If you’re looking for a great film to stream this weekend, look no further than MY SON HUNTER, which is a fictionalized account probably closer to reality than most “news” stories dominating the airwaves today.
Speaking of which, it appears that the Washington Post was offended by the fact that the movie made its thoughts regarding the mainstream, increasingly authoritarian media regime known, judging from its snarky review of the film.
“If the movie has a villain, it’s the mainstream media, portrayed as comically unwilling to touch a story that could have altered history. The decision by Twitter and Facebook to censor the New York Post’s initial stories on the laptop’s contents continues to outrage conservatives,” WaPo sniffed.
Well, WaPo, maybe that is because the mainstream media is the villain for most Americans? After all, it engaged in not only some of the most perverse censorship, but also some of the greatest disinformation, with regards to the Hunter Biden laptop.
How else does one explain 50+ intel officers signing off on the laptop being “disinformation,” only for the same laptop(s) to be validated years later?
One can only imagine the real dirt Russians and Chinese must have for the fictional news media to finally admit the truth.
Needless to say, turn to MOVIEGUIDE for a more accurate portrayal of what viewers are really in store for.
“MY SON HUNTER is extremely well-directed, written and acted, with some crazy, funny moments and high drama. It takes a complex subject with many details and boils everything down to a digestible, absorbing story. Director Robert Davi and his team, including the actors, apply some fun, clever, dramatic tricks, flourishes, and techniques to engage viewers,” the review began.
That’s one way of putting it. Those details are probably as numerous as the Ukrainian and Russian human trafficked girls that Hunter was so fond of using in the past (or present?). Clearly, he’s all about equity in certain situations.
“MY SON HUNTER is a satirical, dramatic exposé of the truth behind multiple Biden family scandals. Although it touches on Hunter and Joe Biden’s sexual peccadilloes and Hunter’s rampant drug abuse, the meat of the movie is about the Biden family’s corrupt financial dealings overseas,” the review continued.
That is the “meat” indeed.
While Hunter’s bedroom antics may titillate, they do not necessarily threaten national security imminently (aside from the obvious connections to the Russian and Ukrainian mafias).
However, the multiple millions Hunter has received from Ukraine, Russia, and China collectively are likely to make more than one sensible American very nervous.
“Hunter serves as the point man for corrupt dealings in Ukraine, Central Europe, Russia, and Communist China. The dealings involve lots of corrupt influence peddling, with most of the corruption benefitting Hunter, Joe and some of Hunter’s cronies, with no regard for what benefits the United States, its people and their national security and prosperity,” the review continued.
Yup. And now “the big guy” is twiddling his thumbs in the Oval Office, barking infinitely louder than he’ll ever bite.
Just as Ukraine, Russia, and especially China paid for.
“Most damagingly, the movie shows that Hunter’s deals with Chinese companies are connected to the Chinese Communist government and its financial attacks on and military campaign against the United States. At one point, the movie echoes a major complaint by Hunter in one email to one of his daughters, where he complained about having to ‘pay for everything for this entire family for 30 years,’” the review continued.
More than one reviewer online has remarked that China’s expenditures on Hunter were the best investment the nation ever made.
They’re likely correct, given what’s literally brewing in the Pacific region at this exact moment in time.
“I’m the one who brings in all the deals. I’m the one who provides a future for everyone in this family,” the “fictional” Hunter Biden boomed in the movie.
Conveniently, Hunter’s own text messages helped craft the screenplay …
Author: Jane Jones