Cheney’s Husband’s Firm Representing Hunter Biden

As if we needed more of a reason to dislike Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY).

Cheney is married to Philip Perry.

Perry, as it turns out, has a massive stake in Latham & Watkins, a “powerhouse” law firm.

That would also happen to be the same firm representing Hunter Biden in his federal tax probe case.

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Chris Clark, a partner of Perry’s, is the attorney representing Hunter Biden in the probe, but that is where the fun just starts.

This firm loves sending money to Democrats, with $500,000 collectively donated to Joe Biden’s campaign.

The firm has also consulted for TME and Exelon Corporation.

Per the State Department, TME is a “tool” of the Chinese government.

So, we have holier-than-thou Cheney showing her true colors here.

She has been siding with Democrats for years, and now we know why… she is one of them.

How else can she justify her husband’s law firm representing Biden as well as the Chinese business connections?

Perhaps that is why she is trailing by as much as 57 points in polling against Trump-backed Harriet Hageman.

Source: Breitbart

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