Helping Hand



Hunter Biden, influence peddler  extraordinaire, had an interview on ABC in which ABC attempted to help him out:


Former Vice President Joe Biden’s 49-year-old son did himself no favors with his national TV debut Tuesday on ABC so I could understand why the network might have felt the need to lend him a helping hand.

During the interview, conducted by ABC’s Amy Robach, who swore at the beginning that “no questions were off limits,” Biden was asked about his bizarre and very lucrative position on the board of a Ukranian gas company that coincided with his father’s political engagement with the country.

“You didn’t have any extensive knowledge about natural gas or Ukraine itself, though,” said Roach.

Biden replied, “Uh, no, but I think I had as much knowledge as anybody else that was on the board, if not more.”

At the very end of that answer, a woman can be heard off camera saying “sorry” before there’s a hard edit and a new line of questioning starts: “In the list that you gave me of the reasons why you’re on that board, you did not list that you are the son of the Vice President.”

See it happen for yourself at the 2:37 mark here.

Go here to read the rest.  If this is the best the Biden campaign can do, they are dead campaign walking.  As I have noted before, if we had anything approaching a fair media in this country, the Democrat party would long ago have been out of business.



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  1. ABC News is ABC Propaganda. It’s been that way for a very long time. In fact, these people can’t even be parodied any longer because anything I hear about them is believable.

  2. Archie Bunker for President.
    ( I had the tee shirt )

    All in the Family.

    Archie called his son Meathead.
    In Biden’s case Meathead #1 would be Joe. We are watching what happens when an unrepentant Catholic is receiving the Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity of Christ. Catholic politicians who support abortion are better off becoming Protestants than pretending to be a Catholics in good standing.

    Conflict of interest is lost in Left field.

  3. “Catholic politicians who support abortion are better off becoming Protestants than pretending to be a Catholics in good standing.”

    By their own actions they already mimic protestants. A Catholic, good or bad is still a Catholic and still part of the Body of Christ in need of our prayers. Catholic public figures have a greater responsibility because of their position in life and in swaying the faith of those they represent. Those(bishops) who have the authority to publicly reprimand Catholic politicians and don’t, share in the politicians culpability just as a Catholic layman who does not reprove a Catholic brother or sister whose soul is in danger and just keeps quiet so as to not cause any waves.

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