Sean Hannity weighed-in Thursday night on Hunter Biden’s escalating China scandal; saying probes into former Vice President Joe Biden’s son are “not going away” any time soon.
“The very same people who screamed ‘Russia’ for years may want to take a long look in the mirror… As we have long documented, the People’s Republic of China is the most malignant government on Earth. That didn’t stop Hunter Biden,” said Hannity.
“He was begging for millions from a Chinese Energy company. We can report that Hunter’s ex-business associates were looking for ways to ‘Get Joe’ involved in their China venture,” he added. “This investigation is not going away.”
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‘LAPTOP FROM HELL’: Trump Demands Attorney General Barr ‘Act Fast ’on Hunter Biden’s Email Scandal
President Trump weighed-in Tuesday on the growing scandal surrounding Hunter Biden’s recently released email; saying Attorney General Bill Barr must “act fast” to investigate the “laptop from hell.”
“This is the laptop from hell,” Trump said. “Even if he didn’t get all of this money, you can’t go to China and have the son walk out with $1.5 billion. … You can’t go to Ukraine with $83,000 a month. … You can’t get $3.5 million from the mayor of Moscow’s wife.”
“And you didn’t have a job before your father was vice president,” Trump continued. “You can’t go and go with your father and every stop you make, you pick up $1 billion.”
He added: “The vice president got a kickback, and everybody knows it, and they’ve known it a long time.”
“We’ve got to get the attorney general to act,” Trump said. “He’s gotta act, and he’s gotta act fast, and he’s gotta appoint somebody.”The president added: “This is major corruption, and we have to know about this before the election. The attorney general has to act.”
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‘IT WAS WRONG’: Twitter CEO Admits Banning Hunter Biden Laptop Story ‘Was Wrong’
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey admitted his company “was wrong” in censoring a New York Post story regarding Hunter Biden just days before the 2020 presidential election; saying the platform “corrected” the situation within 24 hours.
“That to me seems like you’re the ultimate editor,” committee chairman Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., said during his opening statement. “The editorial decision by the New York Post to run the story was overridden by Twitter and Facebook in different fashions to prevent its dissemination. Now if that’s not making an editorial decision I don’t know what would be.”
“We made a quick interpretation using no other evidence that the materials in the article were obtained through hacking, and according to our policy, we blocked them from being spread,” Dorsey testified. “Upon further consideration, we admitted this action was wrong and corrected it within 24 hours.”
“This incident demonstrated that we needed one and so we created one we believe is fair and appropriate,” he said, referring to the company’s new process in vetting posts.
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