Marjorie Taylor Greene sparks outrage by showing explicit photos of Hunter Biden at congressional hearing

During a Republican-led oversight committee hearing on IRS whistleblowers related to an investigation into President Joe Biden and his son Hunter Biden, Marjorie Taylor Greene showed explicit photos of the president’s son on billboards.

The Georgia Republican held up a series of placards with pictures of Hunter Biden naked and photos of him engaged in sexual activity at Wednesday’s congressional hearing.

“Marjorie Taylor Greene literally shows dick pics at our oversight hearing,” said California Congressman Robert Garcia tweeted.

Marjorie Taylor Greene is presently presenting nude photos of Hunter Biden during a hearing in the House of Representatives. I won’t post it. Disgusting,” journalist Aaron Rupar tweetedAdding, “Your tax money got Marjorie Taylor Greene printing nudes of Hunter Biden on billboards so she could do this trick during a House hearing.”

The Lincoln Project tweeted: “The GOP fires teachers for teaching sex while the GOP shows porn in the House of Representatives.”

Florida Republican Byron Donalds defended her: “Loudly @RepRaskin & @danielsgoldmanthe explicit images of Hunter Biden presented by @RepMTG are too racy for the oversight committee and demanded that they disappear. These are the same Democrats who want this material in our children’s schools. Please spare me the outrage.”

“I wonder how many hours MTG spent reviewing Hunter Biden’s videos and images. “Profound and haunting analysis,” attorney Brad Moss pondered.

“Before we begin, I want to convey to the committee and to everyone watching at home that parental discretion is required,” the Georgia Republican said at the beginning of her questioning.

“Hunter recorded several sex tapes with a prostitute he paid for from his law firm’s bank,” one poster said.

On another poster showing an inflated plane ticket, Ms Greene pointed to Hunter Biden’s name and said it showed he bought the ticket “for this woman,” she said, pointing to a woman’s bare bottom half.

She then asked the witness, “I would like to point out that in your opinion, if he bought her a plane ticket for sex and travel across state lines, it would be a violation of the Mann Act?”

The Mann Act, a federal law, makes it possible illegal to transport “any woman or girl for the purpose of prostitution or debauchery or any other immoral purpose”.

The witness didn’t fully answer the question as the Georgia congresswoman held up another explicit photo and said, “Hunter Biden paid for this woman to do this to him.”

Leading House Democrat Jamie Raskin once interjected, “Should we flaunt that in committee?”

New York Democrat Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez also criticized the Georgia Republican’s moves and appeared to point to similarities between the allegations against Hunter Biden and Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz: “If the Georgia lady wanted to follow the evidence, hypothetically, we should also … the prosecution.” for sex trafficking.” against a 17-year-old girl…”

Prosecutors were investigating whether Mr Gaetz may have been involved in a human trafficking plot involving a 17-year-old girl. In February, however, the Justice Department informed him that no charges would be brought against him. Mr. Gaetz had repeatedly denied any wrongdoing.

Russell Falcon

Russell Falcon is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Russell Falcon joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing

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