Hunter Biden RUNS From Journalists, Slams Door When Faced With MASSIVE Billboard About Corruption

Secret Service: “He obviously went inside because he doesn’t want company at this time.” 

Los Angeles, CA — Despite giving numerous soft interviews for his recent memoir, it appears Hunter Biden, son of U.S. President Joe Biden, has no interest in talking to journalists who might be critical of the half-truths and omissions in the book and his controversial foreign business dealings. 

When questioned outside of his home in Venice, California by journalist and “My Son Hunter” producer, Phelim McAleer, Hunter Biden ran back inside his home and slammed the door.  

“Hunter . . . sorry.  The doorbell was pressed,” said one of the several Secret Service agents stationed outside of Hunter’s home.  She later told McAleer, “He obviously went inside because he doesn’t want company at this time.” 

McAleer traveled to Hunter’s home to ask the president’s son pressing questions that he neglected to answer in his many media interviews.  Accompanying McAleer was a massive digital billboard that was stationed outside Hunter’s home, displaying the questions that the American public deserves to know:

  • Is President Joe Biden “The Big Guy” getting a 10% cut from Hunter’s business dealings as mentioned in the emails on his laptop?
  • Why was Hunter being paid $80,000 per month on the board of Bursima while he was a crack addict and an alcoholic?
  • Did Hunter lie on his federal gun background check when he claimed he was not under the influence of drugs?
  • Is the signature on the laptop receipt yours and is it your laptop? 

The digital mobile billboard was parked outside of Hunter Biden’s house while McAleer called out questions.  Later that day the billboard drove around Hunter’s neighborhood in West Los Angeles and was parked at the Santa Monica Pier and in famous Venice Beach, California.  

“Hunter Biden is terrified of the truth about the corruption being revealed,” explained McAleer.  “That’s why he ran back in his house when he realized journalists were there to ask him serious questions.  He’s used to easy questions from his Hollywood friends like Jimmy Kimmel, but when he’s faced with the serious allegations against him and his family – he runs scared.  Hunter may not have answered us today but we will be back and we will have our questions answered.” 

McAleer is not only an investigative journalist but also the producer behind the movie “My Son Hunter”.  The producers and journalists behind “Gosnell: The Trial Of America’s Biggest Serial Killer” are crowdfunding for the new film about Hunter Biden which will expose the truth behind Hunter Biden’s business and corruption scandals and their direct connection to President Joe Biden.  Much of the film will be set in Ukraine and China where Hunter Biden made tens of millions of dollars in controversial partnerships that leveraged his family name and father’s position in the Obama White House.

Actors for the film have yet to be announced but Laurence Fox who is best known for his roles in “Victoria” and “Becoming Jane” and who is also the controversial leader of the United Kingdom’s Reclaim Party, has told The Telegraph he has been approached and is considering playing the role of Hunter Biden.

Donors can join the campaign to fund the movie by donating online at  In exchange for their donations, some donors will receive exclusive merchandise from the film.  

McAleer and McElhinney are some of the world’s most successful crowdfunders, having raised over $2.3 million for their abortion film “Gosnell” which recently was the first political movie to be screened at the Trump White House.  It opened in over 700 theaters. McAleer’s play “FBI Lovebirds: Undercovers” with Dean Cain (Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman) was the first play performed at CPAC.  

 More information and the crowdfunding campaign can be accessed at 


About the producers:

Ann McElhinney and Phelim McAleer are New York Times best-selling authors, veteran investigative journalists, filmmakers, playwrights, and some of the world’s most successful crowdfunders.  Their most recent feature film “Gosnell,​” is the story of ​Pennsylvania abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell, whom ABC News described as “America’s biggest serial killer.” It raised a record-breaking $2.3 million in crowdfunding.  

Their plays “Ferguson” and “FBI Lovebirds: Undercovers” have attracted much controversy and even prompted actor walkouts and venue cancellations.  “FBI Lovebirds: Undercovers” has been called “Hamilton for the MAGA crowd” by Politico and was the first play to be performed at CPAC.  The play even prompted a meeting with President Trump.  

McElhinney and  McAleer also host a weekly podcast called The Ann & Phelim Scoop which is available on all podcast platforms and YouTube.