Hunter Biden’s Exes Come Clean on Hunter’s Excessive Drug Use

 June 6, 2024

The media and Democrats would love us all to believe that Hunter Biden is a victim and everything he did was because of the disease.

The first day of testimony in the case featuring that of his exes did not really tell a story of anything but a rich, privileged son of a powerful politician who thought he was invincible.

Talking Points…
- Playing the victim
- Exes come clean
- Analysis

Hunter Loves to Play the Victim

Ever since the charges were filed against Hunter Biden, he has acted as though he is the victim in all of this. Hunter has tried to portray himself as a victim of an addiction, but that is far from the case here. Joe Biden has enabled this behavior for decades, as has the rest of the family, and Hunter had plenty of chances to get clean, but he never felt he would be held accountable, so he just kept living the life.

This all started back in 1988 when Hunter Biden was arrested in Stone Harbor, NJ, on drug charges. I remember this specifically because I lived in the area at the time and regularly went to Sea Isle City, which is only two towns over from Stone Harbor. It was big news when Hunter was arrested, but the case mysteriously went away. It turns out, Hunter received a pre-trial intervention, and the charges were wiped off his record.

Keep in mind, while all this was happening in Joe Biden's house, Biden was selling something completely different to the American people. At the time, Joe Biden was trying to get legislation passed that would have created longer mandatory sentences for drug offenders. Now, one might give Hunter and Joe a free pass on that arrest, but the problems kept happening for Biden, to the point that more than two decades later, he was tossed out of the Navy for doing cocaine.

Exes Come Clean

That leads us to the testimony of Hunter's exes during the gun charges trial, and they were not kind. Hunter's argument for having lied on the purchasing forms was that he was no longer using, and his past should not be held against him (the gun was purchases in October 2018).

Hunter's ex-wife, Kathleen Buhle, testified that the first time she realized that Hutner was using crack was in 2015, when she found a crackpipe "in an ashtray on the side porch of our home." When she confronted Hunter with the findings, he did not even try to lie his way out, admitting to her that he was now using crack. She added:

"I was worried, scared. He was not himself. He was angry, short-tempered, acting in ways he hadn't when he was sober."

Now, keep in mind, that was found nearly two years after Hunter had been booted from the Navy for cocaine use. Buhle then stated that she regularly checked the house and family cars for drugs, a routine she continued for nearly four years, even after they separated, through 2019, having found drugs more than one time. She added that even though she knew Hunter was using, he was still able to work and interact with friends and family as though nothing was wrong. In other words, he was a functional addict. That is key because it obliterates the defense narrative that Hunter could not have been addicted and using at the time because of how he was behaving.

Zoe Kestan, who was half Hunter's age when they had their fling (he was 48, she was 24), also testified. Hunter met Kestan at a gentleman's club where she danced and where Hunter had also been observed smoking crack. She described a trip the two of them took together in 2018 where Hunter smoked crack "every 20 minutes or so."

Kestan also destroyed the narrative that Hunter could not act normal while being addicted to crack, testifying:

"I thought to myself, 'It's crazy his demeanor doesn't seem to be changing.'

"I never saw an immediate change in his behavior, which really confused me."


The only ex left to testify is Beau Biden's widow and Hunter Biden's former lover, Hallie Biden, who is slated to testify on Thursday. What is interesting here is that Joe Biden visited Hallie last week, several days before the anniversary of Beau's death, but that seemed more like a cover story than the actual reason for the visit. I would bet dollars to donuts that Biden warned her not to say anything that would hurt Hunter in this case.

The evidence against Hunter Biden is staggering, and he only appears to be digging himself a deeper hole. While I expect a guilty verdict in the case, I would be very surprised if Hunter is sent to jail. As a first-time offender on a relatively low-level crime, he will more than likely get probation or house arrest, nothing more. That is unless the judge wants to make a statement that nobody is above the law by sending the president's son to jail for a few months.

About Jerry McConway

Jerry McConway is an independent political author and investigator who lives in Dallas, Texas. He has spent years building a strong following of readers who know that he will write what he believes is true, even if it means criticizing politicians his followers support. His readers have come to expect his integrity.

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