The media vilifies “election deniers,” but when it comes to the Bidens, they sound like scandal deniers. Cheerleaders and champions of the live prime-time hearings of the Jan. 6 panel suddenly picked by Pelosi are chiding Republicans for not wasting everyone’s time and money with hearings about the Biden scandals.
Four years ago, Axios ran “Democratic hit list: At least 85 Trump probe targets.” Politico published an article titled “How to Fill the Trump Administration with Investigations.”
Now Axios warns “Biden-district Republicans are stalling impeachment talks.” Politico also slams on the brakes: “The latest casualty of GOP House election night: impeachment.”
Forget vindictive impeachments. What about simple auditions? The Associated Press ran a story titled “House GOP pushes Hunter Biden probe despite slim majority.”
Anyone remember the headline “House Democrats push Jan. 6 probe despite slim majority”? According to Associated Publicists, Democrats are always right.
AP reporter Colleen Long lined up Democrats and nervous Republicans to sound the alarm that the GOP intends to override this oversight.
Legal analyst Jonathan Turley of the AP highlighted this line: “Joe Biden has said he never talked to his son about foreign business, and nothing Republicans have put forward suggests otherwise.” Doesn’t that sound like angry Democrats pounding away at their keyboards?
The AP later revised the line: “Joe Biden said he never talked to his son about his foreign business, and the federal probe has no indication the president was involved.” Ahem. The charge is that Hunter used his father’s influence to make money. It’s about the president.
AP describes itself as “an independent global news organization dedicated to factual reporting.” Wrong. It is a Democratic-affiliated organization dedicated to leftist editorial.
Biden’s claim that “I never talked to my son about his business dealings abroad” is absurd. Hunter’s laptop proved that Joe Biden lied repeatedly. There are emails and photos that demonstrate coordination between Hunter, Joe and Hunter’s clients. It’s like Donald Trump saying he’s never met Stormi Daniels when everyone can see the butt-to-butt photos.
The so-called extraordinary cynics in the press couldn’t be bothered to discuss the prospect of Vice President Biden flying with his son to China on Air Force Two without discussing the business connections Hunter had planned for the trip.
In December 2018, The New York Times reported on a story about Hunter’s dealings in China with a recording of Joe calling Hunter on the phone: “Hey dude, this is Dad. It’s 8:15 a.m. on Tuesday. Call me if you can. There is nothing urgent. I just wanted to talk to you. I thought the online article, which will be printed in the Times tomorrow, was good. I think you are clear.”
When White House correspondents Peter Doocy and Philip Wegmann asked press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre about it, no one else cared enough to follow. Is it time to sleep?
This highlights the biggest lie of the leftist press. When Republicans are in the White House, they insist it is an eternally solemn and noble duty to “hold them accountable” with energetic scandal stories. They don’t expect congressional Democrats to be thrown out. They do their own pushback – or attribute it to Democrats masquerading as anonymous “senior officials.”
But when Democrats are in the White House, journalists seem more eager to berate Republicans for wasting everyone’s time and demand that we all forget about accountability. Instead of investigating the White House, the media’s solemn and noble duty is suddenly to build a defensive perimeter around it. They do not deal with the people’s business. They are engaged in the work of the Democratic Party.
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