The desperate propaganda of Joe Biden's spin artists is continuing to unravel - with the latest spin from Hunter Biden's lawyers collapsing in a matter of hours.
According to court documents, Hunter Biden was apparently living in California when he received bank wires from China at his father's home across the country in Delaware, Breitbart reported.
The information contradicts the claim from Hunter's lawyers that he was actually living with his father when those wires went through.
Chinese associates affiliated with the company BHR Partners wired $260,000 to Hunter Biden at his father's Delaware home in the summer of 2019.
The wires are striking because of their direct link to Joe Biden - and unlike many previously documented transfers, they didn't pass through shell companies, Republican James Comer (Ky.) noted.
Hunter's lawyer, Abbe Lowell, claimed the money was a loan against Hunter's stake in BHR, and that the checks correctly listed Hunter's actual permanent address at the time following the collapse of his first marriage.
“This was a documented loan (not a distribution or pay-out) that was wired from a private individual to his new bank account which listed the address on his driver’s license, his parents’ address, because it was his only permanent address at the time,” Lowell said in a statement provided to CNN.
However, there is evidence Hunter Biden was living elsewhere. His collapsed sweetheart plea deal says he "remained in California and spent much of the Summer 2019 painting and developing plans for his memoir."
His memoir, Beautiful Things, also said he was living in the Golden State at the time.
On the other hand, there is evidence Hunter Biden was living with his father for an unclear period of time after his divorce.
An infamous 2017 photo depicts Hunter Biden in his father's Corvette with two women. On the day the picture was taken, Hunter sent a threatening text message to a Chinese business associate that mentioned Joe Biden.
Hunter Biden's former business partner, Devon Archer, has confirmed that Joe Biden was "the brand" his son was peddling overseas and that Joe Biden spoke with his son's business partners, including BHR's CEO Jonathan Li, on the phone.
The White House, Democrats in Congress, and the media have vehemently insisted there is "no evidence" linking Biden with his son and his business deals, despite a trove of texts, emails, and bank records pointing to a tangled financial relationship.
Hunter listed his father's residence on his driver's license and personal credit card, and the first son notoriously griped about paying his father's bills.
Records point to a mutually beneficial relationship: in a newly released text, Hunter complained that he had run out of money and would need to tap his father to help pay his alimony.
“I can work when I’m in NYC all day every day for the next 3 months,” Hunter wrote to his uncle James Biden. “But I can’t pay alimony w/o Dad or tuitions or for food and gas. Really it’s all gone.”
The White House characterized Hunter's time at the Delaware house as "off and on" while dismissing Comer's probe as a baseless witch hunt.