A Tennessee gas station trolling Hunter Biden posted a huge picture of the president’s son in a bathtub during a purported crack cocaine binge, accompanied by a sign blaming the current administration for the country’s sky “high” gas prices.

The Lewis Country Store in Nashville posted the large electronic sign of the 51-year-old with the caption: “Hope gas prices don’t get too high.”

The sign takes a jab at Biden’s addiction struggles as well as the shutdown of the Colonial Pipeline, whose computer network was hacked by a Russia-tied group known as DarkSide.

The shutdown prompted drivers in several states, including Alabama, Tennessee, Georgia, and Virginia, to stockpile gas and sent prices through the roof.

The Biden bathtub sign wasn’t the only one the Lewis Country Store flashed. There was a large digital sign that showed an empty fuel gauge superimposed above the 2020 Biden/Harris presidential campaign logo. There was also one of Fox News host Tucker Carlson laughing before fading to the Biden sign.


This isn’t the first time the Lewis Country Store has waded into political controversy.

Earlier this year, the gas station posted a meme of Rep. Ilhan Omar, a Minnesota Democrat, loading an AK-47 in Somalia.

“Here is your precious Muslim congresswoman at an Al Qaida training camp in Somalia. She is trying to get this picture blocked,” the owners falsely claimed.

Shell dropped its backing from the store in 2016 after the owners ran a vulgar message which read, “Trump Just Said It. Bill Clinton Did It! The Only P—y Trump Ever Grabbed was Paul Ryan! #TrumpThatB—h.”

In response to Shell withdrawing their backing, the Lewis family owners placed signs over their gas pumps that read, “Due to our refusal to remove our pro-Trump sign, Shell has de-branded us. We will not be threatened or intimidated. Our doors will remain open. Vote Trump on Nov. 8th so this does not happen to you.”

In response to Shell withdrawing their backing, the Lewis family owners placed signs over their gas pumps that read, “Due to our refusal to remove our pro-Trump sign, Shell has de-branded us. We will not be threatened or intimidated. Our doors will remain open. Vote Trump on Nov. 8th so this does not happen to you.”

While some in the area have applauded the owner’s dog-like devotion to Trump, others called their antics an “embarrassment” to locals, Newsweek reported.

Attempts to speak to the manager or owner of Lewis Country Store were not successful.

The kitchen manager told the Washington Examiner it was probably for the best because the owner would most likely “say something smart” and get into trouble.

Author: Barnini Chakraborty

Source: Washington Examiner : Nashville gas station with pro-Trump history mocks Hunter Biden’s drug addiction