UPDATED 10:29 AM PT – Monday, December 21, 2020
The mainstream media seems to have changed its tune about Hunter
Biden more than a month after Americans cast their ballots in the
Large outlets who denied Biden corruption allegations during the
2020 election cycle are now acknowledging the case against him, but
many are questioning the timing of their coverage.
Liberal press has been accused of sweeping these incriminating
allegations under the rug to save face with Joe Biden.
Before the election, the Washington Post shared this headline:
truth behind the Hunter Biden non-scandal.” However, that
same publication also shared another headline after the election
Biden tax probe examining Chinese business dealings.”
Before Election Day vs. after Election Day pic.twitter.com/ZUx1dPmijw
— Tim Murtaugh (@TimMurtaugh) December 10, 2020
Does this sounds familiar? It should. One America’s Chanel
Rion broke this story of corruption last year, however, mainstream
media outlets accused OAN of pushing false narratives. Now that the
voting window is long over, networks have no need to conceal this
Before the election, Politico published a piece with the
headline: “Hunter Biden story is Russian disnfo.” This is a
stark contrast to their most recent headline which reads:
“Justice Department’s interest in Hunter Biden covered more
Politico before & after
the election 🧐 pic.twitter.com/xyb5pX8Qi0
— Rita Panahi (@RitaPanahi)
December 10, 2020
President Trump has spoken on this throughout his presidency,
calling out media outlets for only covering stories that hurt him.
Despite this, the President remains hopeful the truth will
“They will lie, they will obstruct, they will spread their
hatred and their prejudice, but we will not back down from doing
what is right because as the bible tells us — we know that the
truth will prevail,” he stated.
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