The Hunter Biden laptop story, published just prior to the 2020 election, was immediately denounced by mainstream media, removed from social media, and labeled as false by so-called fact checkers. Nearly a year later, the story turns out to be true. Joining us today to talk about it is Adam Guillette (aim.org), President of Accuracy in Media. He describes the typical media two-step: deny deny deny and then when the story is no longer politically relevant, fess up to the truth. According to the powers that be, a story isn't true until they want it to be. So if the media gets things wrong so often and is not trustworthy, why is Congress now ready to bail them out? It's one for the 'believe-it-or-not' files!
We've heard stories for months about Hunter Biden and Burisma and possible corruption while Joe Biden was Vice President. Now a new set of stories are out about Hunter Biden's laptop and further data that could point to widespread corruption. What does it all mean? Back with us today is Reuben Johnson, military expert based in Kiev, Ukraine. He looks at how biased the media is in favor of the democrats and how differently they covered the Steel dossier story. Members of the Obama administration were in on the Trump persecution as well in 2016. He covers how Russia and Eastern European politics work and how that part of the world views the laptop corruption controversy.