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(OPINION HEADLINE) You Might Not Like It, but Hunter Biden's Shenanigans Are Real News...The mainstream press shouldn't ignore the president's son's questionable business practices.


The 1980s TV crime drama Hunter featured an eponymous main character who popularized the catchphrase, "Works for me." Today's crime drama surrounding Hunter Biden evokes a different repeated utterance: "Who did Hunter work for?"

The troubled presidential scion is in the news again and raising questions about his father, President Joe Biden. This unwanted attention has also renewed questions about the media's relative lack of interest in the younger Biden's highly questionable business interests during the 2020 presidential election.

Last week, Politico reported: "The New York Times is still digging into Hunter Biden's business relationships." The Gray Lady sued the State Department to get emails about Hunter Biden that were sent or received by the US Embassy in Romania. It will be interesting to see what, if anything, these new emails reveal.

Although it garnered more attention on the right than in the mainstream media, last September, Politico reporter Ben Schreckinger, author of The Bidens, confirmed the validity of some of the controversial emails that surfaced during the 2020 campaign-including an email with a Chinese oil executive, referencing equity to be held for "the big guy." (The big guy was Joe Biden, according to the recipient, Tony Bobulinski, a business partner of Hunter's.)

Schreckinger also confirmed an email involving a Ukrainian business executive thanking Hunter for introducing him to his father at a dinner the previous night. (Joe Biden's team denies the meeting.)

Meanwhile, conservative media is turning up the heat. Fox Nation is currently streaming a four-part series called Who Is Hunter Biden, and author Peter Schweizer just published a new book called Red-Handed, which alleges that the Biden family "received some $31 million from Chinese individuals who are linked to the highest levels of Chinese intelligence." According to Schweizer, one of those individuals was investor Che Fung, who is referred to in emails by Hunter Biden as the 'Superchairman.'" Schweizer also alleges that "Hunter Biden was paying his father's bills with the foreign money&"