First son Hunter Biden wants to make sure his love child with an ex-stripper is allowed to lead a “peaceful existence,” by refusing to let her to use his famous surname.
Hunter is in the middle of a paternity suit with Lunden Roberts, the mother of four-year-old Navy Joan Roberts, who he denied fathering, until a DNA test confirmed she was his daughter in early 2020.
The case was initially settled outside of court in March of the same year, with Hunter agreeing to pay an undisclosed amount of child support.
However, Hunter reopened the case in September, in an attempt to get his child support payments reduced through a circuit court in Independence, Arkansas, where Roberts resides.
At the end of 2022, Roberts asked presiding Judge Holly Meyer to allow Hunter’s fourth child to “benefit from carrying the Biden family name,” which her lawyer said was “now synonymous with being well educated, successful, financially acute, and politically powerful.”
On the second anniversary of the Capitol Riot, Hunter’s attorney’s asked Meyer to refuse the request to allow his estranged child to live a “peaceful existence” without the burden of being a Biden.
Contrary to Robert’s claim that becoming a Biden would give Navy a leg up in the world, Hunter claimed that his surname has a negative connotation associated with it, despite the fact that his father is the current President of the United States.
He asked the judge to hold off on the renaming until Navy, who he has never met, is old enough to decide if she wants to be known as his daughter, rather than now, when he stated that “the disparagement of the Biden name is not at its height.”
Hunter also accused Roberts of using the child as “political warfare” against his family, as her change of heart about Navy’s surname contradicts her efforts to keep the little girl’s name and identifying information out of public record when the case was filed in 2019.
From Roberts’ perspective, Hunter owes Navy his last name for keeping her “estranged” from the first family in a deliberately neglectful manner.
“To the extent this is misconduct or neglect, it can be rectified by changing her last name to Biden so that she may undeniably be known to the world as the child of the defendant and member of the prestigious Biden family.”
In Roberts’ Dec. 27 filing, she also asked the court to drop his motion to reduce child support, as she believes he is “attempting to stifle discovery into his financial affairs,” despite a “well-established history of a lavish lifestyle.”
Her attorney, Clinton Lancaster, also asked the judge to divulge information from the federal investigation into Hunter’s tax records to find out if he “failed to disclose all his income.”
It’s not the first time Hunter has cried poor during the paternity suit.
When the case initially went to court in 2019, he claimed he was left in “significant debt” from his divorce from ex-wife Kathleen Buhle.
“I attest that I am unemployed and have had no monthly income since May 2019,” he asserted in a written statement.
According to the Daily Mail, he was living in a $12,000 a month rental property and driving around a Porsche at the time.
However insane the sitting president’s son might sound for claiming that the Biden name is being disparaged, former President Trump’s latest social media tirade against his father might prove his point.
The White House revealed that five more classified documents from Biden’s time as Obama’s Vice President were found in his Wilmington, Delaware home this week.
The administration’s Saturday admission comes on the heels of the disclosure that Biden’s aides had discovered 10 classified documents in a locked closet in his private University of Pennsylvania office in Washington D.C., days before the midterm elections.
On Thursday, the White House Counsel’s Office disclosed that an additional stash of classified documents were found in Biden’s garage next to his classic car.
“Classified documents next to your Corvette? What were you thinking?” Fox News White House correspondent Peter Doocy questioned the president on Thursday.
“I’m going to get the chance to speak on all of this, God willing it’ll be soon, but I said earlier this week — and by the way my Corvette is in a locked garage. It’s not like it’s sitting out in the street,” Biden sniped back.
Trump, whose Mar-a-Lago estate was raided by the FBI for presidential documents six months ago, and may be prosecuted for possessing them, laid into “hopeless Joe,” “the Fake Bureau of Investigation (FBI),” and the “Department of Injustice” (DOJ), for their “corrupt” and relentless pursuit of him.
“What Biden did was wrong, but he was given a reasonable and stable Special Counsel who is sane, inclined not to make waves, friendly with RINOs, and is not known as a flame-throwing lunatic or a Biden hater,” his lengthy statement began.
“What I did was RIGHT, secured documents in a secured place, lock on the doors, guards and Secret Service all around, security cameras working,” Trump continued.
“Mar-a-Lago is essentially an armed fort, and was built that way in the 1920’s, with high walls & structure to serve as the Southern W.H.,” he posted to Truth Social on Saturday.
He pointed out the legal difference between his ability to declassify documents as a former president, and Biden’s lack of that specific power when he was vice president.
“I was President of the U.S. and covered and protected by the Presidential Records Act, which is not criminal and allows and encourages you to talk to the NARA,” he continued.
“Which we were, very nicely, until the FBI, who it is now learned has been after me for years without pause or question, RAIDED Mar-a-Lago, a stupid and probably illegal thing to do.”
“As President,” I have the right to declassify documents, Biden did not,” Trump snapped.