Wednesday, October 21, 2020

Gotta Keep Flogging that Bidengate

As promised by Rudy Giuliani, the hole for the Biden's keeps getting a little deeper every day. Yesterday we found out the laptop computer was in the FBI's possession, that the laptops were not part of any Russian operation, and that pictures on the laptop clearly showed Hunter "cavorting" if you know what I mean,  with young girls, and that, in case the FBI couldn't bring themselves to be interested in a little ephebophilia during an election year, Rudy had also delivered copies to the Delaware State police, who would also have jurisdiction. Of course, I have no more confidence in the Delaware police than I do in the FBI, but now that the material is out there, it's going to keep eating at the edges.

Sundance at CTH,  REPORTS: FBI Confirms Custody of Hunter Biden Laptop and Authenticity of Emails…, Zero Hedge, Feds Confirm Biden Emails Are "Authentic"; '50 Former Intel Officials' Wrong On Russian Disinfo  Brian Preston at PJ Media, FBI Has Hunter Biden's Hard Drive, Which May Contain Images of Underage Girls [Updated] Post Millennial, BREAKING: Guiliani turns over Hunter Biden's hard drive to police over photos of underage girls and illicit texts and Beth Bauman at Town Hall, The FBI Learned Quite a Bit Now That Hunter Biden's Alleged Laptop Is In Their Possession and  Here Are Hunter Biden's Alleged Text Messages Giuliani Just Turned Over to the Delaware State Police
She told my therapist I was sexually inappropriate with [name redacted when she says that I face time naked with her and the reason I can't have her out to see me is because I walk around naked smoking crack talking [redacted] girls on face time. When she was present she said that [redacted] never said anything like that but the bottom line is that she I create and caused a very unsafe environment for the kids. If it stopped there I would let it go but then [redacted] friend [redacted] sober coach.
Roger L. Simon at ET think Hunter Biden Was Trying to Tell Us Something, but it's behind a stupid pay wall. But Insty has a big quote
Whether he did it accidentally, on purpose, or (most likely) something in between, when Hunter Biden left a laptop loaded with incriminating evidence about himself and his family, at a computer repair shop in Delaware, he was trying to tell us something.

That something was that his father, aka the “big guy,” who had only days before announced he was running for president, was big trouble.

You don’t have to be Sigmund Freud to figure that out. Nor is it hard to figure out why Hunter might have become an addict and engaged in other self-destructive acts not suitable for a family website but apparently immortalized on the hard drive.

The Joe Biden that is being sold to us ad infinitum as Mr. Just-Plain-Folks-American was not the man his son saw. (This is not to absolve Hunter of responsibility for his actions, but to put them in perspective.)

I don't think Hunter was trying to tell us anything other than that he has no self control. TBP, Democrat Senator Warned In October ’19: ‘Hunter Biden Becomes Hillary’s Emails’ It's not like they didn't know. They just thought they could cover past the election. Breitbart, Joe Biden-Linked Firm Made Major Investments in Chinese Corporations, Joe Biden’s Transition Co-Chair Hosted Hunter Biden-Linked Chinese Elites at Obama White HouseSen. James Lankford: Joe Biden Possible ‘Counterintelligence Risk’ Risk? Hell, he's completely in their pockets. NYPo, Photo shows Joe Biden meeting Hunter’s alleged business partner from Kazakhstan. Hunter is just Joe's bag boy. Fox, House Republicans urge Barr to appoint special counsel to probe alleged Biden revelations.   Matt Palumbo at Bongino, Steve Bannon Tells Maria Bartiromo There’s “Much More” on Hunter Biden Coming Out Before Debate and Sundance at CTH has the video, Steve Bannon Discusses Biden Scandal and Upcoming Debate With Maria Bartiromo…

Axios reports.

I like this quote:

"This gets at the fundamental question that we're facing in 2020 of what is truth, what is information and how does a platform like Twitter or Facebook evaluate truth?" Bryce Webster-Jacobsen of cyber intelligence firm GroupSense tells Axios. "Nudity and terrorism and violence — those are pretty objective measures. Truth is much more subjective."

Axios is sad that  NY Post story goes massive on social media despite crackdown. Rich Lowry at NR writes on The Biden Protection Racket "Joe Biden is the most cosseted presidential candidate in memory."

Jazz Shaw at Hot Air VIP, Former Twitter Exec: Trump Must Be Muted Until After The Election
Charles Lipsom at Discourse discourses on The Need to Know "Recent news about Hunter Biden’s emails puts our country’s institutions in a harsh spotlight"
Right now, the public trust the FBI about as much as they trust Cardinal Bernard Law to investigate sex abuse in Boston. They are just as skeptical about the truthfulness of the president, the House, the Senate, and the two political parties.

This pervasive mistrust is deeply damaging to a democracy. We need sunlight. As we debate the issue of corruption swirling around a presidential candidate, we need to know that we are debating real documents, not disinformation, and we need the freedom to do that openly, without permission from Twitter and Facebook. Our democracy cannot be run by Big Tech hall monitors.

In some amusing Russiagate, Ace has an all caps, bold, red italic font and a pyramid of flaming skulls for REVEALED: THREE FORMER CIA OFFICIALS TELL POLITICO THAT TRUMP MADE THEM DRINK MALT CHOCOLATES AT AN INTEL BRIEFING. Oh my God, that's inhuman. Think of all the carbs!

WaEx, Michael Flynn endorses Doug Collins in Georgia Senate race
"America and the citizens of Georgia need the 'forged by fire' leadership of Doug Collins in the United States Senate," Flynn told Fox News on Tuesday. "As the deep state attacked our very way of life, Doug Collins was willing to stand in the breach, shoulder to shoulder with our president, Donald J. Trump."

Flynn has become a celebrity of sorts for supporters of President Trump and those deeply critical of the criminal investigation into Trump's supposed ties to the Russian government.

Good for him. 

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