The confirmation of Hunter Biden’s laptop by the New York Times is contemptible. We need to wait for the woke Gray Lady to tell us what’s true or not. That’s certainly the game they are trying to play.
For eighteen months, what has been obvious to everyone was allowed to be said in the open. It’s reminiscent of Covid “conspiracies.” Remember when mentioning lab leaks was enough to get you kicked off social media? Pretty soon, it’s safe to say the Times will run an expose telling us ivermectin works.
Well, Donald Trump wasn’t having it. With as much conviction as ever, the former (and soon-to-be?) president did not hold back on his visceral contempt for the pathetic, corrupt, and traitorous corporate media hacks that all played their part in complicity denying and hiding the truth this whole time.
Watch as Trump unloads on the spineless sellouts:
Trump Was Right.
— Benny (@bennyjohnson) March 18, 2022
“Because he is a criminal. He’s a criminal. He got caught. Read his laptop. And you know who’s a criminal? You’re a criminal for not reporting it. You are a criminal for not reporting it.
Let me tell you something. Joe Biden is a criminal and he’s been a criminal for a long time and you’re a criminal in the media for not reporting it.”
What feels like the most important hashtag of 2021 and 2022? #TrumpWasRight.
The New York Post, which broke the original story in October of 2020, was finally vindicated. It had this to say on the newest revelations:
“A comprehensive report about the ongoing federal probe into Hunter Biden’s tax filings published by the New York Timeson Wednesday night confirmed the existence of the first son’s infamous laptop.
In October 2020, The Post exclusively reported on the contents of Hunter Biden’s laptop that he ditched at a Delaware repair shop in April 2019.
The laptop’s hard drive contained a trove of emails, text messages, photos and financial documents between Hunter Biden, his family and business associates — detailing how the president’s son used his political leverage in his overseas business dealings.”
It shouldn’t have to be explained that the third paragraph, which states the laptop contain all sorts of undesirable images and messages, would have had the potential to derail the entire Brandon campaign and keep Trump in opffice for a second term.
Does this count as stealing an election? Can we say that now too?