Americans are still trying to get to the bottom of allegations of corruption against Joe Biden.
The contents of Hunter Biden’s emails opened a can of worms on one of the biggest scandals in presidential campaign history.
Trey Gowdy asked one question about Joe Biden that had all hell breaking loose.
The New York Post and Breitbart are among the few news outlets which have been practicing real journalism in covering the bombshell allegations of ditty pay-to-play schemes that involved Joe Biden and his family surrounding Hunter Biden’s foreign business dealings.
Appearing on Fox News, former South Carolina Republican Congressman Trey Gowdy ripped the fake news media and so-called “journalists” that huff and puff about “facts first” and “democracy dies in the darkness.”
Gowdy pointed out the media refused to cover the story despite the fact that an email surfaced laying out the breakdown in payment from a business deal with a Chinese company with 10 percent going to “the big guy.”
“The big guy” is alleged to be former Vice President Joe Biden, but since, the fake news media has done no reporting on the issue to help the American people arrive at the truth of the matter.
“I still don’t know who the ‘big guy’ is,” Gowdy told Fox News. “I didn’t hear the moderator ask Joe Biden who the ‘big guy’ is. So the lack of follow-up questions — but the president, I thought, did exponentially better than the first time.”
Gowdy went on to explain that the nuts and bolts of the story are if the emails are authentic and what Joe Biden knew about his son allegedly selling influence by using Biden’s name.
“The only relevant question is whether or not the underlying material is authentic. If it’s authentic, then he needs to be asked about it. It may be that he did not discuss the information with Hunter, in which case he would want to know if he’s going to be the president that his son is trafficking in his name and his position,” Gowdy added.
The emails in question are real.
Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe said the emails are not part of a Russian disinformation campaign.
The FBI and Department of Justice agree.
Fake news media claims that the emails were Russian disinformation collapse even quicker than so-called “journalists” lies about Russian collusion.
After that gambit failed, the fake news media resorted to censorship with only Fox News reporting the story on broadcast or cable TV.
“It’s only a Fox story right now, Fox and a handful of print,” Gowdy added. “You will see more stories about Rudy Giuliani’s film debut — which I don’t want to see — but you’ll see more stories about that than you will whether or not Joe Biden’s family was trafficking in his name and his position.”
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