Wow, looks like the Biden family may perceive themselves as above the law as the Clinton cadre does, given how brazenly they blow off everyone who approaches them with very real, very valid evidence regarding their distressing overseas antics.
That “above the law” attitude is apparently not only applicable to the Bidens themselves, but also anyone associated with the Bidens, including corrupt business partners.
Georges Bergès, a shady Soho art dealer, has recently blown off requests for information regarding the mysterious buyers of Hunter Biden’s “art,” especially as pieces fetched upwards of a reported $500,000 each.
And, even more shockingly, Hunter is apparently resuming art sales in New York City again, in spite of everything happening on a global scale.
Even shadier is the fact that Bergès is deeply intertwined with varied Chinese characters, all of whom collectively appear to be mocking America at the moment.
Needless to say, given sales of Hunter’s past “services” to Ukrainians, Russians, and Chinese, this development has led to some cause for concern.
Bergès, of course, is predictably hiding behind the so-called official policies of the Townsend Group, which is the main entity through which his shady art deals occur.
“As with every artist, sales are always confidential to protect the privacy of the collector. Pricing fine art in his experiences as a Gallerist is based on the demand of the work as well and the intrinsic value of it. His feeling is that within each piece – as with every artist, sales are always confidential to protect the privacy of the collector, this is standard practice for transactions in galleries as well as auction houses,” Bergès drawled.
Oh yeah? Great to know that such “confidentiality” extends to likely corrupt buyers, especially when the buyers can effectively obtain second-degree access to the president through simply dropping relatively small amounts on Hunter’s scribblings.
After all, look how little it took to invest in “the Big Guy” to compromise the entire nation.
Alex Acevedo, the owner of the Alexander Gallery in Midtown Manhattan, clearly sees the sale of Hunter’s “art” for what it is.
“He’s the president’s son. Everybody would want a piece of that. The provenance is impeccable,” Acevedo drawled, noting that buyers could experience “guaranteed instant profit.”
Indeed, with how aggressively DA Alvin Bragg is pursuing Trump, ironically as New York City continues to fall apart, it is telling that Bragg is not at all bothered by far more significant national security implications buried in the Biden files.
As sagely queried by House Judiciary Chair Jim Jordan, “Is Alvin Bragg looking into Hunter Biden’s art sales and business records in New York City? Outrageous.”
Absolutely. Especially given the chilling implications of a Senate Subcommittee Report in 2020.
“The art industry is considered the largest, legal unregulated industry in the United States. Unlike financial institutions, the art industry is not subject to Bank Secrecy Act’s (‘BSA’) requirements, which mandate detailed procedures to prevent money laundering and to verify a customer’s identity. While the BSA does not apply to art transactions by art dealers and auction houses, sanctions do. No U.S. person or entity is allowed to do business with a sanctioned individual or entity,” the report warned.
In other words, the perfect cover for “the Big Guy.”
Little wonder that he’s resumed his profiteering once again through his son, while the entirety of the media remains fixated on Trump, just as “the Big Guy” commands.
Author: Jane Jones