Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe says that Hunter Biden’s recovered laptop and emails are not part of some Russian disinformation campaign
“The corporate media has refused to cover the substance of the New York Post’s bombshell reporting on Hunter Biden’s recovered laptop and emails; not because there’s nothing to the story or because the emails are fake, but because the story itself is, on its face, harmful to Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden.
That’s not to say news outlets haven’t been writing about the Post’s reporting.
They’ve simply decided to cover the meta-narrative—the story about the story—while studiously ignoring what Hunter Biden’s emails reveal about his family’s overseas business dealings and influence-peddling” the Federalist reports.
What they didn’t report on is the obvious thing the emails reveal: Hunter Biden was trading on his family name overseas, and Joe Biden, despite his many denials, seems to have been aware of this and might have even been a part of it.
Democrats, and Left-winged activists, including the Biden/Harris backing mainstream media, were quick to falsely claim that the Biden stories concerning these alleged corrupt and dealings were the product of Russian influence.
On this bogus reporting, the Federalist noted, “Even more embarrassing have been outlets like CNN and USA Today, which, citing unnamed sources, breathlessly speculated that the FBI was investigating whether the emails were a possible “disinformation campaign” originating from—where else?—Moscow. (Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe on Monday laid these feverish rumors to rest, saying the recovered laptop and emails are ‘not part of some Russian disinformation campaign.’)”