HANSON: What game is Hunter Biden playing?

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What shameless act or crime was not detected on Hunter Biden’s laptop? Racist attitudes towards Asians? Promote prostitution? Criminal drug use? Photographed nudity and perverse sex? Approvals for illegal foreign shakedowns?

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Hunter all but accused his own father, President Joe Biden, of also siding with foreign countries: “I hope you all can do what I did and pay for everything for this whole family… Unlike Pop “I won’t force you to give me half your salary.”

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Hunter’s alleged crimes range from bribery to tax evasion. The fact that he hasn’t been charged with anything yet is scandalous. His exoneration is due only to Attorney General Merrick Garland’s likely weaponized instructions to federal prosecutors to downgrade or forget the felony charges against Hunter.

Given this wild behavior, why shouldn’t Hunter tone it down, stop the global bribery, stop the reckless behavior – and stop drawing attention to the likely illegal actions of his father, the president?

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Why didn’t Hunter just settle the child support lawsuit filed by his mistress, Lunden Roberts? Why haggle over money for your own daughter?

Hunter instead brazenly claimed to be virtually poor. This excuse was hilarious considering he flies on private jets and pays nearly $16,000 a month to rent a home in popular, celebrity-ridden Malibu.

Why did Hunter get involved with a performance stripper in the first place after his previous affairs with prostitutes had attracted much attention? Why with his own widowed sister-in-law?

Given this, Hunter has little or no experience or training in high-risk international finance and investments – and therefore has no market value as an investor or broker. But he was notorious for turning that nothing into millions in profits based solely on his ability to monetize then-Vice President Joe Biden’s influence.

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So, now that he’s under 24/7 surveillance, why would Hunter dare to recreate himself as an “artist” by blowing through straws in his mouth?

His amateurish canvases somehow sold for up to $500,000 a piece. Both Biden donors and players viewed their purchases of such mediocre art as a ploy to either rub shoulders with or profit from his father, Joe Biden.

But wouldn’t his painting just lead to greater criminal scrutiny and greater embarrassment for the president?

Hunter Biden’s lawyers tried to get federal prosecutors to agree to drop their charges – by threatening to call President Joe Biden himself as a Hunter witness, likely creating a constitutional crisis!

In such a scenario, the president, under oath, would be forced to lie again that he had no knowledge of or involvement in Hunter’s illegal conduct. Or if he were to admit the truth of what he did, he would be contradicting years of stubborn denials.

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Why would Hunter involve his father and his president in such a publicity circus?

Hunter lost an incriminating laptop because he left it at a repair shop. He left his crack pipe in a rental car. His illegally registered handgun was found in a dumpster near a school.

So wouldn’t the carefree Hunter insist that all Bidens in the spotlight take extra care never to abstain from incriminating drugs – especially in the White House?

But just recently, lost cocaine was found in an entrance vestibule in the West Wing. Various media outlets claimed it belonged to someone “close to the Biden family.”

One of two things explains the continued reckless behavior of wayward son Hunter Biden:

First, he is either still using drugs or is suffering so badly from a previous addiction that he has lost all common sense and judgment and simply cannot control his behavior.

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Or two: Hunter is a bitter, angry son. As Biden’s bagman for foreign shakedown cash, he did the dirty work and risked the most legal exposure that made all the Bidens rich.

But instead of family praise – so the broke Hunter seems to be whining on his laptop – Hunter gets no respect from those he has enriched.

And now he, not her, could go to jail first.

So is his ongoing recklessness a not-so-subtle reminder of all the Bidens — especially his father, the “Big Guy”?

That means Hunter won’t take the fall. He won’t end up in jail for decades while the other freed Bidens continue to enjoy their ill-gotten riches thanks to Hunter’s imaginative cons.

No wonder the first family in months moved Hunter to the White House and put him on Air Force One.

Are you saying, “Keep Hunter close and smug — or else”?

Victor Davis Hanson is a distinguished contributor to the Center for American Greatness. He is a classical scholar and historian at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution and the author of The Second World Wars: How the First Global Conflict Was Fought and Won by Basic Books.

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