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Joe Biden claims that he had never spoken business with his son.

He might have.

Hunter Biden was paid half a million dollars by a Ukrainian gas company because of his unique business skills, which no one else has noticed.

It’s possible.

But unlikely.

An investigation by the Justice Department may reveal whether Hunter is a lame opportunist that broke the law, and whether Hunter’s father knew or helped.

Equally shocking is Hunter’s arrogance, bias and reporting that Hunter received from a wide range of media outlets and top tech gatekeepers.

Most people will never admit to being wrong today.

The New York Post The laptop was broken StoryThe presidential campaign was nearing its end. There was much media coverage and it was explosive. Although Hunter Biden was a target of many, some piled on. More Then, pile on more New York Post. They were skeptical about the authenticity of their hard drives and the accuracy and timing of the story.

Twitter stopped the story being shared. Facebook concealed the story. Politico said it might be “Russian disinformation.” A Washington Post column called it “laughably weak.” A New York Times piece labeled it “farcical retread of the Russian hack-and-leak operation that helped torpedo Hillary Clinton’s presidential aspirations.” The story was mocked and buried.

A year and half later, it is the PostAnd Times You must admit that the majority of the stories were true.

What do you think they don’t know?

“Sorry. We cannot stand the idea of another Trump term, so we didn’t report on bad things Democrats did.”

The Washington Post finally wrote that the way the media handled the story was an “opportunity for a reckoning.” But then they spent the rest of their editorial making excuses for their mistakes.

Nobody was fired.

Nobody was ever suspended.

There was no policy change.

This isn’t a new concept. Facebook prohibited any discussion of COVID-19’s possibility that it had been leaked in a lab for several months. Most media sneered that it was “fake news.” The Washington Post called it “a fringe theory.” The New York Times, a “conspiracy theory.” PolitiFact rated it “Pants on Fire!”

Facebook’s censorship ended only when the Biden Administration suggested there could have been an undiscovered lab leak.

Did Facebook say, “Sorry? We shouldn’t censor such important discussion?”


Are there apologetic comments on CNN or MSNBC?

They were probably lost to me.

Perhaps none of it is important to you but it is to others. Me.

Posting videos on social media platforms is how I earn my living. These videos suggested climate change worries are unfounded.

Climate change was not something I said.

It won’t, I said. Actually, it has already created problems.

But because I said the fear might be overblown, Facebook’s climate-activist “fact-checkers” make sure fewer people see my work.

One time, Facebook had many millions of hits. No.

Everything I had said in climate videos wasn’t wrong. Facebook’s very own fact-checker is helpful here. admitted This is not to say that my facts were incorrect. Still, Facebook continues to smear my work as “partly false.”

Even quoted me as saying something that I didn’t say!

Facebook doesn’t make the correction even though I have pointed that out.

Facebook, Twitter, The New York Times, The Washington Post, CNN, NBC, Poynter Institute “fact-checkers” and most of the elite media are now part information-sharers, part leftist interest groups.

I don’t identify as a Democrat, Republican or both. I’m not obsessive about Hunter Biden getting paid to do sleazy stuff and whisper in my father’s ear. He probably didn’t have much influence if he did.

America’s Big Media are far less trustworthy than I am. They don’t publish facts and they don’t voice their concerns when the censors make mistakes.

We teach our little children to apologize for their mistakes. Does that seem too high a demand of media titans and social media platforms?

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