Hunter Biden Scandal: Dems in Denial, Desperate to Defend Joe

In a closed-door testimony on Monday, Hunter Biden’s former business associate Devon Archer provided some insight into the controversial business deals involving the Biden family. While the transcript of the testimony has not been made public yet, sources who spoke to the House Oversight Committee shared some interesting takeaways. But before we get into that, let’s talk about the Democratic lawmakers who appeared on Sunday shows to defend President Biden and his alleged lack of involvement in his son’s business ventures.

One of the least surprising defenses came from Senator Chris Coons (D-DE), who co-chairs the president’s reelection campaign. But instead of addressing the issue head-on, Coons had to face the biased narratives of the mainstream media. Chuck Todd, the host of NBC News’ “Meet the Press,” couldn’t help but emphasize how the “Hunter Biden situation” was only blown out of proportion due to Republican priorities.

Coons, however, stood firm in his claims that there is no shred of evidence tying President Biden to any of the business dealings. He even went so far as to say that he is “encouraged” by Hunter Biden taking responsibility. But let’s not forget how Hunter has treated his own daughter – not a shining example of responsibility, if you ask me.

When Todd pushed Coons on whether Biden should directly address the issue, the senator doubled down and insisted that the president doesn’t need to say anything more than he already has. According to Coons, the American people are turning towards Biden for his focus on their concerns and his ability to deliver on promises. It’s quite a stretch to claim that Biden has fulfilled all the promises Trump made, but hey, that’s politicians for you.

Unfortunately for Coons, his claims conveniently ignore the testimony of Devon Archer. Archer revealed that then-Vice President Biden was in contact with Hunter’s business associates numerous times. It seems Coons conveniently forgot to include this tidbit in his defense of the president. But hey, that’s politics – selective memory and all.

Senator Chris Murphy (D-CT) also joined in on the defense of the president when he appeared on CNN’s “State of the Union.” Host Kasie Hunt, to her credit, brought up the change in narrative from the White House regarding Biden’s involvement in his son’s business ventures. The White House initially claimed that Biden and Hunter never spoke about it, but now they’re saying the president wasn’t in business with his son – a clear change in tune.

Murphy, however, waved off any concerns and dismissed the whole thing as a witch-hunt. He even compared Hunter Biden to ordinary people accused of crimes, claiming that he isn’t being treated differently. Really? I’m not sure regular folks have laptops filled with scandalous emails, texts, voicemails, and photos. But I guess in the world of Democrats, it’s business as usual.

Both Coons and Murphy insist that there is no evidence of Joe Biden compromising his office and that the allegations against Hunter Biden actually point to his father working to root out corruption in Ukraine. These claims don’t align with the actual facts, but hey, who needs facts when you have talking points to stick to?

Overall, it’s clear that Democrats are bending over backward to defend President Biden and distance him from his son’s business dealings. But as investigations continue, more evidence is sure to come out, and it’s unlikely to be favorable for the president. So, buckle up, folks, because this story is far from over.

Written by Staff Reports

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