Media Slammed for Ignoring Bombshell Reports of Biden Family Ties to China
Former chief assistant U.S. Attorney blasts Hunter Biden's foreign business deals
The establishment media is facing mounting criticism for choosing to ignore the deepening scandal surrounding Joe Biden's family as bombshell reports continue to expose suspicious foreign dealings.
On Thursday, former chief assistant U.S. Attorney Andrew McCarthy reacted to the lack of media interest in the explosive stories that link Democrat Joe Biden to China, Ukraine, and Russia.
As Neon Nettle previously reported, verified emails show that then-Vice President Joe Biden secretly met with his son’s Chinese, Russian, Ukrainian, and Kazakhstani oligarch business associates in 2015.
McCarthy blasted the actions of Obama's VP, saying, "Hunter Biden’s business is access" to the White House.
During an appearance on "The Story," McCarthy criticized Hunter Biden and his ex-business partner Devon Archer.
Archer was convicted in a federal fraud case in the Southern District of New York.
"These guys were not in business to produce value," McCarthy said.
"They were in business because they were related to or had close relationships to high-ranking people in the United States government and they provided access.
"So I think people ought to be very concerned about this," he continued.
"China is our biggest geopolitical problem.
"How is it that we don’t have a thorough investigation into what the Bidens' financial relationship is with China?
"Which was one of the big issues in the campaign that get swept under the rug," McCarthy noted.
McCarthy agreed, adding, "It should have been a curiosity for American reporters and it should have been a curiosity for American voters."
"The bottom line, and this was completely confirmed by what we learned about Hunter’s laptop, which they never really questioned the authenticity…
"So what you get is every time Barack Obama, as president, puts Joe Biden in charge of American foreign policy, with respect to a country — whether it’s Ukraine or Russia or China — those countries see some reason, who knows why, to pay millions of dollars to Hunter Biden."