The Times, for example, won a Pulitzer for its reporting on the Russia story, which turned out to be a dirty trick concocted by Hillary Clinton and weaponized by the Obama-Biden administration. As such, it was a “Scoop” worthy of the Evelyn Waugh novel of the same name.
Yet the Times has never admitted its Russia error or turned its reporters loose to reveal the truth of the Clinton role and that of the Obama-Biden White House.
Nor has it exhibited much curiosity about the full extent of the Biden family’s foreign entanglements and whether the president of the United States has been compromised by secret deals. This lack of curiosity comes despite the fact that Tony Bobulinski, the former naval officer who was the CEO of the Biden’s joint venture with a Chinese conglomerate, has said publicly that Joe was the “big guy” set to receive a secret 10 percent stake in the venture.
He told the same thing and more to the FBI, which has had Hunter Biden’s laptop for two years. Where are the leaks about the investigation? Where are the investigative reporters uncovering hidden details?