Back in May, the Clorox company announced another major round of price hikes to its products, including its popular bleach products. Because of the floundering economy and inflation, the company is making the necessary adjustments. As of right now, the current price at my nearest Walmart is $16.99 for two 121 oz. bottles of bleach.
242 ounces of Clorox bleach is just about enough bleach for my eyes to recover from this exclusive piece at the New York Post. I cannot bring myself to endorse clicking on the link there, because I don’t want you to see the images in that story and disconnect your Internet and throw away your computer in the style of Ron Swanson.
In the piece, titled “Hunter Biden attributes his penis obsession to ‘body dysmorphia’”, the Post details how notes found on the President’s son’s computer detail an obsession with his “9-inch very big penis,” and why he took so many with it out on display.
“I loved to be reassured that my 9-inch very big penis was actually big. It may sound funny to you but its [sic] body dysmorphia … I know my penis is almost twice the size of an average man’s penis,” the first son wrote on July 12, 2018. The note was found in the hard drive of a laptop Biden left at a Delaware computer store in April 2019.
Thankfully, the Post asked a psychotherapist to dive into the psychology here, which I am sure we are all grateful for.
“It sounds like it’s an overcompensation. In the past [Hunter] may have felt there was something lacking and it seems like he bases a lot of his internalized value with his penis,” Alyson Cohen, a New York City-based psychotherapist who has treated clients with the disorder told The Post.
The hard-drive note is mostly an extended denunciation of Hallie Biden, the widow of Beau Biden, with whom Hunter began a tempestuous relationship after his brother’s death from brain cancer in 2015.
“When the woman you have given up everything for says to a crowd of people ‘il [sic] loved Beau, I’m addicted to Hunter.’ What does anyone who has an addiction want to do more than anything. They want to rid themselves of that awful obsession,” he wrote.
“Any transgression on her part is forgiven because they all know she was under the influence of Hunter. She never acted this way before. Jesus what the f—k did Hunter do now,” he continued, adding that a “sadistic” Hallie Biden would often insult his manhood as a way to “tear down my already fragile ego.”
At the time of the digital scrawlings, the Post reports, Biden was reaping the benefits of his business with Burisma and living in a three-story penthouse.
It has recently been revealed that his father, President Joe Biden, met with business associates of Hunter while Joe was Vice President under Barack Obama. The President, who has insisted he has not been a part of his son’s business dealings, has been referred to multiple times in his son’s private communications with associates. There is no evidence, however, that Hunter has ever sought treatment for his body dysmorphia.