The White House Is Asked About Hunter Biden’s Laptop and Jen Psaki Can’t Help but Lie

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If there is anything the White House has wanted to avoid for the last 11 months, it has been addressing the scandal behind Hunter Biden’s laptop. As you may remember, Hunter Biden’s laptop fell into the hands of a repairman, who had been brought the device by the younger Biden. The laptop and its contents have found their way into the hands of right-wing personalities as well as federal investigators. Much of the contents included questionable photos of the President’s son, engaging in activity that is unbecoming of the progeny of the most powerful man in the world, from drug use to sexual activity with prostitutes.

Nevermind that the left had constantly harped against Trump’s kids, suggesting any time that the Trump’s had a spike of energy, they were using cocaine, or that any list of normal foreign business conducted by a multi-national firm like the Trump Organization, was the manifestation of their fears of selling the influence of their President-father. Hunter’s provable attempts to sell his father’s influence as Vice President earned the otherwise unemployable wreck of a man, multi-million and multi-billion dollar contracts for which he was woefully and completely unqualified. Even back until last October, now RedState Managing Editor Jennifer Van Laar and I wrote numerous pieces in which we detailed the times which Hunter Biden abused his father’s influence to engage in business in China that enriched him, yet our factual and sourced pieces were labeled as “pizzagate conspiracy” by people within the lame-stream media.

Yesterday, during a White House Press Conference, Jen Psaki fielded a question from a reporter, on whom she immediately regretted calling.

“Thanks, Jen. The Biden Administration put out a big report about addressing corruption. I wanted to ask you two quick and hopefully pretty easy questions about that. Shortly after Biden’s virtual meeting with the Chinese President, the First Son’s attorney said that he has finally divested from a Chinese investment fund, controlled by state-owned entities. I was hoping you could commit to basic transparency about that transaction including the name of the buyer, the dollar amount, and the timing? And my second question my colleague Miranda Divine has a new book out called The Laptop From Hell, and I was hoping you could confirm that the laptop is indeed authentic and not Russian disinformation as you seemed to suggest on Twitter last year.”

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