After Biden blundered his way through another weak week of his presidency, it’s always nice to end the week on a high note, especially a note wherein fictional news media has to eat its words.
That’s right: In an era when fictional news media outlets have had to pay out massive settlements to teenagers, such as Nick Sandmann, courtesy of their radical left agenda that is oftentimes divorced from the truth, it appears that fictional news media is still trying to cover up the truth in more ways than one.
Above all when it comes to Lord Hunter Biden, who apparently continues to retain all kinds of special privileges courtesy of his father, Emperor Biden.
Remember when social media platforms and the fictional news media completely smothered information regard Hunter Biden’s laptop, just in time for the 2020 presidential election, one of the most consequential elections of all time?
Well, it appears that those very same outlets are just starting to acknowledge the amount of damage they caused by failing to disclose the true severity of Mr. Biden’s laptop shenanigans, including none other than the New York Times.
That’s right: It may have taken almost two years, but in 2022 the New York Times is apparently ready to validate what most other media outlets clearly knew in 2020, including a number of foreign media outlets.
The New York Times, for reference, was one of many media outlets that claimed reports about Hunter Biden’s laptops and all their terrible contents, including a “Hunter02” password, were simply the result of “Russian disinformation.”
How Russians were able to create such a laptop filled with Hunter’s highly personal antics, many of which are unclothed activities, was never fully explained.
Then again, the New York Times, along with other fictional media outlets, is well aware of the emotionally driven nature of their respective bases, which effectively means that they don’t have to do, say, or prove much to get the lefty snowflakes all riled up.
What was even more insane was that the New York Times was so intent on the “Russian disinformation” story regarding Hunter Biden’s laptop that Twitter even suspended the New York Post in 2020 for reporting … the truth.
That’s right: The New York Post, which is clearly more on the ball than the New York Times, was actually suspended from Twitter for daring to share information that would likely be of value to many Americans.
Which is precisely why the response of the Post to the Times’ recent acknowledgement of Hunter Biden’s truly terrible laptop was quite appropriate.
“Forgive the profanity, but you have got to be s–tting us,” The Post exclaimed.
The Post also continued on to tear the Times apart, including the blatant attack on the Post’s integrity.
“In the heat of the presidential race of 2020, the Times never missed a chance to cast doubt on the laptop, saying the information was ‘purported’ and quoting a letter from former Democratic officials who claimed – with no evidence – that it was Russian disinformation. As recently as September 2021, the Times called the laptop ‘unsubstantiated’ in a news story,” the Post remarked in disbelief.
That’s because the New York Times, for reasons that remain really unknown, was absolutely hellbent on propelling Biden into the White House.
Regardless of the global costs.
Author: Jane Jones