ABC reporters, along with the rest of the media, are still burying the revelations New York Times The story of that Hunter Biden laptop on March 16th is real. This is not Russian false information. Except for two seconds on MSNBC, ABC, CBS, NBC and CNN, everyone is silent. And while ABC News still refuses to cover the story, ABC Entertainment discusses Hunter Biden for just a few six seconds.
Of course, it wasn’t six seconds of substance or six seconds of making fun of the president’s son. Instead of the eponymous host Jimmy Kimmel Live Claims that Donald Trump is trying to “create a story about Hunter Biden”. Even in the face of reality, media personalities like Kimmel are still hiding the truth.
After playing a clip of Rudy Giuliani on Newsmax, Jimmy Kimmel allowed little Biden to mention this blink-and-miss you:
Eventually, they went to ask Rudy, who we should not forget, that Trump was in the middle trying to stop the financial support of the Ukrainian military. In an attempt to create their story about Hunter Biden.
On April 8, 2021, Kimmel Hunter interviewed Biden and allowed him to dismiss the laptop: “And the real thing is, it’s a red herring. It’s a red herring. “Obviously, the liberal host doesn’t mind lying – or lying to his audience.
In 2020, ABC’s Good morning America Dismisses laptop story as “unverified claim” CBS’s 60 minutes Hunter ridiculed Biden’s laptop as an “unclaimed claim” and possibly a Russian delusion. On Sunday, the show (and CBS) refused to correct their smears.
A survey conducted by the Media Research Center in November 2020 found that 45 percent of Biden voters were unaware of the story. According to Rich Noise, then MRC Research Director: “Awareness of the Hunter Biden scandal will lead 9.4% of Biden voters to abandon the Democratic candidate, reversing all six swing states he has won to Trump, giving the President 311 votes.”
No wonder journalists (and late night hosts) don’t want to cover this story.
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