While many liberal publications have failed to cover the scandal of the allegations of influence involving Hunter Biden, the media has been front and center trying to minimize it all.
Prior to the election, media even pushed the ridiculous speculation that the Hunter Biden laptop and emails were all just “Russian disinformation.” This was pushed to Americans who media had already primed with lies about Russia for the past four years.
But of course, that wasn’t true, as the multiple investigations into Biden revealed.
So what can media do now to diminish the problem of Hunter, Joe and the connections with foreign governments?
Here’s Vanity Fair’s offering, commiserating with poor victim Hunter, who just wants to be an artist and “prepare for his first solo art show (amid ongoing DOJ investigation).”
“Hunter Biden now has not only a Department of Justice investigation into his taxes to contend with, but also his first solo art show to prepare for next year,” the first paragraph says, equating the pressure of Biden’s budding art career with a criminal, federal investigation. “The venture capitalist turned artist, whose studio is in the pool house of his Hollywood Hills home, creates his work with a metal straw he uses to blow alcohol ink onto Japanese Yupo paper, creating abstract layers of colors and concentric circles.”
A metal straw from a former drug addict? Yikes. The article continues:
“Painting ‘puts my energy toward something positive,’ Biden explained. ‘It keeps me away from people and places where I shouldn’t be.’ He also added, ‘The one thing I have left is my art. It’s the one thing they can’t take away from me or conflate with anything else.'”
Poor guy, just beset with “adversaries in the Republican Party” according to Vanity Fair.
Notice what’s missing is even the slightest concern or journalistic interest in the allegations against Biden or his connections with foreign governments or how that might have involved his father.
Meanwhile Fox ran some more evidence that has now dropped on Biden, that he thanked the chair
Hunter Biden sent an email to CEFC Chairman Ye Jianming from 2017 extending “best wishes from the entire Biden family,” and urging the chairman to “quickly” send a $10 million wire to “properly fund and operate” the Biden joint venture with CEFC.
However, the $10 million transfer to the joint venture was never completed.
Hunter sent another email to Zhao Runlong at CEFC, asking that they please “translate my letter to Chairman Ye, please extend my warmest best wishes and that I hope to see the Chairman soon.”
The letter to Ye said among other things, “I hope my letter finds you well. I regret missing you on your last visit to the United States,” Hunter Biden wrote in the attached letter, dated June 17, 2017. “Please accept the best wishes from the entire Biden family as well as my partners.” It also said, “We are all hoping to see you here again soon, or in Shanghai.”
Biden went on to note that Bobulinski had “sent a request to Dong Gongwen [Gongwen Dong] and Director Zang for the funding of the $10 MM USD wire.”
“I would appreciate if you will send that quickly so we can properly fund and operate Sinohawk,” Biden wrote.
“I am sure you have been well briefed by our dear friend Director Zang on the political and economic connections we have established in countries where you are interested in expanding during the coming months and years,” he continued. “I look forward to our next meeting.”
Translation: give our company $10 million for the political and economic connections we can provide you. He’s literally saying that.
Who were these Chinese business partners with whom Hunter was dealing?
According to a September report released by the Senate Homeland Security Committee and Senate Finance Committee on their investigation into Hunter Biden’s foreign business dealings, Ye Jianming, Gongwen Dong and other Chinese nationals that Hunter Biden had business associations with were linked to the Chinese Communist government and the People’s Liberation Army.
No problem there, right? He’s just an artist.