Gutfeld shreds Biden for being willing to ‘throw an entire country under the bus’ to protect Hunter

Fox News host Greg Gutfeld absolutely scorched President Joe Biden for using racism as a distraction to deflect from his corrupt nepotism and Hunter Biden’s sleazy scandals.

“See the red hat, ignore the corrupt brat,” he quipped on Fox News Channel’s “Gutfeld” Tuesday.

He kicked off the segment by noting: “It’s been said some cats have nine lives, but when your dad is a Democrat supported by the press, multiply that by a thousand and you have Hunter Biden.”

But it’s what Gutfeld said later in the segment that should really give Americans pause as he referred to Biden providing cover – no matter the cost  – for his son Hunter.

“To save his son, he’ll throw an entire country under the bus, using the phrase ‘systemically racist.’ And so we are in the middle of an unholy collaboration between whacked-out activists and a whacked-out president. Nitro meet glycerin,” he said.

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Gutfeld hit Hunter Biden over his new calling in life… painting: “Fresh off tossing the n-word around like one of his empty crack pipes — what does the media choose to focus on? His new life as a full-time painter. I can’t blame him. No one can say he isn’t qualified to paint what looks like hobo vomit. Now they won’t allow us to show the paintings, but trust me – it looks like hobo vomit. I live in New York. I know what hobo vomit looks like—it looks like Hunter Biden paintings. But I get the new occupation fully. Paying a guy a fortune for a job he has no qualifications for is harder to explain, than buying hobo vomit from a Chinese businessman.”

He went on to elaborate how the whole art kick is really just a way for the younger Biden to absolve himself of the tawdry never-ending scandals involving drugs, crime, guns, strippers, sex, corruption, his use of the n-word, etc. that he seems to constantly be mired in.

“Hunter just wants ‘to talk about the art.’ And Jeffrey Dahmer really preferred questions about his poetry,” the Fox News host remarked.

Gutfeld also referred to Hunter Biden’s racism: “I mean – forget Hunter’s n-words for a moment – Though it’s hard. The guy thinks he’s the love child of Eazy-e and Michael Scott. The real racist act was when Hunter referred to two Mexican grocery store workers as “prolly illegal.” (He was prolly too hammered to pronounce probably).”

“While being questioned about a missing gun that was dumped in a trash can near that store, Hunter tried to shift the attention onto two innocent people, referring to their immigration status. If this was any more racist it would be a segregated water fountain,” Gutfeld continued.

The Fox News host candidly pointed out that if you are focusing on the guy in the red MAGA hat, you are not as likely to notice Joe Biden’s corruption or, for that matter, Hunter Biden’s.

“You see this with corporations. The new woke extremism keeps everyone busy. You’re less likely to point out that corporations do business with countries that tie 12-year-olds to workbenches for 14 hours – when you’re getting paid by that corporation, to teach anti-racism to the workforce,” Gutfeld explained. “Places like North Face can continue to make stuff out of petroleum, Shake Shack can buy slaughter cattle for meat, the CIA can still operate undercover ops — but as long as you fly that pride flag, or that BLM flag – (both most likely made in China by the way) – you’re good.”

“Corporate virtue signaling is like a bull fighter’s cape. While you look at the twirling cape he stabs you,” he said, comparing the practice to what Biden is doing to distract Americans.

“Meanwhile, Hunter’s laptop languishes – A reminder of how the media, the tech giants, and Democrats colluded to bury a bombshell of a story to help daddy win. The connections in this case really worked for both dad and son,” Gutfeld noted. “There’s some crazy s*** in there, but the press can’t touch it, because then it incriminates them in the cover-up. Meanwhile – Hunter keeps playing the tortured genius game. Masking himself as an injured party to create a shield of sympathy for his sleazy actions.”

He concluded the segment with a damning assessment: “It’s a clever tactic. But he doesn’t have to work that hard. He’s got a dad that protects him, and a media that looks the other way. Except, you know, when he’s painting.”

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