Even the New York Times is finally admitting it:
Hunter Biden needs to be investigated.
When that happens, you know things have gotten bad for the Biden family.
Columnist Thomas Friedman recently appeared on CNBC’s “Squawk Box.”
While there, host Joe Kernen has a question for Friedman:
“In your view, would you say there’s been a reluctance for major media outlets to pursue that story and is that OK, do you think? …Do you feel it’s important that we follow the evidence here to see where it all leads, whether the president’s son benefitted from influence peddling or whether even the president himself may have benefitted, President Biden himself, from influence peddling? Is it a story?”
“Absolutely,” Friedman said. “You pursue these stories unto their innermost parts. I know The New York Times felt it didn’t pursue it originally as much as it wanted to; then it followed up, as I recall. I’m not an expert on the story, but, yeah, I’m all for getting to the truth wherever it leads.”
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