Hunter Biden Is Back With More Laptop Lies
Biden floats a delusional explanation for the incriminating evidence on his computer.
He’s back. Hunter emerged from whatever rat hole Democrat Party handlers have been hiding him in since revelations about his laptop computer became headline news last October — just before the election.
Of course, few voters actually saw the incriminating New York Post information connecting Hunter and Joe Biden in a quid pro quo deal with corrupt Ukraine officials. As I have previously written, the Democrats attempted to impeach Donald Trump for what Joe Biden actually did in his influence peddling scam with Ukrainian officials.
The Demos had their Leftmedia propagandists and their Big Tech First Amendment suppressors black out the evidentiary bombshell reports from the New York Post, and that amounted to a colossal case of corrupt collusion.
The Ukraine and China schemes are just the latest chapter of “Biden Inc. corruption,” which has been part of Joe Biden’s political modus operandi for the last 50 years.
Regarding Hunter’s incriminating laptop, Joe claimed it was “Russian disinformation” – an outright lie that was then repeated by his deep state minions. Responding to their lies, then-Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe declared: “Let me be clear: The intelligence community doesn’t believe that, because there is no intelligence that supports that. … It is simply not true. … Hunter Biden’s laptop is not part of some Russian disinformation campaign.”
The reason Hunter came out of hiding this week was to promote his “memoir,” titled Beautiful Things. That in itself should raise the question, “What the heck has he done that would justify publishing "memoirs”? The book is Hunter’s appeal for sympathy and to clear his name — and by extension the Big Guy’s name — regarding “debunked conspiracy theories about work I did in Ukraine and China.” None of those claims have been “debunked.”
Regarding his laptop, when asked if he had dropped it off for service before the FBI picked it up, he said, “No. Not that I remember at all. At all.” Regarding the incriminating evidence on the computer, here is Hunter’s delusional spin: “It, it, there could be a laptop out there that was stolen from me. It could be that I was hacked. It could be that it was the — that it was Russian intelligence. It could be that it was stolen from me.”
That assertion makes two things clear. He is finally admitting it was his computer, and he is admitting that the incriminating evidence on that computer was so politically damaging that he is floating laughable explanations about how it got there. Laughable, except this laptop involved the most massive media blackout in history ahead of a presidential election.
New York Post political analyst Miranda Devine, who led the charge to expose the evidence on Biden’s computer, offered a recount of the corruption and cover-up. Regarding the computer, she notes, “Hunter gave himself an out in that CBS interview: ‘Not that I remember.’ It’s a convenient excuse for a self-described longtime crack addict. Yet in his memoir, he can recount vivid details of his substance use, from his first glass of champagne at age 8 to his months-long crack benders at LA’s $830-a-night Chateau Marmont.”
So will anyone in the mainstream media now do what should have been done last October — expose this corruption and cover-up for what it was?
Jonathan Turley, Professor of Public Interest Law at George Washington University, observed: “One of the ‘beautiful things’ in his life is a media that puts a blackout on the laptop story and wraps him and his father in a protective press cocoon.” Regarding Hunter’s explanation of how all that incriminating information got on his computer, Turley notes, “Or perhaps it could be an initial attack by an alien technology.” He added, “How can you remember details from your period of addiction going back 20 years, detailed in your book, but you cannot remember this laptop?”
Turley asked this question: “Will the press ever cover the Hunter Biden news fairly?”
The answer: NO.
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