A heated dispute erupted between Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene and Hunter Biden after the congresswoman publicly displayed sexually explicit photos of the president’s son during a recent House Oversight Committee hearing. Hunter Biden’s lawyer filed an ethics complaint against Greene for her actions, but the Georgia Republican insisted that Hunter Biden “wanted everyone to see” the images, as reported by the New York Post.
Greene claimed that Hunter Biden had personally uploaded the explicit shots to foreign amateur porn sites and Porn Hub, implying that he desired widespread exposure of the photos. During the IRS whistleblowers hearing, she showed the graphic images, cautioning the audience about their disturbing nature before holding them up to the cameras.
In response to Greene’s actions, Hunter Biden’s lawyer, Abbe Lowell, condemned the congresswoman’s behavior as an “outrageous, undignified” political stunt in the ethics complaint.
However, Greene fired back, asserting that the lawyer’s complaint inadvertently confirmed the authenticity of the images and proved her point. She contended that the photos showed Hunter Biden engaging in acts that potentially violated federal sex-trafficking statutes, specifically the Mann Act. This legislation prohibits the transportation of individuals across state lines for immoral purposes, including prostitution and debauchery.
Greene argued that Hunter Biden’s actions with the alleged prostitutes amounted to sex trafficking, and she accused him of treating the women involved as “business expenses.” Moreover, she claimed that he committed tax fraud by deducting these expenses from his law firm’s taxes.
The controversy surrounding the explicit images has intensified the already contentious relationship between Greene and Hunter Biden. As the ethics complaint plays out, the public watches closely, and the discussion over the appropriateness of the display continues.