U.S. Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI) said Republicans can prove that Hunter Biden paid “tens of thousands of dollars for prostitutes that were sex trafficked through an international sex trafficking ring.”
Senator Johnson made the latest bombshell allegation against the president’s troubled son during an interview with Fox News on Tuesday.
“One thing that we don’t talk enough about, I know President Biden is just so proud of his son, but we have the evidence that Hunter Biden paid for, paid tens-of-thousands of dollars for prostitutes that were sex-trafficked through an international sex trafficking ring,” Johnson said.
“Oh,” host Harris Faulkner responded.
“Yes, ick. And President Biden, during about a four- or five-month period, offered to pay for about $100,000 of Hunter Biden’s bills when he was spending tens-of-thousands of dollars on these women who were sex-trafficked,” he continued.
The Wisconsin senator went on to say that House Republicans have the financial transactions that prove Hunter Biden’s conduct.
“It is grotesque but the media doesn’t concentrate on it, we had that in our report. We had the financial transactions proving it, James Comer does the same thing,” Johnson said.
“But again, it is so icky, it’s so reprehensible. People don’t wanna hear about it, but it’s just galling to hear the president talk about how ‘proud’ he is of Hunter. And he enables this, he enables it by propping up his son both in terms of those types of words as well as financially.”
“It’s really pretty sick,” he added.
Hunter Biden is currently the subject of a number of legal investigations and accusations. He is currently awaiting potential charges in a years-long investigation into tax and gun violations. According to a 2020 report from Fox News, Biden is potentially facing two misdemeanor tax filing charges, a felony tax evasion charge, and a false statement charge over a gun purchase.
Despite the number of legal sagas involving Hunter Biden, the president said he is “proud” of his son and believes he has done “nothing wrong” in a recent interview with MSNBC.