First American Hostage Swapped By Hamas Related To Hunter Biden’s Art Client, MAJOR Democrat Donor

Surely this is all a coincidence, no?

The first American hostage released as part of a prisoner exchange by Hamas is related to a major Democrat donor, but that’s not all—she’s also a buyer of Hunter Biden’s art. Just The News confirmed:

Hirsh Naftali is known for buying Hunter Biden’s artwork, visiting the White House more than a dozen times and being appointed by President Joe Biden to a historical preservation commission.

Since her great-niece, Abigail Mor Idan, was kidnapped from the kibbutz of Kfar Aza, Hirsch Nafti has become a vocal advocate for the hostages.

You can’t make this stuff up. 4-year-old Abigail Mor Edan, who was recently released as part of the prisoner swap, is the great niece of Liz Hirsch Naftali.

Not only is Naftali a buyer of Hunter Biden’s art, but she’s one of his biggest buyers—I guess she got her money’s worth.

It’s amazing how Biden can orchestrate this but not fix the situation at our Southern border. Many Americans took the chance to point out the connection and doubted it was coincidental:

The youngest hostage that Hamas had was the great niece of the person who bought Hunter Biden’s Art?

Abigail Mor Edan



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