Our executive branch has been running a “defend Biden racket” in secret for years. However, the public has only lately — and randomly — learned of the efforts made by federal law enforcement and agency personnel to protect the Biden family’s privacy.
New York Post reported Hunter Biden “presented his dad, then-VP Joe Biden, to an upper executive at a Ukrainian energy company.”
This allegedly happened “just under a year before the old-aged Biden hounded public officials in Ukraine into discharging a prosecutor who was conducting an investigation of the company,” according to the article.
This is the most recent and well-known example of the federal government shielding the Biden family.
Emails and texts found on a laptop Hunter left at a Delaware computer repair shop provided the Post with this information, as well as several others that implicated Joe Biden in a pay-to-play controversy.
Who was in charge of the FBI in those 9 months before the 2020 elections & knew the FBI received Hunter's laptop months before the Presidential debate? 🤔
Who was the AG when officials under him signed the lying letter saying the laptop was Russian propaganda? 😳
BILL BARR? pic.twitter.com/oIe0xLpS4B
— Daniel F. Baranowski (@DFBHarvard) December 12, 2022
The FBI said Facebook “should be on high alert” before the report concerning Joe Biden’s possible participation in his son’s business transactions was published in the New York Post on October 14, 2022.
The FBI warned “we have it on record that essentially there’s going to be some kind of dump comparable to that, so just be alert,” after saying, “we believed there was a lot of Russian disinformation in the 2016 election.”
Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s creator, indicated the company took the warning seriously, taking five to seven days to verify the integrity of the Hunter Biden laptop report after it was first posted by the New York Post on October 14, 2020.
Twitter was also issued a similar warning by federal agencies before the 2020 election, stating officials “anticipated ‘hack and leak efforts’ by state actors may occur in the time just before the 2020 presidential election, possibly in October.”
Yoel Roth, Twitter’s former head of trust and safety, admitted he received suspicions that a hack and leak operation might include Hunter Biden during meetings with national law enforcement organizations.
Twitter files part 3
DNC/CIA/DNI/FBI colluded to interfere in the 2020 elections, censoring conservative voices, Trump, helping Biden.
We, the people, demand arrests NOW!#Treason#ElectionInterference pic.twitter.com/mDBhGNa83N
— One Freedom Echo (@OneFreedomEcho1) December 11, 2022
Twitter’s lawyer wrote to the Federal Election Commission to clarify that the company’s Site Integrity Team initially made the following conclustion:
“The materials might have been acquired through hacking” because of “the prior cautions of a hack and leak activity and misgivings about the pedigree of the materials reissued in the N.Y. Post articles.”
The FBI knew the Hunter Biden laptop was really not part of a “hack and leak activity,” “Russian propaganda,” or “important disinformation,” since it had taken the device from a computer shop in December 2019.
Even yet, the FBI tricked tech companies into silencing a story about a pay-to-play scheme that may have lost Joe Biden the election.This article appeared in NewsHouse and has been published here with permission.