The delusions of the Biden family are unmatched.

Long before Joe Biden ever got close to the presidency, he was often accused of being a liar.

Once he got there, his brain was so far gone that he may have actually begun to believe his own lies.

As for his son Hunter Biden, drugs have likely played a part in his delusions.

This next one takes the cake though.

While on a podcast recently, Hunter Biden turned his anger towards critics of his father, calling them “motherf—ers,” and then making a bold claim that they were trying to kill him:

“They are trying to destroy a presidency. And so, it’s not about me. In their most base way, what they’re trying to do is they’re trying to kill me, knowing that it will be a pain greater than my father could be able to handle.”

Biden was loose with his words here, so it’s hard to narrow down exactly who “they” are.

It seems that he means the GOP, voters, or the media itself.

Either way you slice it, that’s a bold claim…

Fox News has more on the delusions of Hunter Biden:

Hunter Biden held nothing back during a recent podcast appearance, blasting his critics as “motherf—ers,” and casting himself as a victim while claiming Republicans were trying to kill him in order to destroy his dad’s presidency.

The podcast episode of Moby Pod was published Friday, and was recorded in Hunter’s art studio in San Francisco. The more than an hour-long discussion eventually turned to Biden’s recovery from drug addiction and how he openly shared details of his struggles in his memoir, “Beautiful Things.”

Feeling comfortable around his far-left buddies, Hunter Biden held nothing back when describing what he believes that his father’s critics are planning to do to destroy his presidency, which apparently includes ‘killing’ Hunter Biden himself:

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“They are trying to destroy a presidency. And so, it’s not about me. In their most base way, what they’re trying to do is they’re trying to kill me, knowing that it will be a pain greater than my father could be able to handle. And so, therefore, destroying a presidency in that way,” he said.

Hunter Biden seemed to specifically target the New York Post as one of the media outlets who want him dead, so they responded:

The 53-year-old chatted for nearly 80 minutes about his history of alcohol and drug addiction, his frustration with the media and political spotlight and his concerns about his 81-year-old father’s political future.

“You either survive it or you don’t,” Hunter said of the scrutiny. “There is no doubt in my mind — and this might sound like some crazy hyperbole — is that they’re trying to kill me through other means and I just won’t let them.”

The political scion — who enjoys Secret Service protection when not (allegedly) dropping hundreds of thousands of dollars on drugs, hookers and clothes — claimed The Post “doxxed” the address in Malibu, Calif., where he lives with his second wife, Melissa Cohen, and their 3-year-old son, Beau Biden Jr.

“The New York Post has already published aerial photographs of where I live,” he said. “Melissa was seven months pregnant and they published on the front page: the picture of the house, the address, aerial view of the house, the inside of the house from the realtor’s, you know, online offering of the house, description of where you could stand to see through the floor-to-ceiling windows on the road that we lived on.”

“And literally within 36 hours I had half a dozen to a dozen people, mostly men, in MAGA hats with bullhorns literally pounding at the front door,” the first son said. “So then we moved in the middle of the night.”

The Post never published a picture of Hunter’s former Malibu address on its front page, according to a review of its archives. Neither could The Post retrieve any reports of such a protest as described by the first son.

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