Hunter Biden will Meet with Prospective Buyers of His Garbage Artwork in Private, Raising New Ethical Concerns About Influence Peddling

Tell us you’re influence peddling without telling us you’re influence peddling.

Remember when Psaki promised that identities of the potential buyers of Hunter Biden’s garbage artwork would be kept a secret from the Bidens?

“The gallerist will not share information about buyers or prospective buyers, including their identities, with Hunter Biden or the administration, which provides quite a level of protection,” White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said during a briefing a couple weeks ago.

According to new reports, Hunter Biden will be meeting with potential buyers for his artwork at a private affair in Los Angeles.

Hunter’s garbage artwork (photo below) will “range from $75,000 for works on paper to $500,000 for large-scale paintings.”

“He’s looking forward to it. It is like someone debuting in the world. And of course he will be there,” Georges Berges Gallery spokeswoman Robin Davis told CBS News. ​​

But don’t worry because Davis said that at Hunter’s art shows “everyone will be vetted…so, whomever is appropriate will be attending.”

CBS News reported:

Hunter Biden is expected to meet with prospective buyers at two art shows where his paintings will be on display later this year, according to a spokesperson for the New York gallery retained to sell art made by the president’s son.

The shows, a small, private affair in Los Angeles and a larger exhibition in New York City, will give Biden an opportunity to interact with potential buyers of his paintings, which the gallery expects to sell for as much as $500,000.

Hunter Biden is working with a shady SoHo art dealer with strong ties to China to hold an exhibition in New York this fall.

According to the New York Post, Soho art dealer Georges Bergès has strong ties to China and was once arrested for “terrorist threats.”

This set up is so shady that even Obama’s ethics chief Walter Shaub blasted the Biden White House for brokering Hunter Biden’s shady art deal.

Walter Shaub said the art dealing industry is “notorious for money laundering.”

“This is just preposterous,” Shaub said of Hunter Biden’s art selling for up to $500,000.

Shaub said Joe Biden should have talked Hunter Biden out of selling his art because it gives the appearance that he is profiting off of his father’s fame.

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