Hunter Biden has faced a large amount of deservedly bad press this past year.
But no one could have foreseen this story coming to light.
Now, Hunter Biden revealed a horrific abuse problem no one ever saw coming.
During President Biden’s campaign for the presidency last year, the media lit up with stories about corruption in the Biden family, focusing mainly on Joe Biden’s son, Hunter Biden.
From money laundering to sexual assault claims, Hunter Biden was all over the news.
Stuff really hit the fan when a laptop surfaced allegedly belonging to Hunter Biden.
On this laptop were dozens of emails allegedly detailing the Biden family’s corrupt dealings with the Ukrainian oil company Burisma.
The family stated that those emails were false and were a product of a smear campaign against them, but that was a lie as the laptop is now the centerpiece of a criminal investigation into Hunter Biden.
Now, after a period of relative silence, it appears the President’s wayward son is back in the headlines, this time for talking about his struggle with addiction to drugs.
In an interview with CBS News, he recently admitted to smoking parmesan cheese when he was addicted to crack cocaine.
At first glance, this sentence seems ludicrous. How and why did this situation occur?
But Hunter explained that he was so deep into his addiction, that he smoked anything that vaguely resembled cocaine crumbs, including the parmesan cheese crumbs he found in the carpeting while searching for the drug.
“I spent more time on my hands and knees picking through rugs, smoking anything that even remotely resembled crack cocaine. I probably smoked more parmesan cheese than anyone.”
This matches what he wrote in his upcoming memoir, “Beautiful Things.”
In it, he recalls an incident he described where he was not sure if it was parmesan or cocaine left on a cheese platter he ordered.
“It didn’t matter: I smoked it. If it was crack, great. If it wasn’t, I’d take a hit, exhale, and exclaim, “S—, that’s not it – that’s the f—— cheese!”
In the book, he goes on to describe how he often ate parmesan covered popcorn while driving, which later led to his confusion while searching for crumbs of the drug if he ran out.
“Again, the crack crumbs were often indistinguishable from the spilled snacks. Safe to say I’ve smoked more cheddar popcorn than anybody on the face of the earth.”
In addition to these confusing and sad anecdotes, Hunter recalls the several interventions his family staged for him, including the one they held right before Joe Biden announced his candidacy for President.
According to Fox News’ report, Joe Biden stated: “’I don’t know what else to do,'” “‘I’m so scared. Tell me what to do.”
Hunter wrote that he tried to leave, but his daughters blocked him from getting into his car and his father exited the house to hug him and “cried for the longest time.”
While at first glance, this revelation seems insane, it reveals the sad and awful truth behind the power of addiction and the terrible wounds it leaves behind.