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Instead of investigating the bombshell findings contained in emails that were published this week by the New York Post, federal investigators have begun investigating the emails themselves, according to a report published by NBC News late Thursday.
Published by the Post on Wednesday, the emails contained a flurry of shocking findings about Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden’s crack-smoking son, Hunter.
One damning finding was that Hunter had allegedly brokered a meeting between his father, then-Vice President Joe Biden, and an executive of the corrupt firm Burisma in 2015, a year before the then-VP had gone on to pressure Ukrainian officials to fire a prosecutor who’d been investigating the firm’s activities.
The publication of the findings spawned widespread outrage from the institutional left and led to a concerted effort by elites in tech and media to suppress the story.
Yet federal authorities are looking into neither the bombshell findings nor the suppression of them. Instead, they’re seeking to determine whether the findings “are linked to a foreign intelligence operation,” according to NBC News.
In other words, they’re looking to see if the findings can be traced back to Russia.
Read this story from the person who went on a prime-time MSNBC show to suggest that Trump “might be” a Russian asset since the 1980s and see if there’s even a shred of evidence for the drearily predictable claim that the Russians are likely behind the Hunter Biden docs: 🇷🇺🇷🇺🇷🇺 https://t.co/1hanjQd75S
— Glenn Greenwald (@ggreenwald) October 14, 2020
The liberal media have meanwhile seized on the feds’ concern and used them to begin touting what sounds an awful lot like the Russian collusion delusion narrative.
“U.S. intelligence agencies warned the White House last year that President Trump’s personal lawyer Rudolph W. Giuliani was the target of an influence operation by Russian intelligence, according to four former officials familiar with the matter, “The Washington Post reported Thursday, citing anonymous sources again.
“The intelligence raised concerns that Giuliani was being used to feed Russian misinformation to the president. … The warnings to the White House, which have not previously been reported, led national security adviser Robert O’Brien to caution Trump in a private conversation that any information Giuliani brought back from Ukraine should be considered contaminated by Russia, one of the former officials said.”
President Donald Trump’s attorney Rudy Giuliani is linked to the matter because it was he who’d help bring the emails to the attention of the New York Post.
As previously reported, in April of 2019 someone showed up to a computer repair shop in Biden’s home state of Delaware and dropped off a laptop that contained photos and videos of Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden’s son, Hunter.
The owner of the shop then handed the laptop to the FBI but also gave a copy of its hard drive to President Donald Trump’s attorney Rudy Giuliani.
Months later, Giuliani associate Steven Bannon told the New York Post about the copied hard drive, and then this past Sunday Giuliani gave the Post a copy of it.
For the new Russian collusion delusion narrative to be true, the computer repair shop owner would presumably have to be in on the plot. Yet speaking with Fox News this Wednesday, he came off as a normal American, not some Russian operative.
— Bo Snerdley (@BoSnerdley) October 15, 2020
Plus, one would be hard-pressed to explain how the Russians — or whatever bogeyman that’s been invented by the left — had managed to create photos and videos of Hunter.
According to the NY Post, the laptop contained a video of Hunter smoking crack while engaged in a sex act, as well as previously unseen photos of the Biden family.
Nevertheless, according to NBC News one theory has already emerged among Russia-obsessed liberal elites.
“Some have speculated that the material could have been hacked from Hunter Biden’s accounts and put on the laptop as a cover story to offer a plausible explanation of how the material became public,” the outlet notes. “In January, it was reported that Burisma’s networks had been breached by Russian hackers.”
But if it’s true that Russian operatives obtained Hunter’s emails, photos and videos while hacking Burisma, which is where Hunter had worked from 2014 to 2019, wouldn’t it prove that the contents of the laptop are at least real?
And if the contents of the laptop are indeed real, wouldn’t that, therefore, provide ample evidence for why concerns over the Bidens’ dealings are warranted?
After all, not only do the emails highlighted by the Post show that Biden lied when he claimed he’d never once spoken to Hunter about his business dealings, but they also show that the “Biden family received millions of dollars from Communist China government officials,” as noted during a press conference Thursday by Sen. Ted Cruz.
Graham, Cruz demand to know ‘what the hell is going on’; will subpoena Twitter CEO to testify before Judiciary Committee https://t.co/L4qMB7b2Ua
— Conservative News (@BIZPACReview) October 15, 2020
The press conference concerned big tech’s suppression and censorship of the New York Post’s reporting. Both Cruz and Sen. Lindsey Graham announced that they’d be subpoenaing Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey to explain himself to them.
It’s unclear why federal authorities aren’t following these Republican senators’ lead and also looking into the Orwellian silencing of America’s once-free press — and are instead chasing Russian bogeymen yet again for the hundredth time.
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