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Hunter Biden, Who Blamed His Ashley Madison Account on the Russians, Sued For Paternity

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Joe Biden’s son Hunter Biden is getting sued for paternity by a woman in Arkansas.

Page Six reports

An Arkansas woman claims Hunter Biden is the father of her child — and she’s suing to prove it.

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Lunden Alexis Roberts, 28, filed a petition for paternity and child support against Joe Biden’s lawyer son, saying she gave birth to his kid, “Baby Doe,” in August 2018, according to court papers.

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The two-page suit was filed in Independence County, Arkansas, on May 28 — nearly two weeks after Hunter tied the knot with a South African woman named Melissa Cohen.

Roberts wants a court to establish that the 49-year-old father of three is her baby’s biological dad. She is also seeking child support and for him to provide health insurance for the now-10-month-old infant. All out-of-pocket expenses would be split between the two parents, the filing said.

The petition does not say how Roberts and Hunter met or how long they were together.

But the birth of the child came while Hunter was in a relationship with Hallie Biden, his late brother Beau’s wife. The former in-laws started dating in 2017 and split in April, Page Six exclusively reported.

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The petition does not say how Roberts and Hunter met or how long they were together.

But the birth of the child came while Hunter was in a relationship with Hallie Biden, his late brother Beau’s wife. The former in-laws started dating in 2017 and split in April, Page Six exclusively reported.

I reported with Jordan Schactel in August 2015, as Hunter was helping his father prepare an aborted presidential run that Hunter Biden had an Ashley Madison account in his name. Ashley Madison is a failed dating service that aimed to help married men have discreet extramarital affairs. Hunter was seeking an “Anything Goes” arrangement with women on the service.

Hunter was initially defiant when confronted with the proof of the account.

“I am certain that the account in question is not mine. This account was clearly set up by someone else without my knowledge and I first learned about the account in question from the media. In fact, I no longer use the email address linked to this account as I became aware that this email account may have been compromised. This is unfortunately not the first time that someone has used my name and identity to try to discredit me,” Hunter Biden told me, while his public relations team insisted that America’s foreign enemies were behind the account — pointing toward Vladimir Putin’s Russia, which presumably did not like Hunter Biden because he sat on the board of a Ukrainian gas company. A representative confirmed on background that Team Hunter was referring to the Russians as the culprits.

But I followed up with the following devastating detail: “But account information shows that the profile, which was confirmed by a credit card purchase in 2014, was used at the latitude/longitude point of 38.912682, -77.071704. That latitude-longitude point just happens to exist on the Georgetown University campus, at an administrative building on Reservoir Road. And Hunter Biden just happened to be teaching there around the time the account was set up.”

Hunter Biden’s problems are not the only concerns plaguing the Biden clan.

Big League Politics reported:

Former Vice President Joe Biden’s daughter-in-law Kathleen Biden operates a group called the DC Volunteer Lawyers Project, which provides court-appointed legal counsel to children in divorce cases. Kathleen Biden is listed as a co-chair of the group in some materials and as director of strategic partnerships on the group’s website. Kathleen Biden’s lifelong friend founded the group, and Kathleen Biden has been involved with the group since its inception.

Kathleen Biden was married to Biden’s son Hunter Biden until 2017, and was married to him at the  time of this incident. Joe Biden raises money for the group.

A lawyer for The DC Volunteer Lawyers Project was caught propositioning a male teenager in the bathroom of DC Superior Court, and the founder of the group covered it up before acknowledging wrongdoing and quietly terminating the man when forced to by a Washington newspaper editor who never ran the story.

Big League Politics has exclusively obtained court documents and emails showing both the incident and the cover-up. A witness speaks on the record with Big League Politics: her six-year old daughter was being represented by the man who committed the act in the courthouse bathroom.

Multiple eyewitnesses including the boy’s mother notified the DC Volunteer Lawyers Project. The group’s officials expressed that “they didn’t care” about it, according to the eyewitness account.

Time went by. After the local opinion editor for the Washington Examiner asked the group about it, a top official with the group stated that they were aware of the incident and they were dismissing the man for “inappropriate” conduct. The Washington Examiner never went to print on the story, but we have the never-before-seen emails.

The DC Volunteer Lawyers Project, the Biden Foundation, and the alleged perpetrator have all been sought for comment, and have had ample time to respond. The perpetrator now lives in Ohio, where he has been stripped of his law license for a separate incident.

The witness says she has faced retaliation for knowing that “this group had a bunch of perverts working in it.”…

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UT Professor Gets Fired for Calling for the Deaths of Catholics

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Last week an adjunct professor at the University of Texas at Austin was fired last week for several inflammatory remarks he made on Twitter.

He called for Catholics to die and wanted the state of Israel to be destroyed.

Brandon Waltens of Texas Scorecard provided an update on the situation:

In a tweet, UT-Austin stated that Wells is no longer employed by the university. ‘Spencer Wells is no longer a faculty or advisory council member at UT,’ they wrote. ‘He previously had a courtesy, unpaid appointment as a part-time adjunct that did not involve teaching. That ended in May and was not renewed. We do not have any association with the views held by Mr. Wells.’

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Young America’s Foundation initially reported on this case, The professor in question, Spencer Wells, was challenged by another Twitter user for his comments calling on Iran to bomb Israel. He then went on an unhinged rant.

Per a YAF report:

After being questioned by a Twitter user if he was using sarcasm when encouraging Iran to bomb Israel, Spencer Wells responded: ‘Nope – I despise the Israelis. If you want to see the post-apocalyptic vision of what Apartheid in South Africa would have looked like in 2020, visit Israel. The Palestinians have suffered for far too long – bomb it until the sand turns to glass…’

In addition, Wells tweeted “F*** the Catholic Church” and an article outlining “10 Secrets the Catholic Church Hopes You’ve Forgotten,” with the hashtag #CatholicismMustDie.

Wells’ bio lists him as a geneticist, anthropologist, author, entrepreneur, adjunct professor at the University of Texas at Austin, and the owner of an iconic nightclub in Austin, Texas.

UT is known for being a hub of political correctness thanks to its recent embrace of identity politics.

At the very least, the university was able to hold an unhinged faculty member accountable for his poisonous comments towards Catholics.

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