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About Justin Roiland and Hunter Biden

In this episode we discuss Justin Roiland, co-creator of the Emmy-winning show Rick and Morty, being removed from creative duties on the show and dropped from a deal with Hulu for his shows Solar Opposites and Koala Man. This follows a felony domestic violence charge in May 2020, obscenity-filled DMs sent to fans, including underage girls, and allegations of sexual misconduct. Roiland has pleaded not guilty to the charges and his lawyer says he looks forward to clearing his name.

Also, Hunter Biden's allies have discussed creating a legal-defense fund to pay for a team of attorneys to help him with a federal tax investigation and congressional inquiries. Rep. James Comer (R-Ky.) has requested information from the owner of the SoHo gallery that has marketed paintings by Hunter Biden. Forming a defense fund is a common way to raise money for legal defense, but the disclosures may raise questions about who is donating and whether they are doing so to gain favor with the White House.

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