Poor guy, so poor:
Although Biden claimed that he was broke, he was living in a $12,000-per-month Hollywood Hills rental home and spotted driving a $129,000 Porsche Panamera in Beverly Hills. After a judge ordered Biden to turn over his financial records and travel to Arkansas for a deposition, the former lobbyist agreed to settle the case with Roberts. -Washington Free Beacon
While fighting with his baby mama, an Arkansas stripper, Biden said in a court filing “I attest that I am unemployed and have had no monthly income since May 2019,” adding “I currently have significant debts (in part as a result of obligations arising from my divorce which was final in April 2017).”
According to the Washington Free Beacon, “The younger Biden owed $238,562.76 in state income taxes from 2017 and $215,328.16 in state income taxes from 2018, according to records from the District of Columbia’s Office of Tax and Revenue. The District of Columbia filed a $453,890 lien against him on July 9.”
Yet, six days later on July 15, Hunter was released from the tax lien, as confirmed to the Beacon by a spokesman for DC’s Office of the Chief Financial Officer after the “tax issue was resolved.”
Harvey Bezozi, a tax expert who specializes in large-scale tax debt negotiations, said the only way to get a lien released is to pay the settlement in full—often through a payment plan, penalty abatement, or other compromise with the government—or to prove the lien was filed in error. He said liens can take months or years to resolve.
“It drags on,” he said. “Six days had to be some kind of expeditious kind of process for this.” -Washington Free Beacon
I think we should all chip in and set up a gofundme page for POOR Hunter.