And he’s been lying the whole time.
In the early days of the 2020 Democrat race for the nomination, when most journalists were backing Elizabeth Warren or Bernie Sanders, the conventional wisdom was that Joe Biden was too old, too out of touch, and oh-by-the-way, that Hunter Biden thing makes him a non-starter.
The New Yorker wrote a blistering expose on the former Veep’s son with the hopeful title, “Will Hunter Biden Jeopardize His Father’s Campaign?” But, by the time Spring of 2020 rolled around, and Biden looked to be a lock for the nomination, thereby making him the one person who could stop Trump, there was a virtual news blackout on all things Hunter.
The legacy, corporate media, and their partners in Big Tech went so far as to ignore, censor, and even punish any promotion of the New York Post’s astounding work on the infamous “Laptop from Hell” story just two weeks before election day.
A lot has happened since then. Even The New York Times and Washington Post have independently verified the contents of the aforementioned laptop. But one aspect of the embryonic Hunter scandal from 2019 has remained largely unscrutinized.
Biden’s vehement denial that he’d ever spoken with his son about any of his shady deals.