BREAKING: MTG whips out Hunter 'dick pics' during House hearing on alleged Biden family influence peddling

Greene pulled out posterboards plastered with images of a naked Hunter Biden.

Hannah Nightingale Washington DC

During Wednesday’s House Oversight Committee meeting regarding the Biden family’s alleged corrupt overseas business dealings, Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) showed the room photos Hunter Biden took of his genitalia as she spoke of his foreign financial dealings with IRS whistleblowers

Greene started off by telling viewers that "parental discretion is advised," and later pulled out posterboards plastered with censored images of a naked Hunter Biden that came from the infamous laptop.

Greene noted that the woman in the photographs was flown from California to Washington DC, saying that it was a violation of the Mann Act, which prohibits the transportation of "any woman or girl for the purpose of prostitution or debauchery, or for any other immoral purpose."

Green said that the woman depicted was listed as an employee of Hunter Biden’s company Owasco PC, stating, "I would like to point out, this is not really what most paralegals do for law firms." 

Later, during the questioning of the IRS whistleblowers, Greene pulled out another posterboard, this time showing Hunter Biden engaged in sexual acts with women with the words "Hunter recorded multiple sex tapes with a prostitute he had paid for out of his law firm’s bank account."

As Green was forced to wrap up, one person is heard off camera asking, "should we be displaying this, Mr. Chairman?"

This is a breaking story and will be updated.

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