Judge orders Hunter Biden to appear in court on paternity case

Hunter Biden is finally going to have to appear in court — just not the court most conservatives were hoping for.

According to Breitbart, the son of a former vice president “must appear in court after violating court orders to turn over financial documents as part of a paternity case,” Judge Holly Meyer of Arkansas ordered Tuesday.

Show me the money

Hunter Biden has some serious legal problems on his hands that are going to impact his father’s campaign.

Joe Biden regularly rails about the moral fabric of this country, yet his son denied having an affair, then denied the child that came from it was his — but the DNA tests have proven him to be a liar.

Considering the public profile of his family, you would think Hunter Biden would do everything he can to portray himself as a straight shooter, but he is going a different route. The younger Biden has refused to turn over his financial statements to establish child support because he believes those financials will be used against his father during the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump.

Family Court records are sealed, though, so only the attorneys and the presiding judge would be privy to this information.

Attorneys for the child’s mother, Lunden Alexis Roberts, addressed this issue in a statement.

“My understanding is impeachment proceedings are ongoing. I have not received any subpoena,” one member of Roberts’ legal team said, according to Breitbart. “I don’t believe we have any stake in the impeachment proceedings. We don’t have any stake in it whatsoever. We need his income so we can determine child support.”

“Broke” Biden?

For his part, Hunter Biden has been trying to tell the court that he is broke and is no longer working due to the fact his “jobs” conflicted with his father running for president. That, however, is not completely true.

Hunter Biden still has a massive stake in an equity firm that was largely funded with money from the Chinese, according to reports.

He was also raking in anywhere from a reported $50,000 per month to as much as $83,000 per month until recently for his board position at Ukrainian energy company Burisma Holdings.

If Hunter has burned through all that money, most Americans would love to see some receipts. Where did it all go?

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