A lawyer for disgraced presidential son Hunter Biden called for a congressional ethics investigation of conservative Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA).
Abbe Lowell penned a letter to the Office of Congressional Ethics slamming Greene for “continuous verbal attacks, defamatory statements, publication of personal photos and data, and promotion of conspiracy theories about and against Robert Hunter Biden.”
The letter was obtained by Politico. It further denounced Greene’s critical statements as unrelated to “legitimate legislative activity” and merely part of her “unhinged rhetoric.”
According to the New York Post, Greene posted explosive accusations on one of her Twitter accounts last week concerning the younger Biden. She was reading from impeachment articles against President Biden that she introduced in the hours after his inauguration.
This has to be the best story of the year 😂
Crackhead Hunter Biden is calling for an ethics investigation into Marjorie Taylor Greene.https://t.co/bY18wMZAaH
— Collin Rugg (@CollinRugg) April 24, 2023
In the video, the outlet reported she said “Hunter Biden paid non-resident women who were nationals of Russia or other Eastern European countries, and who appear to be linked to an Eastern European prostitution or human trafficking ring.”
She added that Hunter participated “in an actual human trafficking ring. And he was paying a lot of money for it.”
Lowell’s letter to the ethics office also recounted that Greene posted on her official Twitter account detailed accusations against the Biden family. Among them were participation in “human trafficking by soliciting prostitutes from the U.S. and abroad in countries like Russia and Ukraine.”
President Joe Biden’s son is the notable subject of federal investigations over his personal taxes and foreign business ventures.
Despite this whirlwind of controversy and scandal, Lowell found time to single out the representative from Georgia for what he termed “outrageous, undignified rhetoric and brazen violations of the standards of official conduct.”
As the president readies for his run for reelection, Hunter’s legal team is ramping up the offensive against critics of the first son’s dealings.
On Monday, his attorneys sent a letter to the Treasury Department requesting a probe by its Office of Inspector General. They complained that former Trump White House aide Garrett Ziegler acquired and then published suspicious activity reports from JP Morgan Chase Bank.
Those reports were allegedly related to the first son’s financial history.