Thoughts on Hunter & Joe Biden Ukranian / Chinese influence controversy?
I would imagine most Trump voters are probably following this closely after this past week's slow roll releases. I'd be very interested in hearing from the Biden, Libertarian/Independent, or undecided/non-voters. Please share any sources doing an in-depth covering while providing commentary or a good source for counter evidence beyond chalking it up to more "secret Russia manipulation." The Russia-gate card has been put through the shredder twice now so let's just move along. The scariest thing was the response from the media + Facebook and Twitter when the story broke. Immediately blocking both the NYPost and official government websites/accounts that were discussing the story in a news expose / investigation context on the grounds of unsubstantiated "hacked content." This when they've been running with numerous stories (like Trump's tax returns) that included data illicitly obtained by their own self-made definitions.
All I've seen so far just seems suuuuus as hell. The morning this all broke Hunter's lawyer contacted the shop owner asking for the hard drive back, confirming its existence. Watching Biden's entire town hall live I was shocked there wasn't a single question asking about it. When his campaign was finally asked specifically about meeting with the Burisma exec, we get this:
"We have reviewed Joe Biden's official schedules from the time and no meeting, as alleged by the New York Post, ever took place," said Biden campaign spokesman Andrew Bates in a statement.
Biden's campaign would not rule out the possibility that the former VP had some kind of informal interaction with Pozharskyi, which wouldn't appear on Biden's official schedule. But they said any encounter would have been cursory.
When he was finally asked about it to his face, we get Biden Slams CBS Reporter For Asking About The Hunter Biden Scandal. This is way bigger than the court packing issue so this isn't something he'll just get to keep refusing to give an answer on "until after the election." I mean, come on man.
Giuliani is far from perfect. He's definitely a crazy old man. But aside from being the NYC Mayor during 9/11, we should at the very least recognize he was without a doubt one of the best mod-busters of the 80s. If there's only one thing that this man has ever done well, it's identify and help prosecute crime families.
If we can all admit Trump is an overly boisterous, egotistical man-child whose personality is utterly unbecoming for the office. That many of his methods are crude, in some cases completely ineffective, and we share a nearly universal hate of his affinity for Twitter. Can we also admit a broken clock can be right twice a day?
The guy who's been in Politics for ~50 years and literally runs campaign ads about how he was average middle class but is now a multi-millionaire is probably more politically dirty than the guy that's been in the game for less than 4 years. It's pretty clear who the institutions prefer, which I would think anyone that truly believes the big bad Wall Street and other institutions are the problem should be a bit dissuaded by. This whole thing when we look back at the Ukrainian aid and fired prosecutor who has previously sworn he was looking into political corruption with Busirma is more relevant now. Especially when that was the original defense used vs the media parade of an impeachment scandal. This final debate is going to be JUICY.