Show and tell — MTG style — brought the House down Wednesday.
During a House Oversight Committee hearing on the Internal Revenue Service’s investigation of Hunter Biden, Republican Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia produced a series of images showing Hunter Biden in multiple sexual situations while cavorting with prostitutes.
“Should we be displaying this, Mr. Chairman?” Democratic Rep. Jamie Raskin of Maryland grumbled at one point, according to the New York Post.
“Here is proof Hunter Biden paid prostitutes through his law firm, OWASCO PC, and trafficked his victims across state lines in violation of the Mann Act. Not only that, IRS whistleblowers confirm Hunter Biden committed tax fraud by deducting payments to prostitutes from OWASCO’s taxes,” Greene tweeted, along with a video of her presentation
“Before we begin, I would like to let the committee and everyone watching at home [know] that parental discretion is advised,” Greene said.
She noted that documents show Hunter Biden appeared to pay for prostitutes to travel across state lines, which she framed as a violation of the Mann Act.
“So when Hunter Biden paid for this woman to do this with him,“ Greene said as she held up images of Hunter Biden having sex with a woman, “ … this is a violation of the Mann Act. This was prostitution.”
Greene then cited claims that Hunter Biden wrote off as a business deduction what he paid to prostitutes.
“Most most people write off … things for their taxes through their businesses, like a meal or, say, office supplies. But can you confirm for me that Hunter Biden had written off payments to prostitutes through his law firm?”
IRS whistleblower Joseph Ziegler said that was a question he could not answer.
Greene’s time ended without a response to her final question as she held a photo of Hunter Biden having sex as she asked whether he recorded videos of the sex sessions.
As with all things MTG, Twitter was divided between castigations and support.
During her presentation Greene said it was “troubling to me that the Department of Justice has brought no charges against Hunter Biden that will vindicate the rights of these women who are clearly victims under the law.”