For the last two years, the media have refused to do any kind of real, hard-hitting journalism into the Biden family’s corruption. But now, suddenly, they have rediscovered that journalistic spirit and are willing to ask tough questions. Karine Jean-Pierre looked like she was sitting in a pool of piranhas as hungry journalists continued to pile onto her, while she was left speechless. Things are only getting worse for the Biden family. On Thursday, the House Ways and Means Committee revealed a text that Hunter Biden had reportedly sent to a Chinese official while his father was vice president. In the text, Hunter Biden seemingly threatened to use his father’s influence unless the Chinese officials did what he wanted and gave him money. The text also said that the then-vice president was sitting in the room with his son, throwing into doubt the claims that Joe Biden was not involved in his son’s business dealings. On Friday, Newsmax reporter James Rosen asked Biden spokesman John Kirby about the implications of the text and Kirby refused to comment. When other journalists then chimed in, Kirby doubled down on his refusal and walked away.
Reporters demand answers regarding Biden’s knowledge of his son’s overseas business dealings.Karine Jean-Pierre: 🤐pic.twitter.com/QwTOuBBDdF — The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) June 23, 2023
The fact of the matter is, it is becoming harder for the Biden administration to hide from the allegations surrounding the president’s involvement in his son’s questionable business dealings, as even the leftist media are starting to take notice. Biden seems to be losing the support of the media on this issue, and it may be impossible for his reputation to recover from this. This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.
White House briefing: James Rosen asks Biden spokesman John Kirby about the explosive whistleblower allegations in the Hunter Biden criminal investigation.Kirby refuses to comment and walks out of the room. pic.twitter.com/S6nerbrg7x — AlphaFox (@Alphafox78) June 23, 2023