NYT: Forget Biden Corruption, Try Trump’s
The Times deflects from Joe’s trouble with Hunter to Donald’s old business ventures.
After last week’s New York Post blockbuster on how Joe Biden profited from the corrupt actions of his son Hunter, surely the paper’s cross-town rival, The New York Times, would step up to the plate and investigate. Right?
No. The paper that spent three years chasing down the Russia-collusion hoax isn’t even moderately interested in asking questions about the Biden crime family, much less dig in an effort to commit real journalism. Thus the DNC hacks at the Times decided to make the story about the New York Post. “New York Post Published Hunter Biden Report Amid Newsroom Doubts,” read the October 18 headline, followed by the teaser, “Some reporters withheld their bylines and questioned the credibility of an article that made the tabloid’s front page on Wednesday.” Fine, if you want to trust The New York Times for that information.
But yesterday, the Times decided that the real story isn’t even the Post’s coverage of the Biden story. The real scoop is that the corrupt dealings in China involved … Donald Trump. “As he raises questions about his opponent’s standing with China,” the Times ominously subheads, “President Trump’s taxes reveal details about his own activities there, including a previously unknown bank account.” The big reveal? Trump was a businessman before becoming president. As a businessman, he sought business deals.
Crazy, we know.
That’s a far cry from using political office to enrich oneself and one’s family through quid pro quo deals, as the Bidens clearly seem to have done.
By the way, how did the Times come by Trump’s tax information when he hasn’t released it? The paper of record declined to go on the record with that information in its misfire of a report last month. But Twitter did not censor the Times report, even though you could argue it’s based on hacked information, which was Twitter’s bogus justification for blocking not just the Post’s Biden bombshell story but for blocking the Post’s Twitter account entirely.
Collusion? Election interference? It’s all there in the bird-cage liner known as The New York Times.
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