This family is a MESS.
A police report said that Joe Biden’s son Hunter Biden returned a rental car in Arizona that contained a cocaine pipe days before the 2016 presidential election, according to a new report.
Hunter Biden, whose legal first name is Robert, also left credit cards, a driver’s license, a Delaware attorney general badge , a cellphone and a U.S. Secret Service business card in the car, according to the police report obtained by Breitbart News. He had rented the car from Hertz in California and it was returned in Prescott, Ariz., after hours. The car keys were not properly deposited in a drop box, but left in the car’s gas tank compartment.
In addition to “a small white and brown pipe approximately 3-4 inches long,” an officer also found “a small ziplock bag with a white powdery substance inside all sitting on the passenger seat.”
A man who called himself “Joseph McGee” called Hertz the next morning to tell the company where the keys were left, saying “his friend was feeling sick so they didn’t know what to do.”
Fingerprints were not found on the pipe, which officials determined was used to smoke cocaine.
Prescott Police Department officials were unable to reach Hunter Biden and, after an investigation, declined to prosecute.
It’s not the first time Biden, now 49, has been linked to drugs. Biden received a waiver for a “drug-related incident when he was a young man” to join the Navy Reserves in 2012, but tested positive for cocaine during a random drug test a month into his service and was discharged.
In 2017, his then-wife Kathleen stated in divorce papers he spent “extravagantly on his own interests (including drugs, alcohol, prostitutes, strip clubs, and gifts for women with whom he has sexual relations).” Hunter Biden then began a relationship with his late brother Beau’s widow, Hallie.
Former Vice President Joe Biden is the current front-runner in the 2020 Democratic presidential field. His other son, Delaware Attorney General Beau Biden, died in 2015 from brain cancer, contributing to Biden’s decision to not seek the presidency in the 2016 cycle.
Src: Washington Examiner