Taxpayers Paying $30k/mo for Malibu Mansion to Protect Hunter Biden

Hunter Biden

( – American taxpayers are paying more than $30,000 monthly to house the security detail of Hunter Biden, President Joe Biden’s controversial son.

According to a report by ABC News, the money is used to rent a mansion for Secret Service agents in Malibu, California, so that they can protect Hunter Biden.

The past couple of years has seen numerous scandalous revelations about Hunter Biden and the inner workings of the Biden family, thanks to leaks from a laptop of his that got abandoned at a computer shop in Delaware in 2020.

The leaks of videos, text messages and documents testify to the First Son’s addiction to drugs and alcohol, frequent hiring of prostitutes, money troubles, squandering of his and his family fortunes, and shady financial deals with Chinese Communist spies-turned-energy-tycoons.

On top of that, Hunter Biden has been investigated by the FBI since 2019 for financial fraud and money laundering, among other white-collar crimes.

The ABC News report reveals that in the past 1.5 years since Joe Biden entered the White House, Hunter has been living in a mansion in Malibu and paying $20,000 rent per month from his own – or his family’s – money.

To guard the president’s son in that accommodation, however, his Secret Service detail has been forced to rent another Malibu mansion right next to his and pay more than $30,000 per month.

The Secret Service picked the mansion in question so that its agents could be “as close as possible” to the First Son, sources are quoted as saying.

“Due to the need to maintain operational security, the U.S. Secret Service does not comment on the means, methods, or resources to conduct our protective operations,” the Secret Service told The Hill in an email to confirm or deny the report.

While the FBI is investigating whether Hunter Biden broke the Foreign Agents Registration Act (FARA), his father and the White House staff have claimed he is innocent.

Joe Biden himself has denied any knowledge of his son’s business dealings. Still, one of the latest leaks – of a voicemail message he left for Hunter in December 2018 seems to indicate otherwise.

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