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#RacistHunter trends on Twitter over report Hunter Biden used N-word in multiple texts to lawyer

Hunter Biden is back in the limelight following a report Tuesday that President Joe Biden’s son used the N-word multiple times while texting back and forth with his attorney.

The revelation led the hashtag #RacistHunter to trend on Twitter.

What are the details?

The Daily Mail claimed in an exclusive report to have obtained the text messages between Biden and corporate lawyer George Mesires from Biden’s abandoned laptop. Screenshots purportedly show Biden used the shortened slang version of the racial epithet a number of times during their banter.

According to the Mail, Mesires is white.

Images showed that Biden texted Mesires in December 2018, “‘how much money do I owe you. Becaause (sic) n***a you better not be charging me Hennessy rates.”

“That made me snarf my coffee,” Mesires replied, to which Biden responded, “That’s what im saying ni…,” cutting off the text.

In another exchange, Biden asks Mesires, “Where do you find unconditional love then George,” and the attorney replies, “God loves you unconditionally. Beau loves you unconditionally. Children are too young to understand what it means. But you will show them. There are ideals of unconditional lovve that serve as proxies. I don’t have many. You. God.”

“OMG n***a did you just a fictional character from the imagination of the collective frightened and my dead brothers (sic) unconditional love is what I should rely on and my kids aren’t children George,” Biden replied.

The two went on to apparently joke back and forth, with Biden texting “my penis as of late has been unconditional” and “I only love you because you’re black.” He also replied to Mesires, “True dat n***a.”

Biden had also reportedly saved a meme on his laptop with the image of a hug between his father and former President Barack Obama, where a fictional script shows Joe Biden telling the former president, “You my n***a, Barack.”

As The Daily Mail’s story was reposted countless times on Twitter, #RacistHunter became a trending topic on the platform.

Donald Trump Jr. retweeted the story with the hashtag along with the message, “Hunter Biden used the n-word multiple times in casual conversation, text messages show.”

Pro-Trump Republican organizer Scott Presler tweeted, “Joe Biden’s son used the n-word multiple times in text messages with his lawyer. I wonder where he learned that. Like father, like son. To our global community & people of color, we apologize for the first family — a worldwide embarrassment. #RacistHunter.”

Another user wrote, “#RacistHunter is trending and I’m not surprised, his dad idolized KKK member ‘Robert Byrd’ and even spoke at his funeral. He was a leader of a hate group that loved using the n-word to insult black people.”

Multiple users also accused Twitter of suppressing the search results for the hashtag “#RacistHunter,” posting apparent screenshots showing there were “no results” for the term.

Others defended Biden.

One person tweeted, “Hunter Biden Is a recovering addict. I am sure he has said things he regrets. He is not President nor does he work for us. He is a private citizen who is being targeted by political operative. sick and sad #RacistHunter is targeting a private citizen @twitter.”

But some people used humor to react to the story, with the Washington Free Beacon’s Joe Simonson tweeting, “Hunter Biden will never be editor of teen vogue now.”

Anything else?

The New York Post — the publication that first reported on some of the contents of Hunter Biden’s abandoned laptop ahead of the 2021 presidential election and was quickly censored by Twitter — also reported on The Mail’s revelations.

The Post added:

President Biden himself has a long history of using racially charged language. In 2006, he told one voter that “You cannot go to a 7-Eleven or a Dunkin’ Donuts unless you have a slight Indian accent”. The following year, he described Obama, then a fellow candidate for the 2008 Democratic presidential nomination, as “the first sort of mainstream African American who is articulate and bright and clean.”

Just last year, Biden told “Breakfast Club” radio show host Charlemagne Tha God that “if you have a problem figuring out whether you’re for me or Trump, then you ain’t black.”

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House Ethics Committee launches investigation into Matt Gaetz as he hires legal team amid DOJ probe

The House Committee on Ethics announced Friday it has launched an investigation into Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.) over claims stemming from the Department of Justice’s purported sexual misconduct probe of the lawmaker.

The same day, the office of the GOP firebrand confirmed that he has assembled a legal team to fight the “unfounded allegations” he is facing.

What are the details?

