This week the New York Times finally reported that a story about Hunter Biden’s laptop computer (and its contents) that initially got the New York Post’s Twitter account locked for spreading “disinformation” was indeed factual. The presidential election was well over a year ago so apparently now is a relatively safe time for other outlets to do some journalism.
Ahead of the 2020 presidential election, the Biden campaign knew they could count on CNN to help keep the “disinformation” narrative going. Tom Elliott reminded everybody about a previous supercut that is worth revisiting in light of the story in the NY Times yesterday:
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) March 17, 2022
CNN on Hunter Biden: Nothing to see here, move along! pic.twitter.com/4ZAJd2lBOt
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) October 14, 2021
The Democrats know that when they need some help with any narrative, CNN will be there will bells on!
This is the media circling the wagons to protect Democrats.
Clear as day. https://t.co/0XR3VsKxxe
— Fusilli Spock (@awstar11) March 17, 2022
Everyone should listen to this https://t.co/9R9eQdsQcT
— Cardesi (@Cardesi5) March 18, 2022
Do they even wonder a little bit why people don’t trust msm anymore? Or why their ratings are in the dumpster? 😂 https://t.co/ObLkSbdLYF
— 🦠 VARIANT OF CONCERN 🦠 (@mmercer01) March 17, 2022
Not surprisingly, CNN’s “Reliable Sources” media newsletter on Friday makes no mention of the NY Times report confirming the Hunter Biden laptop story is factual.