We’ll investigate Bidens’ shady business dealings when Republicans take the House in November, by Kevin McCarthy, Jim Jordan, and James Comer

This sounds encouraging and definitely should be done. The cautionary note is this public promise is being made by three politicians, so believe it when you see it. From Kevin McCarthy, Jim Jordan, and James Comer at nypost.com:

In October 2020, just 20 days before the contentious presidential election, a startling article appeared in The New York Post detailing shady business dealings and influence peddling by Joe Biden’s family members, particularly his son Hunter.

The legacy media, which for four years had sensationalized countless conspiracy theories about President Donald Trump and his family, faced a choice: report the Biden allegations or circle the wagons in the Bidens’ defense in the election’s run-up. They chose the latter.

NPR told its audience, “We don’t want to waste our time on stories that are not really stories.”

Big Tech joined in. Twitter blocked users from posting links to the few news stories about Hunter Biden’s laptop contents; it even locked The Post’s account for refusing to take down the article. Facebook manipulated algorithms to limit the spread of laptop stories. One of the nation’s largest newspapers was effectively shut out of the digital public square.

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2 responses to “We’ll investigate Bidens’ shady business dealings when Republicans take the House in November, by Kevin McCarthy, Jim Jordan, and James Comer

  1. Uniparty Uber Alles

    And we will vote harder this time, comrades.

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  2. They say this now, Robert, but we shall see…..

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