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Sep 27 2019

NY Times Writer’s Ludicrous Defense of Hunter Biden

Greta Thunberg isn’t the only one with a wildly inappropriate conception of who deserves shaming and for what. Michael Barbaro of the NY Times wags a finger of righteous condemnation at Hugh Hewitt, who stands accused of attacking “a candidate’s child.” The “child” in question is 49-year-old influence peddler Hunter Biden.

Is that a call for Barbaro’s fellow moonbats to boycott NBC and the still worse MSNBC? Let’s hope it catches fire.

More information on Hewitt’s interview with Senator Tom Cotton (R-AR) from the Washington Free Beacon:

Cotton cited Hunter’s various character issues, such as drug and alcohol abuse, as evidence he was only hired by a Ukrainian gas company because he is the son of then-vice president Joe Biden. “What do we think that oligarch believed he was buying?” Cotton asked. “He was buying access and influence to the Biden family.”

That’s why definitive swamp creature Biden Sr forced the Ukraine to fire a prosecutor who was investigating his corrupt son by threatening to withhold American taxpayer money. Showcasing their staggering capacity for hypocrisy, the Democrats have proclaimed that they will impeach Trump based on unsubstantiated claims that he committed the very crime that their own Number One presidential candidate has openly bragged about committing.

Via Fox News:

According to Joe Biden himself, the former vice president played a key role in the prosecutor’s dismissal.

In March 2016, the then-vice president threatened to withhold $1 billion in U.S. loans if [Prosecutor General Viktor] Shokin was not fired, according to Biden, who recounted the exchange in a 2018 speech: “I looked at them and said: I’m leaving in six hours. If the prosecutor is not fired, you’re not getting the money. Well, son of a b—-. He got fired.”

Getting back to the Washington Free Beacon:

In addition to his questionable business dealings in Ukraine, Hunter Biden partnered with the nephew of infamous gangster Whitey Bulger and former secretary of state John Kerry’s stepson on a lucrative Bank of China deal.

Hunter Biden’s extramarital activities have warranted attention before.

I would observe that the rotten apple doesn’t fall far from the tree, but I don’t want to pick on a poor little child.

On a tip from Varla.

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