A right-wing journalist shouted questions by kayak outside Hunter Biden's mansion to ask the president's son about Burisma, the notorious laptop, and other scandals untouched by the mainstream media.
Before he was set to appear for an interview on Jimmy Kimmel Live! among other liberal outlets that lobs softballs, President Joe Biden's son spent that same morning hiding and dodging tough questions from one persistent conservative journalist about the controversies left unanswered in the purported "tell-all" memoir Beautiful Little Things that was just released by Simon & Schuster.
"Come down, Hunter," film producer Phelim McAleer urged while floating on the Venice Canals that run alongside the Biden residence in Los Angeles, California.
"He's not gonna come down and answer any questions," a Secret Service agent told McAleer who had rang the mansion's doorbell. A male voice, who McAleer recognized as Biden, answered over the intercom. Biden declined to leave the mansion to speak with the reporter, but McAleer was told by the Secret Service personnel that he was still permitted to stay as long as he wanted.
In an effort to skirt Secret Service and garner Biden's attention, McAleer with megaphone in-hand took to the film crew's boat to uncover what Big Tech and establishment media had buried during the 2020 presidential election when ex-associate Tony Bobulinski came forward.
McAleer pressed if Biden's father is the "Big Guy" who is referred to in the overseas business emails and if he was earning "10%" cut of the family's foreign dealings. The filmmaker also asked if Biden's signature was, in fact, on the receipt from the laptop repair shop and if he lied on the federal gun background check.
"Hunter Biden refuses to answer any serious questions about the allegations against him," explained McAleer via Monday press release. "Instead, he relies on softball questions and coverups from the mainstream media to carry his lies and the ridiculous claim that he doesn't remember if the laptop is his."
McAleer noted that it's peculiar and "funny that someone who claims to forget everything about his scandals has the ability to write a memoir."
"Hunter may not have answered us today but we will be back and we will have our questions answered," McAleer vowed in the press statement.
McAleer is the co-producer behind the new film set to feature Biden that will chronicle the businessman's "elitist party lifestyle." The biopic is slated to uncover firestorms that have surrounded Biden from substance abuse to family drama.
Much of the movie, titled My Son Hunter: The Family Comes First, will take place in Ukraine to center around the alleged shadowy transactions. The cast has yet to be announced. The upcoming project will be financed through small donors, not Hollywood, the Unreported Story Society touts. To date, the crowdfunding campaign has reached more than 23.7% of the targeted goal.
McAleer alongside New York Times best-selling author Ann McElhinney are expecting to raise just under $2 million remaining funds through tax-deductible grassroots donations. Contributors will receive exclusive merchandise in exchange.