Hunter Biden Proposed Union for Prostitutes, According to Texts on Hard Drive

It’s said that the apple never falls far from the tree – that has all kinds of unflattering implications for Joe Biden.

Amid the ongoing drip-feeding that has been the Hunter Biden laptop scandal – more or less ignored and stamped out by mainline news – some very odd new bits of information have surfaced in a number of private communications. These revelations are more of a peculiar, political bent than anything seen prior (photos of sex acts with prostitutes of dubious, questionable ages, for instance).

Between 2018 and 2019, Hunter Biden had apparently been on a particularly lusty bender; spending sums of money on hookers per session that many Americans don’t make in a month. Nights like this were occurring in the city after city after city like some kind of sexual storm-front. Hunter was such a fan of prostitutes that he even got the idea that they ought to unionize – thus forming the largest union in the nation.

In a conversion with a Chateau Mormont employee, Hunter Biden laid out his bullet-proof, TED-Talk of a plan.

You organize without even organizing in any traditional way…If you want to advertise legally you go through the unions you’re a member [of]. Your dues are the fees that you pay for advertising. Whomever does this first will be running the largest union in the country.”

While this proposal, serious or not, is one of the least harmful things Hunter Biden has ever done with his time, it does beg the question of whether or not Hunter Biden realizes that many of the active prostitutes in the world are not the thousand-dollar a night ladies of the night he’s used to. Many “sex-workers” aren’t so many workers as they are slaves to pimps and traffickers catering to clients that aren’t nearly as rich as he is. If his kinds of “service providers” did unionize as he proposes, would that not drive up the demand for cheaper workers without collective bargaining power?

A “sex-workers” union would also be susceptible to the same kinds of issues any other union comes across. Would non-members be forced into paying dues whether or not they are a member? Would the unions’ bosses be held accountable? Would they scrape too much off the top in terms of the money? Would these prostitutes be willing to trade one abuser for one that’s more bureaucratic?

That sounds like an idea from someone who can’t imagine being on the receiving end of a crappy job.