Prince of Darkness… Used His Son, a Drug Addict, to Be His Bagman


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Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani recently called former Vice President Joe Biden the “prince of darkness” in a new video. The reasoning behind the nickname is that 2020 Democratic presidential nominee used his son Hunter Biden to conduct shady overseas business dealings.

“Joe Biden, the guy who used his son, a drug addict, to be his bag man. Why do you think he lost his teeth at 40 years old?” Giuliani unleashed.

Giuliani went on to comment on the type of people that Hunter did business with.


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“What do you think happens to a drug addict, dad, when you put him in with people like that?” he questioned. “He becomes a much worse drug addict. He becomes a degenerate drug addict.”

“You couldn’t find some bum in Washington to do this for you? You had to use your son and ruin his life?” Giuliani continued. “And you want to be President of our country? My goodness, you should check in to the local federal prison and start doing your time.  That’s where you belong, not in the White House.”

“You used your family to pick up your bribes, hide your bribes, live the life of a billionaire,” he added. “And by the way, I don’t think you failed in all those negotiations just because you’re stupid. I think you failed in those negotiations because you sold out the United States of America. That’s what I think you did. And you’re ready to do it again if we didn’t catch you.”

The situation around Hunter Biden and his scandal seems to be getting worse. Reportedly, federal investigators managed to get their hands on a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act warrant against Hunter Biden Chinese business associate Chi Ping Patrick Ho.

The documents were obtained by the Daily Caller News Foundation, and they show that the warrant was filed all the way back in February of 2018.

According to the court documents, the federal investigators obtained a FISA warrant which allowed them to conduct physical surveillance of Ho’s property.

“The United States intends to offer into evidence, or otherwise use or disclose in any proceedings in the above-captioned matter, information obtained or derived from electronic surveillance and physical search conducted pursuant to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act,” prosecutors said.

Ho’s lawyers tried to block evidence obtained through the FISA process from being used at Ho’s trial, but Ho was convicted in March 2019, and he was sentenced to three years in prison.

Since even his business partner was convicted, it seems Hunter might be next one of these days.

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