Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia brought a photo lineup into the House Oversight Committee’s IRS whistleblower hearing that is one for the ages.
It was a montage of photographs of President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter, naked, having sex with different women. The pictures were carefully blocked out in places to avoid showing the actual private parts of Hunter or the women’s faces.
The hearing was about a criminal case over at the Justice Department pertaining to Hunter Biden and his tax evasion problems.
“Before we begin, I would like to let the committee and everyone watching at home that parental discretion is advised,” Greene said before showing the poster boards. She then talked about Hunter Biden’s various sexual escapades with sex-trafficked women.
“If he was purchasing her a plane ticket for sex and traveling across state lines, do you believe that to be a violation of the Mann Act?” she asked the witness.
The Mann Act is an anti-trafficking law that prohibits the transportation of “any woman or girl for the purpose of prostitution or debauchery, or for any other immoral purpose.” It has since been amended and expanded.
The description on one of the pictures said “Hunter recorded multiple sex tapes with a prostitute he paid for out of his law firm’s bank account.”
“This is evidence of Hunter Biden making pornography,” Greene said to the committee.
Rep. Jaime Raskin, a Democrat from Maryland, was horrified at the presentation, which has been condemned by Democrats like Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and mainstream liberal media.
“Should we be displaying this, Mr. Chairman?” the ranking member Raskin asked.
“Frankly, I don’t care who you are in this country, no one deserves that. It is abuse. It is abusive,” Ocasio-Cortez said.
The photos were from the laptop that belonged to Hunter Biden but that was left abandoned at a Delaware computer shop in 2019. The MacBook Pro is now in the hands of the FBI, which has been investigating whether Hunter Biden reported income from his various and sundry business dealings.
The witnesses in the hearing, Joseph Ziegler and Gary Shapley, said Hunter indeed made inappropriate business deductions related to a sex club membership and escorts.