Can’t decide if the least surprising aspect of the Hunter Biden story is the behavior of the media, big tech, China, or Hunter Biden himself.
A little late to the party, but old news that Hunter Biden was under federal investigation has suddenly hit a nerve, and the media, that ignored it before the election, now seem very interested. CNN and Politico put out reports actually saying that Hunter Biden’s issues were worse than his father’s transition team statement led on. Justice Department’s interest in Hunter Biden covered more than taxes; investigation also looked at foreign ties, possible money laundering.
Why now? We’ve known since late October that Hunter Biden was under investigation, yet no mainstream media outlet reported it. The Mirror ran several stories in October. This story, if reported in a timely manner, could have cost Joe Biden the election. We know about the censorship of the New York Post, but it wasn’t just that. News outlets also actively tried to discredit the story despite having no evidence it was false and ample evidence it was true.
Everything the New York post reported was true but banned by Twitter, Facebook, and nearly all mainstream media as “misinformation” because it was before an election. Literally NPR called it a “waste of time” and a “conspiracy.”
Here are is how NPR handled the story in October:
Here’s how the reported it this week:
And from the Washington Post, where truth dies in darkness:
Why was this story quashed when it came out? Why did Twitter and Facebook kick the NY Post off the platform when they tried to report it?
Because news of this corruption would have taken Joe Biden down. The margins in the swing states were tiny. A small shift in the suburban vote and President Trump would have been re-elected straight up, to where not even illegal votes would have mattered.
A Media Research Center poll showed 45% of Biden voters were unaware of the Hunter Biden story and 9.4% said it would have changed their vote.
FBI also stopped investigating Hunter Biden while Joe Biden was running for president: