As the author of "Laptop From Hell," Hunter, continues to uncover the wellspring of lies and corruption that runs wild in that family, Joe Biden is seeing the walls collapsing down around him.
Despite the fact that Joe Biden has said on several times that he has no involvement with his troubled son Hunter's business transactions with some of the United States' most formidable foes, such as China and Ukraine, evidence to the contrary has been discovered on Hunter's laptop.
The White House and other major media sources collaborated hand in hand to undertake a misinformation effort with the goal of casting doubt on the information found on Hunter's laptop. The administration emphasized that the source of the leak of damaging documents may be traced back to "Russian Disinformation," and they were referring to the leak itself.
Strange how Jen Psaki was able to comment on Hunter Biden’s laptop when it was “Russian disinformation,” but dodges now that it’s confirmed by The New York Times. pic.twitter.com/iNL3AN2Y0t
— Sen. Marsha Blackburn (@MarshaBlackburn) March 18, 2022
Unfortunately for Biden, the contents of Hunter's laptop have subsequently been shown to be real by a number of news organizations, including the New York Times, which is known for its consistent support of Democratic causes. The White House is having a harder and harder time getting out from under the cloud of this crisis.
The most recent explosive discovery made on Hunter's laptop completely demolished Biden's earlier claim that he was unaware of his son's business connections in China.
Joe Biden may be heard discussing with Hunter a New York Times article that was scheduled to appear in print in a voicemail that was left on the "Laptop From Hell." The article in question focused on Hunter's commercial dealings in other countries, and the senior Biden told his son, "I think you're clear" in response to such dealings.
This is an open and honest disclosure from Joe on the business that Hunter has in China.
NEW: In 2018, Joe Biden left a voicemail for Hunter saying he wanted to talk to him about a New York Times report on Hunter’s business deals in China.
Biden repeatedly said he “never discussed” business with Hunter. pic.twitter.com/7r9VatHUoH
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) June 27, 2022
After leaving this message for Hunter five months earlier, Joe Biden officially started his candidacy for president.
Reporters are attempting to comprehend the reason why President Biden lied to the American people, and the White House is now attempting to deflect any queries that relate to the "Laptop From Hell."
Peter Doocy, a journalist for Fox News, asked Karine Jean-Pierre, the press secretary for the White House, whether President Biden continues to stand by his position that he was unaware of Hunter's business dealings in China.
Jean-Pierre gave a response that went something like this: “What the president said stands, so if that’s what the president said, that is what stands.”
Doocy continued to push the press secretary, asking how Biden's lack of openness over the laptop "squares with his vow to always 'level' with the public." Doocy was insistent that the press secretary provide an answer.
Karine Jean-Pierre has absolutely no answer for why Joe Biden left a voicemail for Hunter in 2018 saying he wanted to talk about the Biden family business dealings in China. pic.twitter.com/HutCyvZ1DI
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) July 5, 2022
It was clear that Jean-Pierre was becoming more irritated by the line of inquiry; as a result, he chose not to elaborate further and asked that Doocy get in touch with Hunter's legal counsel.
It is remarkable to see how easy Democrats are able to stay out of the public eye even when big crises rock their administration, but the slightest hint of misconduct on the part of a Republican almost always results in significant ramifications, including the possibility of impeachment.
The preceding is a summary of an article that originally appeared on American Examiner News.