Photos Released Of Hunter Biden Speeding, Smoking Crack

Photos of Hunter Biden driving well above the speed limit and apparently smoking crack cocaine were released from files derived from his laptop. The new revelations come as congressional Republicans criticized a deal that will likely prevent jail time for the president’s son over several charges.

The photos from August 2018 allegedly show the younger Biden driving his Porsche at 172 miles per hour during a trip to Las Vegas.

According to text messages from the computer, the president’s son was on his way to visit prostitutes for a hot tub party in the city.

A separate photo appeared to show Hunter Biden smoking crack cocaine while driving in Virginia in June 2018.

The photos were released by the organization Marco Polo, which former Trump administration aide Garrett Ziegler leads.

Marco Polo is releasing thousands of photos from Hunter Biden’s laptop at 

Ziegler said that the release of the photos was meant to further “truth and transparency.”

“If the American people want to know what their first family is like, they’re going to get it. And we’re not going to be taking out photos that paint the Bidens in a good light,” he said.

“It’s going to be a completely authentic recounting of the photos on the device,” he said.

The newly-released photos coincide with allegations that the Department of Justice (DOJ) may have interfered with U.S. Attorney David Weiss’ investigation into the president’s son.

Weiss wrote to House Judiciary Committee Chairman Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) last week, stating that he could not release “specific information related to the Hunter Biden investigation at this time.”

However, the official said that his “charging authority” was “geographically limited to my home district.”

This corresponds with allegations from IRS whistleblower Gary Shapley that Weiss’ efforts to charge Biden in California and Washington D.C. venues were rebuffed by other U.S. Attorneys.

Hunter Biden will reportedly plead guilty to several tax and firearms charges, which likely will keep him out of prison.