Hunter Biden's revealed text messages reveals racists remarks

 April 20, 2023

Hunter Biden's leaked text messages reveal racist words used in conversations with his niece and other individuals.

A 2019 text message found Biden making a racist remark against people of Asian background.

The problem

"Domesticated foreigner is fine. No yellow," Hunter Biden said about setting him up on a date with his niece's friend.

"The slur, uncovered from Hunter's abandoned laptop, is particularly distressing as it comes amid a surge in racist attacks against Asian-Americans," the Daily Mail reported.

Not the first time

"Hunter Biden, the president’s son, used the n-word several times in text conversations with his $800 dollar an hour attorney to celebrate the fact that the media wasn’t covering his latest failures very aggressively," Outkick's Clay Travis wrote.

"As I write this column the New York Times, the Washington Post, MSNBC, and CNN have not covered the story," he added.

The text, mentioned in 2021 in another report, said the president's son wanted a much younger woman.

"The president's son, then age 49, said he wanted to date 24-year-olds because the young women were 'easy to impress.'"

"He wrote that '24 is great. Seriously.' He added that it's 'incredibly easy to impress a 24 year old,'" the report added.

The concerning resurfacing of the problem adds to concerns in the ongoing investigation of Hunter Biden and his international business connections. As many as nine Biden family members are now named in the investigation by the Oversight Committee led by GOP Rep. James Comer (R-KY).

The latest report also may anger some Asian-background people, including Biden's Chinese business connections, as the investigation continues into his questionable practices during the years that his father served as vice president under then-President Barack Obama. Much more is set to be released with thousands of communications on Hunter's famous "laptop from hell."

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