What a time to be in journalism: Between Bobulinski and the Biden corruption scandal, rioting in our cities, a new Supreme Court justice’s first full day, and peace breaking out in the Middle East, has there ever been so much to *not* cover!?!
— Andy McCarthy (@AndrewCMcCarthy) October 28, 2020
Anybody who watched Tucker's interview last night could see that Bobulinski is extremely credible. And he has receipts. This is how Politico is handling the story: pic.twitter.com/0Ye9MJgf9B
— Tom Bevan (@TomBevanRCP) October 28, 2020
AGAIN: The Hunter Biden Scandal Has Exposed The Corporate Press’s Corruption And Condescension. “The idea is to disparage the source of the information rather than grapple with what the information reveals. This of course has been the media’s posture toward the Post’s reporting from the outset: pay no mind to the laptop or the emails, uniformly referred to as ‘documents of questionable provenance,’ because it all came from Rudy Giuliani and Steve Bannon, and they aren’t trustworthy. Real journalists, you see, only investigate and report on information that’s verified and trustworthy — you know, like the Steele dossier.”
Read the whole, damning thing.