"It's not a true story, except for the facts." This is the official trailer for My Son Hunter, the movie inspired by the darker aspects of President Joe Biden's son's life.
The biopic details Hunter Biden's scandalous business dealings and lifestyle, as well as the corruption that can be found on the road to the White House. As the producers pointed out, "it's a movie they never wanted you to see, and that's precisely why Americans should see it."
Although not a documentary, the plot is built around the controversial details of Hunter Biden's life and his allegedly corrupt business dealings. Breitbart (the film's distributor), says that the story recalls how the media and big tech companies both covered up and kept the real story from the country. Distributors also recalled how Hunter Biden's lawyer infiltrated the set during filming posing as a documentary filmmaker.
The film will be released on September 7th, just two months before the 2022 midterm elections. It is directed by Robert Davi and stars and is narrated by Gina Carano. The actress and former MMA star rose to fame in 2020 after being canceled and fired by Disney from the production of The Mandalorian Star Wars for her anti-war views and criticism of Black Lives Matter. The cast is rounded out by John James in the role of the current president and Laurende Fox playing Hunter Biden.
Im so pleased to share the full trailer for @MySonHunter
We had a blast. https://t.co/JxAQqKWv7t
- Laurence Fox (@LozzaFox) August 26, 2022
The 'censored' life of Hunter Biden
President Joe Biden's son is involved in a web of alleged political corruption, prostitution and drugs. The New York Post leaked compromising documents from his laptop hard drive ahead of the 2020 presidential election. Twitter censored the newspaper's account and the establishment media silenced the reports.
My Son Hunter promises to narrate these scandals. The film, the producers noted, "puts the spotlight on Hunter, his corrupt business dealings, his relationship with his father and a lifestyle that would make rock stars jealous. But through the haze of a crack pipe and above the din of parties and outbursts, somewhere lies the truth, the truth that the American people deserve to know."