If there’s one thing our national media can overlook with relative ease, it’s a 50-year-old white man dropping the n-word two dozen times.
Hunter Biden knows this truth all too well after receiving an avalanche of grace and forgiveness following the exposure of this email he wrote last year:
“Hello. I’m writing all you n—–as at Nabisco because the wrapper on my Chips Ahoy! suggested I contact you if I’m not 100% satisfied. I regret to inform you that they were stale. How stale, you ask? Stale as f—-! N—-a, please! Now, my father is a very powerful man. He’s also a huge Fig Newton fan so I trust you horrible n—-s will start to class things up over there. Because my daddy’s one crazy n—-. Again, I implore each and every one of you cookie-baking n—-s to do the decent and proper thing and make this right!”
While the email raised eyebrows, Joe Biden noted that this email was the most G-rated content on his son’s hard drive.
“And my sweet baby boy should be applauded for that!” his father told the press. “He was not only voicing his lived experience to Nabisco, but he was also trying to use the more diverse and ethnic style Michelle taught him.”
Update: For his brave and ethnically inclusive email, Jimmy Kimmel (in full black-face) awarded Hunter Biden the little-known “That’s My N—a, Right There!” medal of freedom.