Psaki Flees When Aked Why she called Hunter Biden Laptop Story 'Russian Disinfo'
WH Press secretary bolts when asked about her remarks
White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki fled the podium when a reporter asked about her tweets referring to the explosive Hunter Biden laptop story as "Russian disinformation."
Shortly before the election, the New York Post published contents of Hunter Biden's abandoned laptop which revealed shady business dealings.
Joe Biden, or "The Big Guy" as he's referred to in messages, used his son as "bagman" and skimmed 10% off the top.
The story was pummeled by Big Tech, as both Twitter and Facebook drastically reduced distribution and blocked it from being shared.
In 2020, Psaki, along with the other Democrats, called the story "Russian disinformation."
Hunter Biden story is Russian disinfo, dozens of former intel officials say https://t.co/zRdHxTxVsl— Jen Psaki (@jrpsaki) October 20, 2020
But almost a year later, Politico admitted contents of Hunter Biden's laptop are indeed authentic.
Many conservative sites contained emails from the hard drive nearly a year ago, but now the establishment media are only just catching up.
Either that or the delay of proper reporting was deliberate in order to make sure Biden won.
Earlier this month, Neon Nettle reported the New York Times deleted its article claiming that the New York Post story on Hunter Biden's business dealings was "unsubstantiated."
The outlet reported on a Federal Election Commission decision that dismissed a Republican complaint that violated election laws by blocking the story from being shared.
Hours later, the New York Times publishes an update to an article that removes the word "unsubstantiated" when talking about a New York Post article on Hunter Biden that was the subject of an FEC complainthttps://t.co/0SmUyIdP70 pic.twitter.com/FD7EpAEP3O— Daniel Chaitin (@danielchaitin7) September 13, 2021
The New York Times post on the report read:
"The Federal Election Commission has dismissed Republican accusations that Twitter violated election laws in October by blocking people from posting links to an unsubstantiated New York Post article about Joseph R. Biden Jr.'s son Hunter Biden."
The New York Times article was later altered, with no note from the editor.
The rewrite of the article is substantial when compared to the original version.