In September of 2020, NPR accused Steve Bannon and Rudy Giuliani of colluding with the Russians and Rupert Murdoch to fake the Hunter Biden laptop story. That was followed just a few weeks later by NBC discrediting a story from March of 2020 that Hunter Biden was also involved with back door deals to sell access to then Vice-President Biden to foreign governments, including the Chinese.
During the Presidential debates that year, then candidate Biden accused President Trump of colluding with a foreign government, the Russians, to discredit him. The CIA and FBI backed Biden up on this, followed by CNN. It came to be that the discussion of the material was shut down by Twitter and Facebook, which effectively banned the story from public political discourse.
As a result of these accusations, Rudy Giuliani was disbarred by the New York Bar.
Not only does it appear that the entire story was true, but it also appears that the news media and social media companies were actively working at the behest of the FBI and the CIA to change the outcome of the 2020 election. These companies included the New York Post, NBC, CNN, CBS, Twitter, and Facebook. At this point, we can assume that the entire election was engineered and manipulated by government intelligence agencies, and so is social media. None of it can be trusted. It isn’t new that the press has put their thumb on the political scales. What is truly concerning is that branches of the government itself are consolidating power.
As I pointed out in December of 2020 over at Joe Huffman’s place, our nation was the target of a coup. A prominent blogger laughed it off and mocked me for it. It’s clear that this was indeed the case. So now the question rears its head: What do we do about it? What CAN we do about it?
Let’s hope that history has a happy ending in this case.