Well, isn’t this something?
Birdbrained liberals are unlikely to recall events from more than a year ago (heck, more than a day ago in some cases), but eagle-eyed conservatives will certainly recall how Twitter, Facebook, and the whole social media cartel, in conjunction with their partners in crime in mainstream media, effectively suffocated a rather critical national security story.
The story, of course, being Hunter Biden’s utterly nefarious laptop, which has become the subject of intense scrutiny as of late.
In particular, you know, its World War III implications, given the current conflict unfolding across Eastern Europe now.
Interestingly, out of nowhere, the New York Times has suddenly decided to authenticate the Hunter Biden laptop that the publication previously denied, which was widely reported last week.
Apparently eager to join its generally fictional news colleagues, the Washington Post also promptly hopped on board, publishing a recent article that also (surprise!) authenticates Hunter Biden’s damning laptop.
“Over the course of 14 months, the Chinese energy conglomerate and its executives paid $4.8 million to entities controlled by Hunter Biden and his uncle, according to government records, court documents and newly disclosed bank statements, as well as emails contained on a copy of a laptop hard drive that purportedly once belonged to Hunter Biden,” WaPo declared.
Gee, you don’t say? That was only news, back in say, oh 2019?
When the FBI first obtained Hunter Biden’s laptop (supposedly)?
Though is it really any shock that the Clinton-compromised FBI might, just might, decide to hide vital national security concerns from the nation, all to sweep Biden into power?
Sure seems that way, given that WaPo is quick to insist that no evidence existed to suggest that President Biden “personally benefited from or knew details about the transactions with CEFC.”
Right, guess “the big guy” must be some other invented bogeyman, right, WaPo?
“The Post review draws in part on an analysis of a copy said to be of the hard drive of a laptop computer that Hunter Biden purportedly dropped off at a Delaware repair shop and never came to collect,” WaPo continued, as if the information were freshly authenticated.
“The laptop was turned over to the FBI in December 2019, according to documents reviewed by The Post, and a copy of the drive was obtained by Rudy Giuliani and other advisers to then-President Donald Trump a few months before the 2020 election,” the newspaper added, ensuring that, as usual, Trump’s name was dragged into the story.
Really, the media should be grateful to Trump. He’s created legions of jobs for so-called “journalists” from completely braindead liberal Marxist indoctrination centers (err, colleges), as it is clear that today’s graduates can’t find a McDonald’s without using a mobile application directing them where to go.
WaPo then proceeded to make excuses for why it chose to deliberately suffocate the story on Hunter Biden, in spite of the fact that such a decision very well could have global security concerns.
“After the New York Post began publishing reports on the contents of the laptop in October 2020, The Washington Post repeatedly asked Giuliani and Republican strategist Stephen K. Bannon for a copy of the data to review before the election, but the requests were rebuffed or ignored,” WaPo declared.
Oh, is that so?
Even if true, who could blame Trump? After all, WaPo would probably doctor the laptop the way Democrats doctored the 2020 election, all to get the end (false) result they want.
Plus, WaPo’s excuses are even weaker when evaluating commentary from October 15, 2020, written by WaPo post columnist Greg Sargent.
If WaPo was so unsure about the laptop, why did it allow drivel such as Mr. Sargent’s to be published?
“While Trump and his propagandists would surely prefer to have a more compelling scandal to tout, the thinness of this new gruel is largely secondary. There are all kinds of problems with the new allegations,” Sargent brayed, adding that “the sourcing of the emails is hilariously suspect.”
Clearly, the origins of the email aren’t so “hilariously suspect” now, especially with, you know, authentication and everything.
What is “hilariously suspect” is the media’s intent on suffocating serious security concerns.
On top of that, looks like the media may need to clean up its “hilariously suspect” act even more in light of revelations from Senators Grassley and Johnson.
“CEFC operated under the guise of a private company but was for all intents and purposes an arm of the Chinese government,” Senator Grassley warned, observing that “Hunter Biden and James Biden served as the perfect vehicle by which the communist Chinese government could gain inroads here in the United States through CEFC and its affiliates.”
And, lo and behold, who is in power now: None other than President Xiden.
And, just to ensure the loyalty of “the big guy,” Senator Johnson details a suspicious transaction that Hunter Biden received, including upwards of $100,000 in cash from Chinese government officials.
That should be enough to cover two or three of the president’s sons typical nights in a fine dining dancing establishment, especially when accounting for his preferred narcotics of choice.
“Bank records like this piece of evidence are pretty hard to deny and sweep under the rug,” Senator Johnson remarked, “our reports were chocked full of irrefutable evidence like this. And yet, the media buried those details, in an attempt to keep it hidden from the American people.”
Something suggests that a whole lot more “irrefutable evidence” surfaces to light …
Especially if all the sudden “authentication” by fictional news media is little more than a thinly disguised veneer to sweep Biden out and Cruella Harris in.
Author: Ofelia Thornton
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