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New York Times deceptively alters Hunter Biden quote about Joe’s “financial” involvement in business dealings
By Ethan Huff // Dec 17, 2023

Fake news giant The New York Times has been caught in another lie, this one involving a statement made by Hunter Biden about his father Joe.

In his original statement, Hunter said the following concerning his dad, often referred to as the "big guy:"

"Let me state as clearly as I can: My father was not financially involved in my business."

However, when the Times reported on this statement, the outlet published it like this:

"Let me state as clearly as I can: My father was not involved in my business."

In case you missed it after the first read, the Times removed the word "financially" from Hunter's original statement, this being a major qualifying word that would never have been omitted by a trustworthy and legitimate news source.

(Related: Did you know that Joe Biden is legally disqualified from running for president again in 2024 [though he blatantly stole the last election without consequence].)

Hunter Biden facing contempt of Congress

The issue stems from a subpoena that Hunter thwarted requiring him to testify publicly about his dad's involvement in Hunter's business deals. Hunter ended up refusing to cooperate, which prompted House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer to get into a heated debate with reporters.

"But Chairman Comer, do you acknowledge that you haven't answered that question and that you've found no evidence of wrongdoing or criminal conduct?" asked Washington Post congressional investigations reporter Jacqueline Alemany.

"We've found some very serious evidence that ...," Comer started to respond before Alemany interrupted him to say, "But Joe Biden ..."

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Comer immediately shot back with, "No, no, no, no. The checks. There are two checks to Joe Biden from his brother that the money to give Joe Biden was influence-peddling. One was through – no, you asked a question. No, no, listen."

Alemany then tried to argue with Comer about the nature of one of the checks, which was for $40,000, arguing that it was "law firm money."

"What do you think?" Comer said. "You're defending him. I mean, you're acting as if – are you positive that that money came from Joe Biden? You've raised it. Are you positive? No."

Hunter's legal team set up a podium on Capitol Hill for the First Son to make his case in the court of public opinion instead of appearing in a closed-door deposition set up by House investigators. It was at this podium that Hunter claimed that Joe was not financially involved in his business.

"Not as a practicing lawyer," Hunter proceeded to say. "Not as a board member of Burisma. Not in my partnership with a Chinese private businessman. Not in my investments at home nor abroad, and certainly not as an artist."

Hunter now faces contempt of Congress, just as Comer and House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jim Jordan warned would happen if he skipped out on the closed-door deposition.

When Hunter's attorney, Abbe D. Lowell, demanded that Hunter be allowed to skip the closed-door deposition and issue a statement publicly, Comer and Jordan wrote her a letter containing the following statement:

"Contrary to the assertions in your letter, there is no 'choice' for Mr. Biden to make; the subpoenas compel him to appear for a deposition on December 13. If Mr. Biden does not appear for his deposition on December 13, 2023, the Committees will initiate contempt of Congress proceedings."

"Hunter Biden is trying to play by his own rules instead of following the rules required of everyone else," Comer further stated about the matter. "Our lawfully issued subpoena to Hunter Biden requires him to appear for a deposition on December 13."

More related news about the Biden Crime Family can be found at Treason.news.

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