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Kimberley Strassel explains why the WSJ article DOES NOT exonerate Joe Biden

There’s somewhat of a feud going on right now over at the Wall Street Journal between the Opinion section and the News division over the Hunter Biden laptop story.


Kimberley Strassel, who’s covering it in her column, says it’s a big deal:

But the news division’s version is being called a “debunking of WSJ opinion side”:

The news’ article says, “Text messages and emails related to the venture that were provided to the Journal by Mr. Bobulinski…don’t show either Hunter Biden or James Biden discussing a role for Joe Biden in the venture.”


And they’re arguing that Joe Biden’s name doesn’t appear on any of the corporate records (which, it wouldn’t):

Strassel then took to Twitter with this thread to explain why the news article did not debunk the story, at all:



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