Diverting from the Real Story

Posted on April 5, 2022 by Howard Roark


The way the media is now covering the Hunter Biden laptop story, you’d think it was breaking news.  But, of course, everyone — including those in the mainstream media who insisted for two years that it was nothing more than Russian disinformation — has known all along that the story was true.

Nevertheless, no one seems to be focusing on the real story — the decades-long criminal activity of Joe Biden, a political dufus who has been selling influence since he first arrived in Washington a half century ago.  Do you think he could afford to pay $2.74 million for a beach house — to go along with his Delaware mansion — on a government salary?

Ukraine is the most obvious example of Joe Biden’s influence peddling.  As you will recall, he laid himself bare when he boasted on camera about doing the very thing for which Donald Trump was impeached.  The transcript of the Trump-Zelensky call made it clear that Trump did not threaten to withhold U.S. funds from Ukraine in exchange for President Zelensky’s “digging up dirt” on Hunter Biden.

By contrast, Joe Biden virtually prosecuted himself when he clearly stated, on camera, that he would use his power as vice president of the United States to withhold $1 billion in aid from Ukraine unless the Ukrainian prosecutor investigating the company with which his son was affiliated was fired.  That one moment of classic Biden braggadocio should have earned him a lifetime prison sentence.

China has been even more lucrative for Biden than Ukraine, and, as a result, the Chicoms have had him by his withered genitalia for years.  Commies don’t give out 3-carat diamonds without expecting a whole lot in return.

When people say Joe Biden has failed at every position he’s ever held, they couldn’t be more wrong.  Let’s give credit where credit is due:  Biden has enjoyed enormous success in what has always been his main focus, enriching himself and his family at the expense of taxpayers.

Don’t be fooled.  Hunter Biden is nothing more than a glorified bagman for the big guy, a bagman who can be conveniently pardoned at any time.  Thus, when the media brays on endlessly about Hunter’s supposed tax problems, it’s nothing more than a diversion from the real story — the story about the most corrupt president in American history.