The Ethics Committee issued a statement saying, in part:

The Committee is aware of public allegations that Representative Matt Gaetz may have engaged in sexual misconduct and/or illicit drug use, shared inappropriate images or videos on the House floor, misused state identification records, converted campaign funds to person use, and/or accepted a bribe, improper gratuity, or impermissible gift, in violation of House Rules, laws, or other standards of conduct.

The statement added that “the Committee notes that the mere fact that it is investigating these allegations, and publicly disclosing its review, does not itself indicate that any violation has occurred, or reflect any judgment on behalf of the Committee.”

Gaetz has acknowledged that the DOJ is investigating him, but claims the probe was launched out of a criminal extortion plot led by a former DOJ official who sought $25 million from the congressman’s father.

The Florida Republican also wrote an op-ed earlier this week defending himself, saying that while he is “not a monk” he is “certainly not a criminal.” Gaetz did not mention the alleged extortion scheme in the piece.

After the DOJ probe made the news, further allegations against Gaetz surfaced, including a report from CNN claiming that he showed House colleagues nude photos and videos of females while bragging that he had slept with the women.

The New York Times also published a report claiming that the DOJ is focusing on Gaetz and indicted former Florida tax collector Joel Greenberg’s “involvement with multiple women who were recruited online for sex and received cash payments” from the men in exchange for drug-fueled hotel romps.

Greenberg, an ally of Gaetz’s, currently faces several felony charges including sex trafficking of a minor.

According to The Daily Beast, Venmo records show that Gaetz paid Greenberg a total of $900 one night in May of 2018, funds that were then passed along to three women — including an 18-year-old.

Gaetz has lost his legislative director and his communications director amid the scandal, but his office put out a statement Thursday from unnamed female aides in his office which read that “at no time has any one of us experienced or witnessed anything less than the utmost professionalism and respect,” adding that they “uniformly reject” the allegations against him “as false.”

The congressman’s office told Fox News on Friday that Gaetz had secured a legal team led by attorneys Marc Mukasey and Isabelle Kishner, who “will take the fight to those trying to smear his name with falsehoods.”

“Matt has always been a fighter,” the spokesperson told the outlet. “A fighter for his constituents, a fighter for the country, and a fighter for the Constitution. He’s going to fight back against the unfounded allegations against him.”

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Alan “The-State-Can-Plunge-A-Needle-In-Your-Arm” Dershowitz Is In Epstein’s “Little Black Book”

Alan Dershowitz, the infamous lawyer for Donald Trump who said the government can “jab a needle in your arm” is in Jeffrey Epstein’s little black book of people who flew on the Lolita Express no fewer than 12 times.

Dershowitz, who defended President Donald Trump during his Senate impeachment trial says you have no right to decide what goes into your body. That is for the government to decide. Americans need to wake up. There is no left or right. The rulers are all on the same team. It’s us vs. them.

Top Lawyer Says The Government Has THE POWER To “Plunge a NEEDLE IN YOUR ARM”

So. who among Epstein’s infamous black book will need a good lawyer if Ghislaine Maxwell starts singing? At the top of the list are the usual scandal magnets, Prince Andrew, Bill Clinton, and Alan Dershowitz. They all hung around with Epstein, but each has a history of slithering out of jams.

Other Epstein associates with less experience in the hot seat might also start to squirm. Billionaire hedge fund owner Glenn Dubin, for example, who is one half of an accomplished Manhattan super-couple: His striking wife, Dr. Eva Andersson-Dubin, founded the Dubin Breast Center of the Tisch Cancer Institute at the Mount Sinai Medical Center.

Dershowitz is little more than a Nazi, with views that you have no right to your own body. He’s borderline senile, like Biden, and thinks the government can use any force necessary to “plunge a needle in your arm.” He’s a member of the elitists and ruling class and should be afraid that his ties to known pedophiles have surfaced.

But don’t expect justice. As we mentioned a few days ago, if Maxwell even comes close to signaling that she’s going to “name names,” she will meet a similar fate as Epstein. We’ve seen this before. The mainstream media will cover it up as a suicide and the tyrannical pedophiles will go on terrorizing the public and enslaving the masses.

