President Joe Biden, 80, once again refused to embrace the Christmas spirit and acknowledge the existence of his own grandchild. An analysis of the Christmas stockings hung by the White House chimney with care determined that Navy Joan Roberts, the four-year-old love child Hunter Biden fathered with a stripper named "Dallas," was snubbed for the second year in a row.
By the numbers:
The White House chimney display included nine stockings: six for Biden's acknowledged grandchildren. That includes Hunter's daughter Naomi, who lives at the White House with her now-husband Peter Neal, who also got a stocking. The remaining two were inscribed with the names "Commander" and "Willow," the First Family's dog and cat.
Why it matters:
Joe Biden's heartless determination to erase his granddaughter's existence undermines his reputation as a self-described family man and raises serious questions about his fitness to serve as commander in chief.
The Biden family's behavior toward Navy Joan Roberts has been consistently callous. Hunter initially denied ever meeting the child's mother, Lunden Roberts, whom he would go on to describe in his 2021 memoir as "hardly the dating type," and challenged his paternity in court until a DNA test proved with "scientific certainty" that he was indeed the child's father.
Since then, Hunter has reportedly expressed no interest in meeting his daughter, while Sleepy Joe has refused to provide Secret Service protection for Navy Joan Roberts, even after her life was threatened by a deranged ex-MMA fighter.
The bottom line:
All children deserve to be loved.