U.S President’s Son Hunter Reportedly Called Lawyer Ni**a Repeatedly
This emerged just days after his father, President Joe Biden gave a speech decrying racism on the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa massacre
US President Joe Biden’s first son Hunter, 51, repeatedly called his white attorney the N-word in a pair of bizarre and occasionally lewd text conversations late in 2018 and early 2019, according to newly-unearthed messages.
This emerged following President Biden’s speech, last week, on the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa massacre in which a white mob killed an estimated 300 black people in Oklahoma. Joe Biden had pledged to help fight racism in policing following George Floyd’s death. and has even backed studies exploring reparations for slavery and other injustices against African Americans.
In an exchange on Dec. 13, 2018, taken from Hunter’s abandoned laptop and first reported by Daily Mail.com, the younger Biden asked Chicago-based corporate attorney George Mesires, “How much money do I owe you” before adding “Becaause [sic] ni**a you better not be charging me Hennessy rates”
“That made me snarf my coffee,” replied Mesires, who is white.
“I just made that phrase up, by the way,” Biden responded, adding, “I should have [h]ad your lineage.”
“Apparently you do,” answered Mesires, before Biden responded: “That’s what I’m saying ni**a”
A month later, the Mail reported, a second, more serious exchange between Hunter and Mesires was interrupted by attempts at banter.
“Where do you find unconditional love then George,” Hunter asked, to which Mesires replied: “God loves unconditionally. Beau loves you unconditionally. Children are too young to understand what it means. But you will show them.
“There are ideals of unconditional love that serve as proxies,” Mesires continued. “I don’t have many. You. God.”
“OMG ni**a,” Hunter responded before rambling on, “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.”
“My parents was conditioned,” Mesires answered, seemingly ignoring Hunter’s response.
“My penis’ as of late has been unconditional,” Hunter continued to riff.
“That’s why we are searching,” the lawyer continued.
“For my penis,” retorted Hunter.
“And we will always be searching,” Mesires added.
“Its [sic] big penis George,” Hunter answered before adding, “They always find it” and “I only love you because you’re black.”
“It’s so annoying when you interject with frivolity,” snapped Mesires, to which Hunter answered, “True dat ni**a”.
The Mail also reported that Hunter Biden kept a meme on his laptop that showed his father and former President Barack Obama embracing. The meme’s text reads:
“Obama: Gonna miss you, man. Joe: Can I say it? Just this once? Obama: *sigh* go ahead. Joe: You my ni**a, Barack”.
President Biden himself has a long history of using racially charged language. In 2006, he told one voter that “You cannot go to a 7-Eleven or a Dunkin’ Donuts unless you have a slight Indian accent”. The following year, he described Obama, then a fellow candidate for the 2008 Democratic presidential nomination, as “the first sort of mainstream African American who is articulate and bright and clean.”
Just last year, Biden told “Breakfast Club” radio show host Charlemagne Tha God that “if you have a problem figuring out whether you’re for me or Trump, then you ain’t black.”
In a speech last week on the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa massacre in which a white mob killed an estimated 300 black people in Oklahoma, Joe Biden said he had come to ‘fill the silence’.
‘Some injustices are so heinous, so horrific, so grievous, they cannot be buried, no matter how hard people try,’ he said. ‘Only with truth can come healing.’
Biden pledged to help fight racism in policing following George Floyd’s death, and has even backed studies exploring reparations for slavery and other injustices against African Americans.
The president picked the US’s first black vice president, and was himself VP to the first black president.
In an interview on NBC’s Today show in April, the president said he did not believe that the country was racist.
‘I don’t think America is racist,’ he said. ‘but I think the overhang from all of the Jim Crow—and before that, slavery—have had a cost.
‘After 400 years African Americans have been left in a position where they’re so far behind the eight ball in terms of education, health—in terms of opportunity.
‘We have to deal with it.’
Biden was previously the subject of a smear attempt that claimed he had used the n-word as a racial epithet.
The smear used a video of a 1985 Senate hearing in which Biden says ‘We already have a n****r mayor, we don’t need any more n****r big shots!’
The then-senator did utter the words, but was in fact quoting a Louisiana lawmaker, asking then-deputy attorney general nominee William Bradford Reynolds why he had ignored the racist comments by the lawmaker and allowed gerrymandering that underrepresented black residents.