The dirtbag Dershowitz also helped ensure Epstein never paid for his crimes. When Jeffrey Epstein found out in 2005 that he was being investigated by police for the sexual abuse of underage girls, he called Dershowitz.  The allegations were that Epstein had sexually abused girls when they were underage, sexually assaulted them, or masturbated in front of them during massages at his mansion. Dershowitz went to work discrediting some of Epstein’s accusers. One young woman, identified as A.H., said that she had started going to Epstein’s house when she was 16, that he had photographed her naked, and that he had attempted to rape her. Dershowitz sent the lead investigator a letter intended to call into question her character, culling information from her social media accounts. This character assassination helped Epstein get a “cushy plea deal” without actually having to pay for his crimes.

Epstein’s legal team arrived at a “non-prosecution agreement” with the office of the US attorney in Miami, then led by Alexander Acosta, who went on to become President Trump’s secretary of labor (he announced his resignation earlier this month after criticism of his role in the Epstein case). Under the deal, Epstein spent 13 months in jail and was able to go on work release to a nearby office — where, according to an attorney representing his accusers, he was able to continue preying on women. –VOX

Before SHTF, Let’s Revisit Jeffrey Epstein’s Little Black Book

Dershowitz isn’t the only high profile tyrant in Epstein’s book, but considering he thinks the government owns the bodies of millions of people, it’s imperative we shed some light on the distasteful character that he is as he continues to slither his way into positions of power.

It isn’t really shocking now that Dershowitz thinks he can violate the consent of those who don’t want to be vaccinated. After all, it looks like he has a habit of violating others without their consent and defends those who do the same.



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Lawyer dressed as grim reaper haunting Florida beaches to protest their reopening — and raise money for Dems

Florida attorney Daniel Uhlfelder has launched a tour of his state’s beaches now that they have been reopened by Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) after being shut down for several weeks in reaction to the coronavirus pandemic.

But Uhlfelder’s mission is not to catch some rays. He shows up dressed in a grim reaper costume to send a warning to beachgoers in protest of the reopening — and to raise money for Democrats.

What are the details?

Uhlfelder, an activist for public beach access in Florida, went viral on Friday after he was handed the microphone by a local television station during his “haunting” of Miramar Beach.

The attorney told the viewers of WMBB-TV that the message he is trying to send is that it is too soon to open beaches to the public because they are a draw to people from around the world. He argues that reopening now increases the risk of diminishing the progress Florida has made in fighting COVID-19.

Grim Reaper in Walton County

As the video of the “grim reaper” made its way through the Twittersphere, a Democratic strategist pointed out that Uhlfelder’s campaign was not only a protest of reopening the beaches, but an attempt to raise “$20,000 for Democrats for office in 2020.”

CNN reported that Uhlfelder’s beach tour is “also an effort to donate to the campaigns of Democratic candidates: Phil Ehr, running against incumbent Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz (R)…and Christy Smith (D), who’s running against former Rep. Katie Hill’s seat in California.”

Anything else?

Uhlfelder is best known for attacking former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee (R) — who owns a home in Walton County, Florida — online last year during a legal dispute over whether the beach in front of Huckabee’s home was public or private. Huckabee filed a bar complaint against Uhlfelder, saying the lawyer crossed the line in his public harassment of Huckabee and his family, as reported by the ABA Journal.

In March of this year, Uhlfelder also sued Florida Gov. De Santis for failing to issue an order closing the state’s beaches, which De Santis eventually issued on April 2, the Daily Mail reported.

NBC News reported that this isn’t the first time Uhlfelder has pulled a stunt to get people off of beaches during the COVID-19 pandemic. Last month, the lawyer traveled Florida beaches wearing a paintball costume in an effort to promote social distancing.

He said one woman told him that he was “scaring people,” to which he replied, “OK, that’s good.” He reasoned, “If people are scared, they they’ll leave. I want to go back to normal as soon as possible, too, but opening our beaches too early is not the way to do this.”

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Chad Prather delivers brilliant rant explaining the rise and fall of disgraced lawyer Michael Avenatti

Friday, disgraced lawyer Micheal Avenatti was found guilty on the charge of extortion in a case that involved Nike. Chad Prather delivered a brilliant rant about Avenatti’s misdeeds and provided biting commentary about the “legacy” Avenatti will leave behind.

“Michael Avenatti has been convicted of extortion so Happy Valentine’s Day. Stormy Daniels must be dancing over this,” Chad said.

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