Joe Biden’s deviant spawn Hunter Biden entering the world of academia drew controversy on Wednesday.
Hunter Biden is set to make a guest speaking appearance this fall at Tulane University in New Orleans in the university’s 10-week course entitled “Media Polarization and Public Policy Impacts” where he will speak about fake news and its polarizing effect on politics. Student leaders of political groups at Tulane University in New Orleans where Biden will be teaching aren’t that shocked.
Hunter Biden is a Yale-educated lawyer and has profited from his father’s political connections his entire adult life but he has never worked as a reporter.
According to reports, “Virtually all the jobs listed on Hunter’s resume going back to his first position out of college, which paid a six-figure salary, came courtesy of Joe Biden’s donors, lobbyists, and allies,”
The other part of Hunter’s resume includes crawling around on the floor rummaging for crack, getting kicked out of the Navy for cocaine use, making homemade porn with his dead brother’s wife, partying with prostitutes, spending hundreds of thousands of dollars at strip clubs and working as his VP father’s bagman as part of an international money laundering operation.
Tulane confirmed the list of guest speakers to Daily Mail and its group of far-left hacks from NY Times, WaPo, CNN, and others:
- Hunter Biden
- Dr. Deborah Birx, White House Coronavirus Response Coordinator under President Donald Trump
- Juan Williams, political analyst for Fox News Channel
- Susan Glasser, columnist for The New Yorker
- Margaret Sullivan, Washington Post columnist; Kylie Atwood, national security correspondent for CNN
- Margaret Brennan, Face the Nation moderator
- Bret Stephens, New York Times columnist
- Dr. Michael Fauntroy, a professor in the Political Science Department at Howard University.
“America’s rapidly advancing partisan divide is fueled substantially by the growing political polarization increasingly evident in our news media,” the syllabus said according to the Daily Mail. “This course will explore the current state of the media landscape in the United States and how media polarization, fake news, and the economics of the news business impact public policymaking in Washington, D.C.”