Los Angeles Times shared their “fact check” live last night during the final presidential debate regarding Hunter Biden’s corruption and Joe Biden’s extremely personal ties into his son’s crimes.
While it was a solid defense play, it fell short on it’s purpose – factual information.
Each passing hour, new information is exposed regarding Hunter Biden and what has been dubbed his “laptop from Hell” which offers direct evidence of his father’s involvement in an international crime spree.
Newsweek had this to say regarding the new information:
On Thursday, Bobulinski released a statement to multiple media outlets describing his business ties to the Bidens.
“The committee is working to validate information being revealed by multiple sources. As part of those efforts, we have reached out to several individuals named in recently revealed emails, including Tony Bobulinski. We look forward to their cooperation in helping us uncover the truth,” a spokesperson for the committee told Newsweek on Thursday.
Bobulinski, who claims to be supportive of Democrats, was the recipient of a May 2017 email reported by the New York Post last week. That email, which was reportedly from a business associate of Hunter Biden, outlined “renumeration [sic] packages” for a Chinese venture. The email laid out how equity would be distributed under a provisional agreement, representing “10” going to Hunter “for the big guy.” In a Thursday statement to the New York Post and Fox News, Bobulinski said that the “big guy” was a reference to Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden.”
The press conference with the claims put forth here, which it should be noted, has not been rebuked by the former Vice President or his campaign:
The irony is that the more that mainstream media tries to bury the Hunter Biden story, the more people realize something is being hidden from them and seek the information out on their own. Evidence by Google searches for Hunter Biden spiking after all-week highs during the presidential debate when Joe, not Trump, first brought the issue up.