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Saturday, April 03, 2021

Now that he's safe, Hunter admits the truth. Sorta

Now that his dad is president and the FBI won't touch his laptop with a 10-foot pole, Hunter Biden is willing to admit that yes his laptop filled with child porn and documentation of his graft.

The media is willing to admit it too.

It is called gloating.

Call him Hillary Jr. because like her and the 33,000 emails she sent to Red China, he got away with it and there is nothing anyone can do about it.

The New York Post broke the story a month before the election. Twitter banned the story from its web site. The media discredited it. Hunter hid. 

Today, the New York Post reported two stories.

The first was, "NPR issues stunning mea culpa after claiming Hunter Biden laptop story was ‘discredited’ by intelligence."

It said, "A book review of Hunter Biden’s memoir 'Beautiful Things' initially dismissed the documents first reported in October by The Post.

" 'The laptop story was discredited by U.S. intelligence and independent investigations by news organizations,' the book review by NPR senior editor and correspondent Ron Elving initially claimed.

"The correction on the Thursday article now says, 'A previous version of this story said U.S. intelligence had discredited the laptop story. U.S. intelligence officials have not made a statement to that effect.'

"Although some Democrats claimed that the laptop may have been 'Russian disinformation,' President Biden’s campaign, the White House and Hunter Biden have not denied the laptop belonged to Hunter."

The second story said, "Hunter Biden has finally ‘fessed up that the laptop at the center of The Post’s explosive exposé last year absolutely could belong to him, he revealed in an interview Friday."

Could absolutely?

Sheesh.

The story continued, "In a sitdown with CBS’s Sunday Morning, President Biden’s embattled son was pointedly asked yes or no if the MacBook Pro that was dropped off at a Delaware computer repair shop in April 2019 was in fact his. 

" 'I really don’t know what the answer is, that’s the truthful answer,' Hunter Biden said in an excerpt of the interview released on Friday, before adding, 'I have no idea.'

"But asked whether it could have belonged to him, he replied, 'Absolutely.' "

The FBI is very reluctant to investigate Democrats because unlike Republicans, Democrats punish government employees who do not resist the opposing party's presidents.

Democrats play hardball.

The CBS take on its own interview was headlined, "Hunter Biden opens up about family intervention and addresses laptop reports." 

Kudos to the network for asking him about the laptop.

The one the media swore last October wasn't his.

The next Republican president needs to be nice and pleasant to the media and the deep state in public, while he rips them to shreds behind closed doors. There are scores to settle, lessons to teach, and heads to place on pikes.

The RNC needs to hire private investigators and create dossiers on every senior official in the FBI, Pentagon, and so on down to the Department of Transportation.

And then the RNC must leak these stories while out of power and while in it. As Michael Corleone told Tim Hagen, "Tom, wait a minute. I'm talking about a cop that's mixed up in drugs. I'm talking about a dishonest cop -- a crooked cop who got mixed up in the rackets and got what was coming to him. That's a terrific story. And we have newspaper people on the payroll, don't we, Tom?"

Republicans need more reporters on the payroll. They are pretty cheap.

And Republicans must learn to ballot harvest. If Democrats can learn it, we can. The goal should be having the next Republican nominee carry Southside Chicago in a landslide. Gin up West Virginia's voter participation to 90%. Fight fire with water. Go with what works.

39 comments:

  1. This is the same thing they did after stealing the election. They're shoving it in our faces.

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    1. So did you, but I'm glad you admit the steal.

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    2. Take your gaslighting crap somewhere else. You contribute nothing to this site.

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  2. Don presumes Republican'ts actually WANT to win when in many cases they don't. #DitchMitch would rather whine from the sidelines and fundraise off what he would do to fix things if given power than to actually fix them when he IS in power.

    It's called the UNIPARTY for a reason. Trump upset their little scheme which is why BOTH sides of the corrupt Swamp Turkey wanted him gone--and want to destroy him fully as a warning to the next citizen statesman who thinks running for President of the United States is a good idea.

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    1. You realize the real Republicans are the ones that love Trump, right?

      And I see the little You Can't Win you put in.

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    2. You couldn't see your hand if it was right in front of your fat face.

      Trump isn't a Republican, by the way. He just used the Republican Party against itself when it was trying to install JEBurrito. John Boyd would be proud.

      In any event, until RINOs and closet Dims like you are purged, the GOP is a less than ideal tool to achieve the goal of saving this republic.

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    3. "The Republicans aren't the solution to all your problems, but the Democrats are their cause."

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    4. Closet Demo? Shirley, you jest.

      Funny, he ran as a Republican and did more things according to Republican principles than most politicians have done. So I guess he's a Republican.

      You really don't like him, do you?

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    5. The Republican Party is dead. I only support Republicans to stop Demonrats. I supported Trump the moment he announced precisely because he was not of either party. He was a citizen candidate.

