Hunter Biden’s Latest Incredible Revelation From His Book. “I Probably Smoked More Parmesan Cheese Than Anyone.”

Hunter Biden, the son of President Joe Biden, left, walks with his wife Melissa Cohen and son Beau before boarding Air Force One at Andrews Air Force Base, Md., Friday, March 26, 2021. The Bidens are spending the weekend at their home in Delaware. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)

Hunter Biden has a lot to be grateful for.  One thing would be that his last name is Trump, because if it was, and he revealed the things that are inside his new book, the reaction he’d be getting might be a little less accepting. 

Here’s the latest zinger he disclosed on his media book tour. “I probably smoked more parmesan cheese than anyone.”

Those words, in that sequence, have quite possibly never been uttered before in the history of the English language. 

He didn’t do it because that specific cheese created some sort of previously unknown and satisfying high, he did it because it was one of the things that remotely resembled the texture of crack, and he was so addictive to the drug, that he would fire up almost anything that looked like it. “I spent more time on my hands and needs picking through rugs, smoking anything that even remotely resembled crack cocaine. I probably smoked more parmesan cheese than anyone,” Biden said. 

You have to give Biden credit for truly opening up during his tour, which is the point if you want to sell books.  His “Beautiful Life” book chronicles the ups and downs of his life. With details of some pretty bizarre behavior sprinkled throughout.

He also said in his interview with CBS that while driving, he liked to eat white cheddar popcorn.  If most people had the same habit, it would be harmless, but Biden revealed that it led to a whole lot of confusion and frustration when he would run out of drugs. “Again, the crack crumbs were often indistinguishable from the spilled snacks. Safe to say I’ve smoked more cheddar popcorn than anybody on the face of the earth.”

Parmesan cheese and cheddar popcorn. I don’t think Kraft, or Orville Redenbacher will be sprinting to the Hunter Biden residence with an endorsement contract in hand, but it does make for interesting reading and show the incredibly destructive power of crack cocaine. 

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