Hunter Biden used the n-word multiple times in conversation with his white lawyer, who costs $845 an hour, according to his text messages.
The shocking lyrics may be embarrassing to his father, President Joe Biden, who gave a speech last week denouncing racism on the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa massacre, and has sought to portray racial justice as a top priority for his administration.
The president’s son joked to corporate attorney George Mesires about a “big penis” in January 2019, telling the attorney, “I only love you because you’re black” and “true that n***a.”
In another text a month earlier, he wrote to the Chicago attorney, “How much money do I owe you. Because (sic) n***a you better not charge me Hennessy rates.’
Mesires replied, “That made me snort my coffee.”
Hunter added, “That’s what I’m saying ni…,” cut off the racist word in the middle, then texted Mesires a photo.
Text messages recovered from Hunter Biden’s abandoned laptop show the president’s son (pictured last month) used the n-word multiple times in an informal conversation with his attorney George Messires, who is white.
A December 2018 text exchange obtained by DailyMail.com shows Hunter asking Mesires, “How much money do I owe you. Because (sic) n***a you better not charge me Hennessy rates’
In another conversation the following month, Hunter addressed Messires lightly with “n***a” and joked with the words “I only love you because you’re black” during an apparently gloomy conversation
The photo was not downloaded to Hunter’s laptop, whose text exchange was recovered by DailyMail.com.
But Mesires replied, “Why are you so brown?”
“I’m sorry I accidentally sexed you, that was for another friend named Georgia,” Hunter replied.
In the January text exchange, the two men talked about philosophy and chatter with each other.
Mesires: ‘There are ideals of unconditional love that serve as proxies. I don’t have many. You. God,’
Hunter: ‘OMG n***a you just got a fictional character from the collective’s imagination and my dead brother’s unconditional love is what I have to rely on and my kids aren’t kids George.’
Mesires: ‘My parents’ love was conditioned.’
Hunter: “My penis has recently become unconditional.”
Mesires: ‘That’s why we’re looking.’
Hunter: “For my penis.”
Mesires: ‘And we will always keep looking.’
Hunter: ‘His big penis George. They always find it. And I only love you because you’re black.’
Mesires: ‘It is so annoying when your frivolity intervenes.’
Hunter: ‘True that n***a. But I’m done with my tirade.’
Among the photos stored on Hunter’s laptop was a meme of his father and President Obama that also contained the n-word, although it’s unclear why he saved it.
The meme, dated June 5, 2017, was a reference to Obama and Biden’s departure from the White House in 2016. Hunter is pictured with his father and President Obama in 2010.
In October 2018, Mesires sent a bill to Hunter’s business partner Mervyn Yan, who was involved in his infamous deal with Chinese oil giant CEFC, with the attorney’s hourly rate of $845.
The bill, including “teleconferences with H. Biden on Hudson West,” Hunter’s joint venture with the Chinese, totaled $88,465, covering 107 hours of work from August 2017 to April 2018.
Among the photos stored on Hunter’s laptop was a meme that also contained the n-word.
Hunter said the racist comment several times while speaking with Chicago corporate attorney George Mesires, who reportedly has an hourly rate of $845.
The meme, dated June 5, 2017, featured a photo of Joe Biden embracing Barack Obama with a caption describing a joke conversation between the former president and the vice president.
‘Obama: I’m going to miss you, man
Joe: Can I say it? This one time?
‘Obama: *sigh* go ahead
‘Joe: You my n***a, Barack’
It’s unclear why Hunter saved the meme to his computer.
Neither he nor Mesires responded to DailyMail.com’s request for comment.
The president’s son and the White House have repeatedly failed to respond to requests from DailyMail.com about material on his laptop.
The 51-year-old’s computer had saved a week of his Internet browsing history from March 2019 before leaving it at a Delaware store, which showed pornographic photos and videos downloaded to his laptop, including an orgy between a woman. and several black men.
Hunter’s father has tried to make racing a central theme in both his presidential campaign – which came in 2020 amid nationwide protests against racism and police brutality – and his administration.
The messages came just days after Joe Biden delivered a speech denouncing racism on the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa massacre in Oklahoma.
In a speech last week on the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa massacre, in which a white mob killed an estimated 300 black people in Oklahoma, Joe Biden said he had come to “fill the silence.”
“Some injustices are so heinous, so heinous, so painful that they cannot be buried no matter how hard people try,” he said. “Only with truth can healing come.”
Biden pledged to help fight racism in the police force after George Floyd’s death and has even supported studies investigating reparations for slavery and other injustices against African Americans.
The president elected the first black vice president of the US and was himself vice president to the first black president.
In an interview on NBC’s Today show in April, the president said he did not believe the country was racist.
The lyrics may embarrass the president, who has tried to portray racial justice as a top priority for his administration
“I don’t think America is racist,” he said. “But I think the overhang of the whole Jim Crow — and before that, slavery — has come at a price.
“After 400 years, African Americans are in a position to lag so far behind in education, health and opportunity.
“We’re dealing with it.”
Biden was previously the subject of a defamation attempt that claimed he had used the n-word as a racial epithet.
The Pap smear used a video from a 1985 Senate hearing where Biden says, “We already have a mayor, we don’t need n****r big shots anymore!”
The then-Senator did speak the words, but in fact quoted a Louisiana legislator and asked then-Deputy Attorney General William Bradford Reynolds why he had ignored the legislature’s racist comments and allowed gerrymandering of underrepresented black residents.
However, since the 1985 hearing, a certain attitude towards uttering the n-word, even in quotes, has changed.
In October 2020, a freshman at Rutgers Law School in Newark used the word while quoting from a 1993 legal opinion in class, warning her fellow students ahead of time that the quote contained the slur.
The student said, “He said, uh — and I’ll use a racial word, but it’s a quote. He says, ‘I’m going to Trenton and come back with my n*****s”.
A race broke out last month when her fellow students circulated a petition apologizing to her and the professor.
The New York Times reported that university employees discussed the use of the word in class at a meeting after the altercation.