      Go sell crazy someplace else, Edweenie, you dipstick.

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    6. Republicans talk big and do nothing. Those are their "principles" and why they are rapidly turning into a lost cause.

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  3. Jake is right. Neither party wants to fix problems. If problems were solved, over time there would be no need for a full time legislature and there wouldn't be any platforms to run on. That's why they had to get rid or President Trump. He was showing that problems could be solved.

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    1. Agree:
      1) Ultrarich can be libs/progs and pay taxes into the government
      2) Underclass subsists on government payouts
      3) Government bureaucrats manage the mess for growth only

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    2. Bingo! No fed agency will ever solve the problem its tasked with. Doing so they'd be working themselves out of their jobs.

      30 years ago the Just Us Department tried to count and categorize the number of federal crimes on the books. They gave up.

      They just didn't want the public to see such a thing. Because they can prosecute anyone for anything the way the regulations are written.

      There is no separation of powers anymore. Congress delegates its legislative functions to the agencies.

      The agencies then hire judges and set up courts without juries. So they write, administer, and judge the law within each agency.

      It will all collapse one day. Fortunately.

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    3. So if you believe in regulatory powers you support Congress delegating its sacred legislative function.

      This belief is how the deep state became so powerful.

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    4. I ran projects and to miss the schedule without just cause was a death sentence and meeting the schedule meant you still had a job and new project to manage. Government does not operate at all in that manner.
      Chicago used to operate that way. While corrupt, stuff got done. Was that worse than what we see today; corrupt and never getting anything done.

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    5. The effect of the Lefties, a lot of professional students who went into politics.

      The old guys came up the hard way, working for the ward heelers. That's why they got Social Security and Medicare to work, but these clowns can't do anything.

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  4. The next Republican president needs to be nice

    Gee I thought the republic ended Jan 20th.

    I'm so glad to hear it didn't!

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  5. Trump is now looking to clean the Republican Party's house ny ushering "uniparty" hacks out of office. The pending retirement of seven GOP senators is an opportunity. Otherwise, Republicans must learn to fight as dirty as the Democrats if only to level the playing field.

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    1. Unfortunately, Trump has backed a few Uniparty RINO types over the years only to be knifed by them. I hope he has learned his lesson on this one. You can't cooperate with these evil swamp rats, you can only defeat them.

      "I would rather have a thousand Demonrats in front of me than a hundred Republican'ts behind me." (With apologies to Patton.)

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    2. We all make mistakes.

      And that Republican't is brought over from Pirate's Cove. You need to cover your tracks better.

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    3. Republican't is hardly trademarked, Edweenie, you dipstick. I've used the term for years on Disqus. Until you started beeping about Pirate Cove nobody here had even heard of it. Go gaslight somewhere else, turd.

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    4. Such fulmination from someone who says he doesn't know me.

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    5. Fulmination? You stumble upon a new word this week?

      Quit projecting your gaslighting bullshit all over the place. I don't know you, Edweenie, and I thank God for it. To know you would mean the loss of a hundred I.Q. points.

      Do us all a favor and go put your head in an oven. Gas or electric, your choice.

      SMH.

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  6. Hunter channels Bill Clinton. It depends what the meaning of is is.

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  7. I wonder if anyone noticed that neither the Delta nor the Coke CEOs are black.

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  8. I wonder if anyone noticed that neither the Delta nor the Coke CEOs are black.

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  9. I wonder if anyone noticed that neither the Delta nor the Coke CEOs are black.

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    1. Neither are; just progressives I guess.

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    2. Is Coke's CEO even an American? That's one hell of an accent.

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  10. We can ballot harvest all we want but if the machines continue to be programmed to cheat, it won’t matter.

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  11. OK, but consider the fact the Ozarks are stuck in their manse in Cappaqua without the slush fund and nobody to talk to but each other.

    Considering they can't stand each other (like most of these Demo partnerships), that might be construed as justice.

    Same for the doofi from DE. Dad is a laughingstock and a fool (if you think that isn't punishment, consider how combative he is toward anybody who challenges him) and Son better stay out of jail 'cause I'll bet he'll run into somebody who'd love to take him apart.

    Our sins do have a way with catching up with us.

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    1. Blah blah blah. More disjointed blathering from the village idiot.

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    2. You sound like you want him to have a good life.

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    3. And you sound like a moron.

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  12. You keep forgetting that it's okay when they do it.

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  13. PS Sonny's blabbing all over the place how he did this and that immoral thing, like it's cool.

    This will catch up with him (what I said above really happens), you can count on it. Just like Dad, he never knows when to shut up.

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  14. Republicans would be charged, convicted, and given long prison sentences if Republicans “learned to ballot harvest” the way Democrats ballot harvest.

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  15. Hunter Biden is a congenital liar. A chip off the old block.

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