Joe Biden claims to believe in science, but continues to ignore the scientific evidence regarding the number of grandchildren he has.
During a recent interview with Cardi B, the legendary hip-hop icon whose hit track "Wet [A-word] [P-word]" has all but locked up Song of the Summer status for 2020, the former VP claimed to be an "expert" on raising children, but once again misstated the number of biological grandchildren that actual scientific and legal experts have determined him to have. "I’ve got four kids, five grandchildren—c’mon, I’m an expert," Biden said, erroneously.
FACT CHECK: FALSE!
Biden has seven grandchildren. His deceased son Beau had two children, Natalie and Hunter. His degenerate son Hunter, a 2019 Washington Free Beacon Man of the Year, has three children from a previous marriage—Naomi, Finnegan, and Maisy. In March, he celebrated the birth of a son, Beau, with his current wife, Melissa Cohen. That's six.
It's not clear whether or not Biden acknowledges this sixth grandchild, or whether his diminished brain has simply stopped keeping track. His wife, Dr. Jill Biden, Ed.D., does acknowledge little Beau's existence, and included his name on the dedication page of her recently published children's book, Joey: The Story of Joe Biden. But there's still another grandchild the aspiring first couple has repeatedly ignored in interviews.
Hunter is also the legally acknowledged father of a fifth child, identified in Arkansas court documents as "NJR." His paternity was established "with scientific certainty" following a court-ordered DNA test. Hunter subsequently reached a financial settlement with the boy's mother, Lunden Alexis Roberts, who previously worked under the stage name "Dallas" at the Mpire Gentlemen's Club in Washington, D.C.
The Bidens' continued refusal to acknowledge NJR's existence raises serious questions about their so-called commitment to science and the rule of law. The mainstream media refuses to inquire or investigate, either out of cowardice or incompetence. The Free Beacon will continue to pursue this story.