Well, well, well.
None other than the Washington Post, also known as the Bezos-owned woke media outlet, apparently has had a change of heart regarding Biden’s rather obvious role in Hunter’s business dealings.
Indeed, the same outlet that long lambasted Hunter’s laptop as “Russian disinformation” has not only decided to “authenticate” the laptop well after the catastrophic 2020 outcome, but it’s also now permitted at least one of its journalists to call for a “thorough investigation” into Biden’s antics in Ukraine, Russia, and China, to name a few.
Such an investigation is long overdue, as it may shed clear insight into why Biden remains obsessed with pouring billions into Ukraine while effectively giving the middle finger to Maui.
At least residents in Maui were able to give the president the finger back during his recent, 5-hour appearance in Maui.
Regardless, Biden’s contempt for Americans is quite clear, and that may well be because he considers his governmental posts little more than an opportunity for enriching himself at the grave expense of national security.
And it looks like more than one journalist is shifting into major CYA territory, in the event that Biden is eventually investigated.
As detailed by Fox News, WaPo journalist Henry Olsen has done a total 180 with regards to his views on Biden’s shady business dealings.
“[Biden] was aware of Hunter’s dealings and wanted to keep his son in the loop,” Olsen writes.
Gee, you think? As if drug-addled Hunter would have received the time of day if it weren’t for his father.
“One could dismiss this as simply another tawdry example of access-peddling. Maybe that’s all it is. But only a complete investigation can ensure that it’s nothing worse,” Olsen continued.
Er, “access peddling” to obviously corrupt nations bilking Americans for billions now is hardly anything to sneeze at.
Especially when Biden gives the entire nation the equivalent of $1,700 per capita while hurling all of $700 per person in Maui.
That said, at least Olsen has a come a long way from denying the laptop entirely.
“Hunter selling access to his father is disreputable but completely legal. Similarly, Joe Biden participating in meetings that his son asked him to attend would constitute questionable judgment but not illegal conduct. The trouble comes if it moved beyond that to a shared business relationship in which the vice president was an active partner,” Olsen mused.
Well, considering that “the Big Guy” apparently threatened to withhold $1B in aid unless the Ukrainian prosecutor investigating him and his son was fired, it is safe to say that he was, indeed, an “active partner.”
Heck, Biden bragged on video about that one.
Olsen also finally dropped the line that has undoubtedly sent the White House into an enraged tailspin.
“There’s more than enough evidence to merit a thorough investigation of President Biden’s involvement in his son’s business dealings,” Olsen concluded.
Indeed, there is.
Alas, Indictment #10000 has been launched against Trump instead, in a desperate bid to deflect from the Biden cadre’s utterly shameless profiteering.
Author: Jane Jones