Skip to main content

Twitter vs. the Bidens

Hunter and Joe Biden -- 

Hunter Biden, President Joe Biden’s wayward son, fell over a political cliff when he -- inadvertently? -- left his laptop at a computer store, presumably for repairs. The compromising nature of the computer data, partly salacious but also containing sensitive communications implicating former Vice President Biden in a possible pay to play scheme involving foreign entities not friendly to the United States, induced the legally blind shop owner to contact the FBI concerning the compromising computer.

Hunter Biden, trading on his father’s name, was enriched, the laptop rested safely in FBI hands – end of story?

Alas, the whole business, all of which happened prior to a hotly contested presidential election,  proved to be a “tangled web” of the sort Walter Scott imagined when he penned the lines “Oh what a tangled web we weave/When first we practice to deceive.” 

After having had no response from the FBI, the shop owner wisely shared copies of the data with lawyers associated with President Donald Trump.

The computer files made their way to the New York Post, which published some of the politically hot data, as newspapers have been accustomed to do for centuries.

A case in point:   James Thomson Callender, an alcoholic journalist/pamphleteer published the news that the upstanding Thomas Jefferson had sired the children of one of his house slaves, Sally Hemings. Some scholars suppose that the children were fathered by one of Jefferson’s relatives.

Once friendly to Jefferson, Callender switched allegiance when he did not receive a political appointment he thought was his due. The widely circulated news did not end Jefferson’s distinguished political career, but it did make the papers and was used in political campaigns of the day. The splenetic Callender took to drink, and one night, after tippling at a bar, his body was found floating in Virginia’s James River.

There is little question that the sharp edge of the initial hot-topic Hunter Biden laptop story was ground down by hazy charges that the data taken from Hunter’s laptop was a Russian disinformation plant. Some would call such false charges a form of election fraud.

“The laptop,” the New York Post noted, “links President Biden to the foreign influence-peddling of his son Hunter and brother Jim Biden, but high-ranking former spy agency officials claimed before the 2020 election it was likely Russian disinformation, and the story was obligingly censored by Twitter and Facebook.

“It only took them 769 days” to notice what might have been discovered by recent journalism graduates working the political beat at the Associated Press -- i.e. that the data found on Hunter’s computer, most especially the emails first publicized by the Post showing Hunter Biden colluding with communist China and Russia, was the real deal.

Twitter, bought by billionaire Elon Musk, has since repented and, under Musk’s direction, printed many cross communications between Twitter officials and Bidenites that show undo pressure had been put on social media sites by powerful U.S. agencies. The evident purpose of the subtly intimidating hints by the FBI and others that the computer data was a Russian Communist Party disinformation campaign gave social media sites pause and the censorship knives came out of journalistic scabbards.

Truth be told – the matter was NOT the result of Russian disinformation. Serious money was passing between China, Russia, other corrupt international outposts and the President’s son. Hunter Biden has since taken up painting as an innocent pastime. Much later, the elections tucked away, prominent news outlets such as the New York Times blushingly admitted that the matter on the laptop was NOT Russian disinformation.

In addition, discoveries of top- secret documents hidden, some for more than six years, in “lunchpail” Joe’s various million dollar properties have dented the presidential breastplate, and – better late than never – the pro-Biden news media is now attempting to recover is standing among the general public as a fearless pursuer of the truth. Biden’s long honeymoon with our “nonpartisan” media appears to be coming to a close.

So far in Connecticut, prominent Democrats have not been closely questioned concerning the Hunter Biden laptop, or the top secret documents squirrelled away by Biden who, as former U.S. Senator and Vice President, was obliged, legally and morally, to observe the same protocol respecting top secret documentation as any member of the all Democrat Connecticut U.S. Congressional Delegation.

Now that the helm in the U.S. House of Representatives has fallen to Republicans, a hasty retreat to the usual White House bunkers may no longer be sufficient to distract the public gaze from possible criminal collusion between the Bidens, China and Russia, long considered enemies of democracy.



Popular posts from this blog

Blumenthal the Hare

Blumenthal, Biden In the campaign season now upon us, money is, more than ever, the mother’s milk of politics. U.S. Senator Dick Blumenthal, we all know, is rich in every sense of the word. He is a multi-millionaire who lives in splendor in Greenwich, Connecticut, a billionaire’s Eden. And he, as well as other Democrat U.S. Congresspersons, also redundantly rich – such as 3 rd District U.S. Representatives Rosa DeLauro, first elected to the U.S. House of Representatives more than three decades ago in 1990, and 4 th District U.S. Representative Jim Himes, now enjoying his seventh term in office – is able at the drop of a hat to assemble a formidable campaign war chest that will serve to discourage primary opponents and assure an effortless glide path to victory. In addition to personal wealth, Blumenthal is also rich in mostly flattering news reports, many of which he or his staff had a hand in creating through carefully crafted news releases not always critically examined by Conn

Connecticut, An Embarrassment Of Riches

The Lamont Family On the one hand, Connecticut Democrats have for years had a love/hate relationship with the rich. Not a few Democrat Jeremiahs have let loose on the rich over the years, partly in order to claim solidarity with the more numerous middle class. In our progressive post-Marxian leftist universe, class is still king. The rich, by simply being rich, are still regarded in leftist quarters as oppressors of the proletariat. Connecticut’s “Gold Coast,” a parcel of well-endowed rich people stretching snake-like along the state’s southern coastline, fairly glows with wealth. Greenwich is wealth central, and a few Democrat politicians live in the glorious gilded bubble, far from the madding crown. U.S. Senator Dick Blumenthal and Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont, both of whom will be heading the Democrat ticket in the midterm elections, live in Greenwich. Other Democrat U.S. Congressional millionaires are U.S. Representatives Jim Himes, who also lives in Greenwich, and Democr

Blumenthal, Biden, And Postmodern Utopians

Blumenthal People are noticing the drop in U.S. Senator Dick Blumenthal’s approval rating. According to a recent Quinnipiac poll, Blumenthal’s approval has dipped into a danger-red area. “The job approval of U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal, who is seeking a third term this fall, CTMirror reports, “was his worst in Quinnipiac polling since the Democrat took office in 2011. He was barely above water: 45% approve while 43% disapprove.” Coincidentally, the approval rating of President Joe Biden , which ranges from 36% to 43%, is underwater. The New York Post , every postmodern progressive’s bete noir , suggests that Biden’s reactionary economic policies may lie at the root of his disfavor, but these roots may go deeper than anyone supposes. “President Biden,” a Post commentator writes, has dismissed inflation worries, “saying that Milton Friedman — the famed inflation-fighting economist — no longer runs the show. Well, the late economist certainly didn’t run Biden’s show, but his obs