Looks like little Hunter is finally growing up and finding easier ways to profit off being Joe Biden’s son. 

It was way too hard for him – too much of a bother – to have to be on the board of directors or anything difficult like that. It’s much easier to just to throw paint at a canvas while appearing to be drunk and blindfolded and then sell said painting for $500,000.

Hunter will be having a private showing of his artwork this fall and I’m sure every dictator and opportunist in the world is clamoring to buy some of his paintings so that they can meet his daddy for financial and/or nefarious reasons.

No, Hunter is not drawing puppies or unicorns – or even something he knows well like prostitutes or heroin needles. His specialty is “abstract” artwork. That means you suck as an artist but sometimes you use colors that match someone’s decor so they might buy your painting.

Apparently, Hunter has drawn colorful works of human body parts, trees and other geometric patterns – so he’s sure to find fans who are global warming freaks, murderers and people who are blind. Or people who just really really want to meet with Joe Biden.

Hunter’s painting’s are estimated to cost between $75,000 and half a million dollars.

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Gee, I wonder why.

It wouldn’t be because it’s a money laundering scheme, perhaps? Pay-to-Play? Something that’s totally not on the up and up?

I wonder what would have happened – what the media would have said – if Trump Jr. or Eric had done something similar? What if they had painted rocks and sold them at art auctions for $50K each? Or sold paper airplanes for tens of thousands of dollars?

Like the Clinton Foundation, Hunter seems to have found his niche on how to take people’s money easily in exchange for a promise of other things to come.

What does Joe think about Hunter’s artwork? Hunter says, “My dad loves everything that I do, and so I’ll leave it at that.’’