After an alleged $75k handout from his dad Joe, Hunter Biden filmed himself smoking drugs and drinking hard seltzer in a float tank while on a detox. The exclusive footage shows the president’s deeply troubled son in January 2019, taking a hit from what appears to be a crack pipe at a health spa in Newburyport, Massachusetts.
At first, Hunter can be seen floating around and touching himself sexually while trippy ambient music plays in the background. After that, he briefly leaves the tank and comes back with the drugs and a can of what appears to be a Black Cherry-flavored White Claw.
Hunter then stares hauntingly into the camera with the sensory deprivation tank’s fluorescent green light reflected on his drug-ravaged face, and this is the end of the disturbing video.
The revelations come after the president invited Hunter onto the White House balcony for the July 4th fireworks.
The footage was shot by Hunter after traveling to the North Shore area, near Boston, in an attempt to get sober, and after his father wired him tens of thousands of dollars for treatment and told him: “Stick with it.”
His guide was Keith Ablow, the now-disgraced celebrity psychiatrist, as he tried to break free from his addiction to crack cocaine. But rather than face up to his demons, Hunter continued to get high, text messages and other evidence show, as reported.
A bombshell iPhone backup on Hunter’s infamous “laptop from hell,” is where the materials were found, which the New York Post first began reporting on three weeks before the 2020 presidential election.
The information could have created a serious risk of blackmail against the president’s son, experts have warned.
“If a backup is decrypted and contains compromising, unsavory or even illegal material, the implication is that as the son of a sitting president, that is a huge amount of leverage over that individual,” said Campbell Murray, a former global head of cybersecurity for smartphone brand BlackBerry.
“Anyone who obtained that material could say to them ‘I will show the world what you’ve been doing or what you’ve been storing on your phone,'” he continued. “If that material gets into the hands of any nation state actor, foreign intelligence service or anybody with a desire to create leverage against a political party or movement, that would be a huge card for them to play.”
Hunter begged his dad to send him money for the treatment in one text from early December 2018, claiming he was struggling to pay his daughters’ rent, alimony, healthcare, and day-to-day bills.
“Ok, how do you want to do this? I can pay tuition directly and their housing and give you the rest,” the president replied around ten minutes later.