VIDEO: Congresswoman Shreds Hunter

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( – In a highly surprising, even hilarious occurrence, scandalous First Son Hunter Biden showed up at a congressional hearing – after previously defying a subpoena to testify – only to suddenly go running away as a GOP congresswoman blasted him and called for his immediate arrest.

See a video of how Hunter Biden was shredded by the Republican lawmaker below!

President Joe Biden’s son unexpectedly appeared on Wednesday morning at a session of the House Oversight Committee convened to discuss whether he should be held in contempt for not complying with a subpoena requiring his attendance at a deposition in December.

The meeting opened with statements from James Comer, the Chairman of the Oversight Committee, and Jamie Raskin, the top-ranking Democrat, National Review reports.

Following these remarks, US Rep. Nancy Mace (R-SC) immediately criticized Hunter Biden, calling him a “coward” for not showing up at the private deposition to respond to inquiries about his supposed international influence-peddling activities.

“My first question is who bribed Hunter Biden to be here today? That’s my first question. Second question, you are the epitome of white privilege. Coming into the Oversight Committee, spitting in our face, ignoring a congressional subpoena to be deposed. What are you afraid of? You have no balls,” Mace declared.

Her remarks led to various interjections, leading her to ask, “Are women allowed to speak in here?”

“I think that Hunter Biden should be arrested right here, right now, and go straight to jail. Our nation is founded on the rule of the law, and the premise that the law applies equally to everyone, no matter what your last name is,” she stated further.

Shortly after these comments, and just as Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene was about to speak, Hunter Biden abruptly left the hearing.

Previously, Hunter Biden had ignored a directive to attend a private deposition, choosing instead to hold a press conference at Capitol Hill on December 13.

The Oversight Committee’s meeting on January 10 was to decide if Hunter Biden’s noncompliance with the December deposition constituted contempt of Congress.

A conviction for criminal contempt of Congress can result in a fine of up to $100,000 and imprisonment for a duration ranging from one month to twelve months.

Hunter is facing nine federal tax charges, including three felonies, related to an alleged failure to pay over $1 million in taxes.

He also faces three federal gun charges in Delaware, to which he has pleaded not guilty in October.

Hunter Biden’s arraignment is scheduled for January 11 in California.