Hunter Biden: Republicans Trying To ‘Kill Me’ To Destroy President

Facing possible decades in prison, first son Hunter Biden exploded on “sick” Republicans who are trying to push him into a drug-fueled relapse. He told a recent podcast that the GOP’s goal in his wave of indictments is to destroy his father’s presidency.

Hunter Biden spoke on the “Moby Pod” podcast on Friday and delivered an unhinged rant against conservatives.

Last week he was indicted on three felony tax charges along with six misdemeanors. Conviction carries a maximum of 17 years behind bars, and Hunter also faces federal gun charges in Delaware.

If the younger Biden believes it’s bad now, just wait. House Republicans are expected to vote this week on formalizing the current impeachment inquiry probing the family’s business dealings.

A key focal point in the alleged influence-peddling operation is Hunter Biden’s dealings with foreign players. House investigations uncovered tens of millions of dollars that entered the Biden family coffers from questionable overseas sources.

Hunter took a dramatic turn when describing the GOP-led probes. “What they’re trying to do is they’re trying to kill me, knowing it would be a pain greater than my father would be able to handle, and so therefore destroying a presidency in that way.”

The disjointed podcast diatribe continued. Republicans, he declared, are “very sick people that have most likely just faced traumas in their lives that they’ve decided that they are going to turn into an evil that they decide that they’re going to inflict on the rest of the world.”

That’s a convoluted word salad that would make Vice President Kamala Harris blush.

Host Moby asked Hunter why he does not publicly defend himself more. He said he was advised that doing so would only create greater controversy and that he should maintain a low profile while the multiple investigations are ongoing.

He even claimed he is addressing the indictments to assist people struggling with addiction.

Biden said he no longer waits for an end to the probes because as long as his father is president, “they’re not going to stop.” He said he struggles to keep up a “well-ordered life” in the face of continuing adversity.

Several months ago, Biden pleaded guilty to failing to pay taxes and a gun charge, but the sweetheart deal fell apart. As signed, it guaranteed that he would not be prosecuted for any other crimes.

A federal judge, however, rejected calls to simply rubber stamp the agreement and instead forced Hunter Biden to face the music.