The mother of Hunter Biden’s love child defended the scandal-soaked presidential son from criticism as the former drug addict’s legal woes continue to pile up.
Lunden Roberts, the former stripper whom Biden knocked up and the mother of five-year-old Navy Joan Roberts, stood by her man in a newly published op-ed for the Daily Mail
“Having gone to court with Hunter in a much-publicized child support case, I’m probably the last person you might expect to leap to his defense,” she wrote. “And yet that’s precisely why I’ve decided to speak out.”
— Daily Mail Online (@MailOnline) November 16, 2023
“Yes, he’s led a privileged life, but Hunter has also lived in the public eye with political opponents who seize upon his mistakes and use his addiction against him,” Roberts said. “Honestly, I’ve had a taste of that myself but the hurtful things that have been written about me are nothing in comparison to how Hunter has been portrayed.”
“One day soon Navy Joan is going to be old enough to search the internet seeing the countless newspaper articles dedicated to her father’s transgressions and I cannot fathom how she may feel,” she added. “I’ve seen what addiction can do to people and I think it’s cruel that Hunter has had to go through recovery with a target on his back.”
Roberts’ op-ed comes at a time when Republican lawmakers are probing Hunter Biden’s role in his family’s alleged influence-peddling as well as an ongoing investigation by his father’s Justice Department that is reportedly using a Los Angeles-based grand jury to seek documents and the testimony of witnesses in what are believed to be tax-related matters.
Hunter Biden’s exploits as a wild-eyed crack-huffing monster with a proclivity for selfies featuring full frontal nudity and a taste for hookers are well documented with his addiction being so strong that he admittedly smoked parmesan cheese that was dug out of the carpet.
His defenders have sought to immunize him from the consequences of his corruption and depravity by leveraging his struggles to grant him the protected status of a victim which Biden himself has embraced.
In a column for USA Today penned earlier this month titled “I fought to get sober. Political weaponization of my addiction hurts more than me,” the blackest of the black sheep of the Biden family dished on his craving for drugs and booze in a shameless attempt to dupe the public into believing that he’s a sympathetic figure.
Hunter Biden posted an op-Ed today where he claims that his struggles with addiction are the reason that Republicans are investigating him for influence peddling around the world.
I too sometimes smoke crack and make a couple Chinese business deals pic.twitter.com/vBmeWdCYVT
— Greg Price (@greg_price11) November 2, 2023
“Over four years ago, I chose life over the slow strangle-death grip of addiction, which in my case consisted each day of a bottle of vodka and as many hits on a crack pipe as possible. I am prouder of that choice and of my recovery than anything I’ve ever done,” he wrote, adding that more than 20 million Americans also suffer from substance abuse problems.
“My struggles and my mistakes have been fodder for a vile and sustained disinformation campaign against him, and an all-out annihilation of my reputation through high-pitched but fruitless congressional investigations and, more recently, criminal charges for possessing an unloaded gun for 11 days five years ago – charges that appear to be the first-ever of their kind brought in the history of Delaware,” he wrote, referring to his recent federal indictment by special counsel David Weiss.
Insisting that he’s not playing the victim, Biden whined, “What troubles me is the demonization of addiction, of human frailty, using me as its avatar and the devastating consequences it has for the millions struggling with addiction, desperate for a way out and being bombarded by the denigrating and near-constant coverage of me and my addiction on Fox News (more airtime than GOP presidential candidate Ron DeSantis) and in The New York Post (an average of two stories a day over the past year).”
According to Roberts, “Hunter has had the courage to admit his mistakes and learn from them. That’s a valuable lesson for every parent to teach their child. His honesty is raising much-needed awareness that addiction is a disease that requires understanding and compassion.”
“And, as Hunter said in his recent op-ed for USA Today, we all know somebody who has suffered and needed our help, whether it was a partner, child or friend,” she said.
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