Hunter Biden: They’re ‘Trying To Kill Me’ (Audio)

( – Displaying a stupefying new level of arrogance, scandalous First Son Hunter Biden has spoken in a podcast interview describing his and his father’s Republican and conservative critics as “motherf***ers” who are trying to “kill” him.

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Speaking on the “Moby Pod” podcast, Hunter Biden vehemently criticized his critics, using explicit language and portraying himself as a victim targeted by GOP efforts designed to undermine his father’s presidency.

This episode aired Friday and was recorded in Hunter’s art studio in San Francisco, Fox News reports.

The conversation, lasting over an hour, delved into Biden’s battle with drug addiction and the transparency with which he has detailed these experiences in his book, “Beautiful Things.”

During the podcast, co-host Lindsay Hicks commended Biden for the depth of vulnerability he displayed in his memoir, highlighting the potential impact it could have on others grappling with their own hidden struggles.

“That’s the one thing — one of the reasons why I’m going to survive this — and I’m going to survive it clean and sober — is because I am not going to let these motherf***ers use me as just another example of why people in recovery are never going to be okay, never to be trusted, they’re all degenerates. I’m just not going to let that happen,” the first son said.

He also agreed with the podcast hosts’ view that his Republican adversaries derived satisfaction from causing harm to others.

“If you can’t look at some of these people like Marjorie Taylor Greene or Paul Gosar and see someone that have been bullied, that are just absolutely suffering— they’re suffering people. And that doesn’t excuse the things that they have done to others and to me, but you see people that are in anguish. They’re not healthy people,” Hunter Biden said.

He then expressed his belief that the attacks against him were part of a broader strategy to damage his father, President Biden.

“They are trying to destroy a presidency. And so, it’s not about me. In their most base way, what they’re trying to do is they’re trying to kill me, knowing that it will be a pain greater than my father could be able to handle. And so, therefore, destroying a presidency in that way,” he said.

“These people are just sad, very, very sick people, that have most likely just faced traumas in their lives that they have decided they’re going to turn into an evil that they decided they’re going to inflict on the rest of the world,” Hunter Biden argued.

He also accused former President Donald Trump of exacerbating the nation’s divisiveness and dismissed the notion of a “Biden Crime Family.”

“My dad has been a senator since I was two years old. He has released decades-worth of his tax returns. He has lived in the public light. We have lived in the public light. We have gone through four presidential campaigns. My entire life has been before the public. It took until, oh, low and behold, Donald Trump figured out that somehow this is a criminal enterprise,” the first son said.

His interview came after, on Thursday, he was indicted on nine federal tax evasion charges in California.