The president’s son, Hunter Biden, had addressed his corporate attorney by the racial slur, n***a.
His attorney, George Mesires, is white.
He has used the words multiple times, and sources have revealed Hunter Biden’s text messages that show these slurs being used. These texts may be embarrassing for his father’s image, President Joe Biden, who had recently decried racism on the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa massacre, and has been pushing to portray racial justice as one of his top priorities.
Hunter had joked in January 2019 that his corporate attorney has a big p*nis, and that he only loves him because he’s black, although he is white. In another text following the next month, he says, “how much money do I owe you. Because n***a you better not be charging me Hennessy rates.” His lawyer responds, “That made me snarf my coffee.”
The pictures of the texts had been recovered by a news source.Their messages seem to be playful, but this does not stop Hunter Biden from using racial slurs and joking about his p*nis.
They had small banters about philosophy and such.Hunter says in another text, “OMG n***a did you just a fictional character from the imagination of the collective frightened and my dead brothers unconditional love is what I should rely on and my kids aren’t children George.
Mesires responds, “My parents love was conditioned” and Biden comments back, “My p*nis as of late has been unconditional.”
Back in October 2018, Mesires had sent a bill to Biden’s business partner that involved a deal with Chinese oil giant, CEFC. The attorney’s hourly rate at the time was $845.
Among the photos that had been released to the press, there was a meme that Biden had saved that involved the n-word and former president, Barack Obama. The meme follows: Obama: Gonna miss you, man. Joe: Can I say it? Just this once? Obama: *sigh* go ahead. Joe: You my n***a, Barack.”
There is no clear intention as to why Biden had saved it to his laptop.
Mesires and Biden have not commented on the text messages being shown on the internet. The president has stated in a public speech that he did not believe that the country was racist, but the “overhang from all of the Jim Crow– and before that, slavery– have had a cost.”