Note to the White House: In the face of overwhelming evidence of misdeeds, it is probably not the best idea to double down and deny.
Alas, that’s precisely what the Biden administration has done, as evidenced by the latest train wreck of an interview that White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain delivered to ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos, apparently the only interviewer the Biden administration will tolerate for some reason, at least on a serious level.
“Is the president confident Hunter Biden didn’t break the law?” Stephanopoulos questioned.
Needless to say, Klain’s response sounded a tad rehearsed.
Which is perhaps why the Biden administration tends to use Stephanopoulos so frequently in interviews – after all, interview questions apparently must be approved in advance.
“Of course, the president is confident that his son didn’t break the law, but most importantly — as I said — that’s a matter that’s going to be decided by the Justice Department, by the legal process,” Klain boomed in response, “it’s something that nobody at the White House has involvement in.”
Oh no, not at all, aside from muzzling the media about anything and everything regarding Hunter Biden, unless all the truths regarding the president’s son were being dismissed as “misinformation.”
Stephanopoulos pressed on, clearly understanding that American audiences are suddenly more attuned to learning about Biden’s infamous laptop, especially given the ongoing war in Ukraine.
“Is the president confident his family didn’t cross any ethical lines?” Stephanopoulos questioned.
“Ah, George,” Klain exclaimed, “the president’s confident that his family did the right thing.”
Really? The right thing for who, exactly? Himself?
Of course, Klain had to deliver the standard song and dance that just really doesn’t sit well with anyone anymore, especially in light of the fact that Mr. Hunter Biden would never be given the time of day by any of these powerful foreign characters, had it not been for his bumbling father.
“But again, I want to just be really clear these are actions by Hunter and his brother. They’re private matters, they don’t involve the president, and they certainly are something that nobody at the White House has been involved in,” Klain proclaimed.
Something suggests most Americans are more inclined to feel like Senator Johnson of Wisconsin.
“I don’t trust the Justice Department. I think really what the New York Times and the Washington Post articles prove is how complicit they have been and continue to be in the cover-up and, quite honestly, they’re not impartial,” Johnson declared.
Of course they aren’t. They’re effectively paid advertising for the far left.
Which Johnson also noted.
“They’re actors of the Democratic Party, of the radical left,” he continued.
Pitifully, these media outlets continued to sing for their supper even in light of the very obvious national security concerns associated with Hunter Biden’s dealings.
“We had Treasury documents that showed the very troubling number of wire transfers that just detailed out a vast web of foreign financial entanglements,” Johnson remarked in disbelief.
Troubling is one way to put it. Treasonous is another, especially considering the amounts and players involved.
“Specifically, we were able to document about $13 million of …. flows between Russia, between [Ukraine energy company] Burisma, between members of the communist party regime in China, but that was all ignored,” Johnson remarked.
Not only that, but the $13M is now more than corroborated by Hunter’s nefarious laptop, likely why the media suppressed it in the first place.
“The laptop [of Hunter Biden] is, obviously, a treasure-trove of corroborating evidence as well and, unfortunately, our intelligence agencies, I think our FBI … have been sitting on this information, and they are complicit as well in the cover-up,” Johnson observed.
So much for “justice” under Biden.
In fact, rumors are already flying that Biden may be issuing a pardon for his son, and
White House communications director Kate Bedingfield has already delivered rather humorous commentary on that one.
“That’s not a hypothetical I’m going to entertain. I don’t have anything to add,” Bedingfield sniffed.
A “hypothetical,” huh?
That scenario is about as “hypothetical” as Hunter Biden’s laptop was “Russian disinformation” …
Author: Jane Jones