CRICKETS: Nets Silent on Latest Sleazy Hunter Biden Art Cash Scheme


If you needed any more proof that “democracy dies in darkness” and speaking truth to power are no longer concepts that interest the media in the Joe Biden era, Hunter Biden keeps proving it over and over.

On Saturday, the New York Post reported the latest in sleaziness: The Art gallery representing the Biden son had its small business loan skyrocket from $150,000 to a total of $580,000. And all three networks, from Saturday through Monday morning, collectively ignored the sketchy development. 

The Post explained: 

A federal COVID loan to the art gallery repping Hunter Biden more than doubled after his father took office, records show.

The Georges Berges Gallery initially received a $150,000 COVID “disaster assistance loan” from the Small Business Administration last year, according to public records.

But the loan was recently “revised,” with the SBA approving a further $350,000 to the SoHo gallery this summer, records show.

All tolled, $580,000 in taxpayer-funded COVID relief aid was doled out to a gallery with only two employees, according to SBA records.

From Saturday to Monday morning, the morning and evening network news shows on ABC, CBS and NBC skipped the suspicious cash infusion to the tiny, politically connected art gallery. However, Fox and Friends on Sunday noticed: 

 

 

RACHEL CAMPOS-DUFFY: Hunter Biden’s art dealer received 350K in federal loans after President Biden became president. It was $150 first. Then Biden comes in, it goes up to $580. What is really weird about this, this is little gallery. Pete, there are only two employees. They got $580,000. 

PETE HEGSETH: Break this down. This is two-employee art gallery in Manhattan. Initially got $150,000 in loans. When President Trump was there. Then in July, as the rumors and rumblings of hunter’s upcoming exhibit were there, they get, their approval gets revised up an additional $350,000 approved. So, now they have $500,000 in disaster assistance loans. They also got 80 grand in the paycheck protection program. As you point out $580,000 to an art gallery with two employees? 

Host Pete Hegseth concluded, “The whole thing feels like a sham.” But don’t tell that to the network newscasts. They see nothing suspicious here. 

For more on Hunter Biden and the top censored stories connected to Joe Biden’s son, go here. 

A partial transcript from Fox is below: 

Fox and Friend Sunday
10/10/2021
6:22 AM ET 

RACHEL CAMPOS-DUFFY: Someone else behind the curtain. This person is making a lot of money. his name is hunter Biden. It just never seems to end. You thought you saw it all when the hookers, the crack, there is more, you know. He is an art, he is an artist right now and now the gallery that is featuring his work in New York City and Soho, seems to be making money after a little more Covid money after featuring Hunter, after his father was put in office. 

Hunter Biden’s art dealer received 350K in federal loans after President Biden became president. It was $150 first. Then Biden comes in, it goes up to $580. What is really weird about this, this is little gallery. Pete, there are only two employees. They got $580,000. 

PETE HEGSETH: Break this down. This is two-employee art gallery in Manhattan. Initially got $150,000 in loans. When President Trump was there. Then in July, as the rumors and rumblings of hunter’s upcoming exhibit were there, they get, their approval gets revised up an additional $350,000 approved. So, now they have $500,000 in disaster assistance loans. They also got 80 grand in the paycheck protection program. As you point out $580,000 to an art gallery with two employees? 

CAMPOS-DUFFY: Right. 

HEGSETH: It’s emblematic of the amount of grift I’m sure is in these programs. And oh by the way, on top of it wasn’t Hunter Biden not know who is buying his art? There he is is at his gallery. 

CAMPOS-DUFFY: With the guy. 

HEGSETH: — With everybody buying his art. The whole thing feels like a sham. 

CAIN: The owner of that gallery is George Beres. 

CAMPOS-DUFFY: He is in SoHo. 

CAIN: E-mailed a statement to the New York Post. He said, “I received my PPP loan in April of 2020 when Donald Trump was president along with countless other galleries, which considering the global pandemic happening we had every right to. Most galleries received the loan. We were not unique. The New York Post says in the article it is true other galleries might have received loans from their investigation what they gathered so far, none received this level to this amount.



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