Weeks before the election, the New York Post released an article entitled, “Smoking-gun email reveals how Hunter Biden introduced Ukrainian businessman to VP dad” and TWITTER CENSORED the Tweet by locking the New York Post out of their account… for two weeks. We’re not talking about a tabloid, we’re talking about the oldest newspaper in the country. But the censorship didn’t stop there because anyone who retweeted the article also was locked out of their account including government officials. It was the most brazen display of censorship the United States has seen yet. Of course, since then these practices have become common place.
Aside from Twitter, the mainstream/ corporate media castigated the article as mere conspiracy theory. They continually said that it had already been discredited. Moderators in the presidential debates would not even allow the topic to be brought up. It was verboten.
However, it wasn’t long after Joe Biden was elected that the media came out and confirmed that the Hunter Biden laptop wasn’t just a conspiracy after all. The FBI had been sitting on it for months! But then it begged the question as to wether Joe Biden was the person referred to in the emails without being named. When questioned about it before the elections, which was rare, Joe said that he knew his son had business dealings in the Ukraine but that’s all he knew because he’d never discussed it with Hunter.
“I’ve never discussed my business or their business, my sons’ or daughter’s,” Biden said after being questioned by CBS’s Norah O’Donnell. “And I’ve never discussed them because they know where I have to do my job and that’s it and they have to make their own judgments.”