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Despite The New York Times finally admitting that Hunter Biden’s laptop is real and the emails that have surfaced from it are authentic, the media has been silent on the whole suppressed story for 259 days and counting, according to Fox News contributor Joe Concha.
On Tuesday’s airing of “Fox & Friends First,” co-host Todd Piro kicked things off by addressing Concha on the subject, saying, “259 days since ABC, CBS, and NBC morning and evening newscasts mentioned Hunter Biden. What has to happen, Joe, in the investigation of Hunter for the media to eventually touch the story?”
“Wow, Todd, Carly… it’s the eleventh commandment of journalism, ‘Thou shall not broach anything about Hunter Biden unless it’s to talk about his artwork or overcoming drug addiction.’ But as this investigation intensifies, as Cheryl was just describing, this story will be impossible to ignore, particularly if indictments start getting handed down,” he pointed out.
“And it’s worth repeating if Donald Trump Jr. was under the same investigation for the same reasons it is absotively guaranteed the coverage would be wall to wall to wall. We’d have to add a third wall to that saying. So, let’s see where this goes but at some point, these networks are going to have to start covering this because is absolutely a real story that could involve the president of the United States,” Concha noted.
If the media covered Hunter Biden like Will Smith, we would have a different president.
— thebradfordfile (@thebradfordfile) March 29, 2022
The discussion then turned to actor Will Smith smacking comedian Chris Rock at the Oscars and Concha weighed in on that as well. He was asked about celebrities coming to Smith’s defense because he hit the comic over a joke about his wife’s hair. Co-host Carley Shimkus also wanted his take on the spike in viewership for the Oscars.
“Well, there was definitely a spike, no question about it. But when you think about it, you hear 15 million viewers, that’s pretty good, right? But when you put it in context, just eight years ago alright, so we’re in basically the era that we are now as far as all these options in streaming and all these channels we have to choose from and cord-cutting, 43 million people watched. So about 30 million viewers are gone,” he stated.
Oscar viewership in. Early numbers from Nielsen: 13.5 million watched last night. Context: 10.5 million watched in 2021; 57 million watched in 1998.
— Joe Concha (@JoeConchaTV) March 28, 2022
“What happened the year after 2014? Donald Trump came onto all of our screens as a politician and eventually becomes president and suddenly the Oscars become all things political, anti-conservative, and the escapism is gone,” Concha said.
“But let me ask this question and I think it’s one that’s worth asking. You have to wonder what the Academy will do here as far as Will Smith and his Oscar for slapping Chris Rock because let’s say, Jon Voight had assaulted Chris Rock on stage. Is there a person on the planet that doesn’t think the Oscar that he won wouldn’t have been stripped already if he had won one that night?” he asked.
“And meanwhile, you have Howard Stern, somebody on CNN, and Steve Schmidt, formerly of the Lincoln Project, now blaming Donald Trump for Will Smith’s actions cause we all knew Trump was going to be worked in here somehow,” Concha concluded.
— Conservative News (@BIZPACReview) March 28, 2022
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