Hunter Biden’s art dealer’s China connections just got exposed, adding even more ethics concerns to his already suspicious art grift. Georges Berges, who is representing Hunter Biden said in 2015 he wanted to be the art world’s “lead guy in China.”
Hunter Biden’s art buyers are being kept confidential but ethics experts have raised concerns over possible links to the CCP.
Fox News reports:
In a 2014 interview with Quest magazine, Berges noted that he travels to China “three or four times a year” and that, at the time, he had a “solid group of about 25 collectors, most of them overseas.”
Anonymous buyers could have ties to the Chinese Communist Party and could attempt to buy influence in the Biden administration through the art purchases.
Berges has also been quoted in the Chinese state-run newspaper China Daily for his involvement in a philanthropy event with three Chinese artists, whose pieces Berges said “are not just pretty objects to create, but also challenge the locals’ perceptions of what China is and the institutions they live with.”
According to reports by Fox News, Berges was charged in 1998 with assault of a deadly weapon and “terrorist threats” until the charges were eventually dismissed after 90 days in jail and 36 months probation.