Hunter Biden Nailed in New Bribery Scheme!?

( – A new batch of shocking revelations into the Bidens has disclosed that scandalous First Son Hunter Biden’s dubious paintings were bought by a Democrat donor appointed by his father to a special US federal commission.

One criminal justice expert called it a classic way to try and conceal bribery and potentially money laundering.

A report by Business Insiders reveals that Hunter has discovered the identities of at least two of his artwork’s buyers despite the Biden administration’s claims that those would be kept secret from him for ethical reasons.

One is revealed to be California socialite and real estate investor Elizabeth Hirsh Naftali, The National Review reports.

Besides buying Hunter Biden’s paintings – which many suspect to be a cover-up for a bribery scheme, this year, Naftali has donated $13,414 to President Joe Biden’s reelection campaign and $29,700 to the Democratic National Campaign Committee.

In July 2022, the president appointed Naftali to the Commission for the Preservation of America’s Heritage Abroad, a job “highly coveted by Democratic elites.”

Hunter Biden’s long-time business partner, Eric Schwerin, was appointed to the same body in 2015 by then-President Barack Obama.

Naftali’s appointment by Joe Biden occurred eight months after Hunter Biden’s art debuted at an NYC venue selling his paintings, the Georges Bergès Gallery of Manhattan.

According to the report, it remains unclear whether the Democrat donor bought Hunter’s paintings before or after she landed the desired federal commission appointment.

A source is quoted as saying that Naftali was appointed thanks to a recommendation by then-House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, not by buying Hunter’s art.

The Business Insider report didn’t reveal the identity of the other buyer known to Hunter Biden. Still, the outlet established through internal gallery documents that one client bought $875,000 worth of his art.

According to the report, another of Hunter’s art buyers is his so-called “sugar brother,” Kevin Morris, a wealthy lawyer who allegedly lent him $2 million to cover his unpaid taxes.

Whether Morris was the mystery deep-pocket client who spent nearly $1 million on Hunter Biden paintings remains unknown.

“Hunter Biden is a private citizen who is entitled to have his own career as an artist. We are not involved in his art sales, and any buyers of his art are not disclosed to the White House,” White House official Ian Sams told the publication.