NO SYMPATHY FOR HUNTER: Playing Victim Martyr and Being Dishonest Prove He’s Not In Recovery | Joe Hoft


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NO SYMPATHY FOR HUNTER: Playing Victim Martyr and Being Dishonest Prove He’s Not In Recovery

Hunter Biden pretends that he is in recovery but nothing could be further from the truth. 

The massive drug addict with perverted tendencies is not a victim.  He’s a monster.

Playing the victim card in an oped this week only proves how sick he is.

Before the 2020 Election we released a number of reports showing the seedy and corrupt Biden family covering up incest, hookers, drugs, pedophilia and pornography.

HUGE BREAKING EXCLUSIVE: Hunter Biden Has a PornHub Account Where He Uploaded His Personal Porn – Including with Family Member

This week Hunter played the victim card.  Any counselor could see it.  It is likely a piece prepared to go after those who told the truth about Hunter’s laptop.  The far-left USA Today complied and posted it.

Over four years ago, I chose life over the slow strangle-death grip of addiction, which in my case consisted each day of a bottle of vodka and as many hits on a crack pipe as possible. I am prouder of that choice and of my recovery than anything I’ve ever done.

My experience is not a unique one. At least 20 million Americans today suffer from substance abuse disorder. I don’t know a family that hasn’t been impacted in some way by addiction. What is distinct about my situation is that I’m the son of the president of the United States.

My struggles and my mistakes have been fodder for a vile and sustained disinformation campaign against him, and an all-out annihilation of my reputation through high-pitched but fruitless congressional investigations and, more recently, criminal charges for possessing an unloaded gun for 11 days five years ago – charges that appear to be the first-ever of their kind brought in the history of Delaware.

I accept that the choices and mistakes are mine

I am not a victim. By any standard, I grew up with privilege and opportunity, and fully accept that the choices and mistakes I made are mine, and I am accountable for them and will continue to be.

That is what recovery is about.

What troubles me is the demonization of addiction, of human frailty, using me as its avatar and the devastating consequences it has for the millions struggling with addiction, desperate for a way out and being bombarded by the denigrating and near-constant coverage of me and my addiction on Fox News (more airtime than GOP presidential candidate Ron DeSantis) and in The New York Post (an average of two stories a dayover the past year).

The science of addiction and recovery has made great strides in just the past decade. However, far too few will ever experience the miracle of recovery unless we change the stigma around addiction.

For those of us who live in recovery and for those who love someone in recovery, we know how hard fought our newfound lives are in letting go of the shame and making amends.

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