Hunter Biden art dealer praises creation as the probe gets underway: “His art offers us hope.”

The first son will be “one of the most influential painters in this century,” according to Hunter Biden’s art dealer, who went over and above to defend him.

Georges Berges’ high praise for Biden comes despite news that James Comer, the chairman of the House Oversight Committee, has launched an investigation (R-KY). Comer is seeking that Berges turn over all correspondence concerning the first son’s art agreements between his gallery and the White House.

In a statement to Fox News Digital, Berges said, “I represent Hunter Biden because I feel that his art not only merit my representation but that the world desperately needs his personal tale, which gives life to his art. “Hunter’s narrative exemplifies what, in my opinion, makes humans beautiful—the ability to rise above adversity and change for the better while also having the fortitude to do so. It is one of resilience.

All of it and more are reflected in Hunter Biden’s artwork. His work inspires us and reminds us that every day is a fresh start with new possibilities.”

The world needs Hunter Biden’s art more than ever, thus he will rank among the most important artists of this century, said the speaker. “We need art in our lives to remind us of the unyielding divinity within each of us in a world that beats us down.”

Comer was not kind to Biden’s artwork, calling it “arguably worthless.”

According to Comer, “Hunter’s art dealer, [Georges] Berges, has also made it obvious that he expects to be the “lead guy” in China for art.” “Why would somebody spend top money on something that is essentially worthless? He isn’t a Picasso.

As the head of the House Oversight Committee, I will keep pushing for openness and explanations so the American people may learn who is purchasing Hunter’s artwork.”

According to Comer, the first son has sold artwork to unidentified clients for sums ranging from $55,000 to $225,000. Reps. Lauren Boebert (R-CO), Clay Higgins (R-LA), and Paul Gosar (R-AZ), who are all members of the House Oversight Committee, backed Comer’s action.

According to Boebert, there is a good likelihood that the buyers were CCP members wanting to gain access to Comer’s father.

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