridden president’s son keep his head down, a riskier offensive approach was also discussed by the lawyer who had previously helped finance Biden, including allegedly paying off a $2 million tax bill part of an investigation.

The outlet explained, “Morris, at the meeting in his California home, described defamation lawsuits the team could pursue against the presidential son’s critics, including Fox News, Eric Trump and Rudy Giuliani.”

Meanwhile, they have also put together a slew of research on the most likely witnesses in an investigation on Hunter Biden and his laptop–Tony Bobulinski, the former business partner of Biden who came forward to verify connections to then-candidate Joe Biden ahead of the 2020 presidential election, and John Paul Mac Isaac, the computer repairman whose business was ruined after the laptop story broke in 2020.

As previously reported, the Democrats have not been quiet about their coordinated efforts with the White House to assemble multiple teams against Republican investigations. Among those working on the narrative who was also in attendance at the strategy meeting was David Brock who had founded Correct the Record to defend former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton ahead of her 2016 presidential campaign and his since left Media Matters to start Facts First USA.

Brock, whose team is working independently, told the Post, “They feel that there is a whole counternarrative missing because of the whole Hunter-hater narrative out there.”

“What we really got into was more the meat of it, the meat of what a response would look like,” he went on.

An agreement on how Democrats should proceed with Hunter was not made clear as concerns of division were highlighted. One Democrat who requested anonymity told the Post, “No one thinks this strategy of putting Hunter Biden front and center is smart. No one, including the White House, thinks this is a smart strategy.”

The younger Biden was reportedly not at the meeting, but was said to have called in to offer his own input on the matters at hand. Along with Morris, he has also hired attorneys Chris Clark and Joshua A. Leavy who are meant to handle the federal criminal investigations and House investigations respectively.

However, in line with the more offensive approach, Hunter has been seen in public more recently including his attendance at a state dinner with French President Emmanuel Macron where it was said he approached House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) and said hello to the congressman’s mother. The California lawmaker did not respond to the Post’s request for comment on the matter.

Regarding the coming investigations, White House spokesman Ian Sams said, “The president loves his son and is proud that he has overcome his addiction and is moving forward with his life.”

He added, “Congressional Republicans’ politically motivated partisan attacks on the president and his family are rooted in nonsensical conspiracy theories and do nothing to address the real issues Americans care about.”

Kevin Haggerty


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