Last Thursday, House Republicans released two explosive testimonies from IRS whistleblowers that, if true, further suggest President Joe Biden sold his political power for profit from our enemies abroad via his son Hunter’s business dealings. Moreover, they allege the Department of Justice has done everything in its power to for years protect the Bidens, even to the point of massively interfering in an American election.
This story is huge — bigger than Monica Lewinsky and Watergate combined. If confirmed, it means that the sitting President of the United States is potentially compromised by our nation’s adversaries, and the intelligence apparatus are enabling his corruption. We have no choice but to tear it down.
Yet you wouldn’t know any of that from the headlines this weekend. Sunday’s premiere, front-page stories in each of America’s biggest newspapers — The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, USA Today, and The Washington Post — were all about the quick and unsuccessful “coup” in Russia. Mentions of the Biden scandal were scant. The New York Times’ only featured Biden scandal article, titled “The Real Lesson From the Hunter Biden Saga,” reads like satire, dismissing all the mounting allegations against the president and even praising him as a “model of … love and support” for people with drug-addicted family members.
It’s pretty interesting that almost immediately after the publication of the IRS whistleblower testimonies, the White House and State Department began sounding alarm bells over a “coup” that was over almost as soon as it started. Naturally, the corporate media was grateful to be handed a distraction story on a silver platter. The short-lived mutiny has not only dominated the headlines this weekend but was also granted wall-to-wall coverage on every major TV news channel. CNN, in particular, has really taken advantage of the Russia “coup,” using it as an opportunity to extol Biden for his “mastery of foreign policy.”
None of this is to say that this alleged attempted coup against the Kremlin isn’t newsworthy. The story has its place in the “world news” section. However, a foreign uprising that may or may not impact a war America has no business participating in should not be commanding the front pages for days on end, especially when we have far bigger fish to fry.
That said, the supposed coup isn’t the only distraction that’s been deployed by those in the press and federal government who want to direct our focus away from the Biden scandal. Mere hours after the notorious Titan submersible began its journey, the Biden Administration knew it had likely imploded but did not tell the public. Instead, they led us to believe the passengers may still be alive. Likewise, the media dutifully occupied the public with exhaustive, hour-by-hour coverage of a “search and rescue mission” that the U.S. military already knew was in vain. The day the literal “oxygen remaining” countdowns were over was the same day House Republicans released the testimonies.
To those who criticize conservatives for calling foul play on the corporate media’s behavior this week: We already know for a fact that Democrats don’t want the American people to hear about, let alone talk about, the Biden scandal. Every single Democrat on the House Ways and Means Committee, which ultimately released whistleblower testimonies, voted to hide them from the public. Meanwhile, the White House has completely avoided addressing the allegations altogether.
The most important thing Americans can do right now is to not be distracted. Resist the media manipulation, know the facts about the ongoing Biden scandal, and spread the word to everyone you know.
Here are the major revelations:
There is further evidence that the “conspiracy theorist” Republicans were right and that the 2020 presidential election was, indeed, rigged. The whistleblowers are claiming that the FBI authenticated Hunter’s infamous laptop almost a full year before the New York Post broke the story, and yet the FBI still encouraged Big Tech to censor the story ahead of the election, swaying the vote in Joe Biden’s favor.
Before the election, The DOJ allegedly hindered the IRS investigation into Hunter’s tax crimes, refusing to let investigators go public with it, refusing to approve a search warrant, and ultimately suspending the entire investigation because it would impact the 2020 election.
After the election, when the investigation was relaunched, investigators were told they could not ask interviewees about Hunter’s numerous references to his father or “the big guy” in his business dealings. Then, a few days later, the FBI tipped off “people very close to President Biden and Hunter Biden” the night before investigators planned to conduct interviews and request a consented search of Hunter’s home.
Lastly, the IRS reportedly uncovered a threatening WhatsApp message between Hunter and a Chinese businessman with ties to the CCP. In the message, Hunter writes that he’s “sitting here with [his] father” before threatening to weaponize Joe Biden’s power against the man if unspecified “promises and assurances” are not kept.
“I will make certain that between the man sitting next to me and every person he knows and my ability to forever hold a grudge that you will regret not following my direction,” Hunter allegedly wrote. “All too often people mistake kindness for weakness — and all too often I am standing over top of them saying I warned you.”
The deep state, corporate media, and the Biden administration think the American people are stupid. They think a couple of sensationalized stories and neglectful coverage of the whistleblower testimonies will make the bombshell Biden scandal blow over. But it won’t if we don’t let it.