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Trump Calls for New Election Immediately, Cites Hunter Biden's Laptop Story
Former President Donald Trump took to social media on Monday to call for an emergency presidential election after the latest developments on the Hunter Biden laptop story.
“This is massive Fraud & ELECTION INTERFERENCE at a level never seen before in our country. REMEDY: Declare the rightful winner or, and this would be the minimal solution, declare the 2020 Election irreparably compromised and have a new election.”
The move came after Mark Zuckerberg, the CEO of Facebook, told podcaster Joe Rogan about how his company handled the Hunter Biden story and its interactions with the FBI.
“Basically, the background here is the FBI basically came to us, some folks on our team, and was like, ‘Hey, just so you know you should be on high alert,’ ” said Zuckerberg. “ ‘We thought there was a lot of Russian propaganda in the 2016 election, we have it on notice that basically there’s about to be some kind of dump that’s similar to that so just be vigilant.’ ”
The New York Post noted that when Rogan asked the tech head if the FBI had told Facebook to “be on guard specifically for our story about Hunter Biden’s laptop, Zuckerberg claimed, rather unconvincingly that he did “not remember . . . specifically” but “it basically fit the pattern.”
Claiming it was a hoax and never existed, The New York Times reported in march that it was able to finally authenticate emails from Hunter Biden found on a laptop just before the 2020 election, but was snuffed out by Big Tech and mainstream media companies.
The Times which supported Joe Biden during the 2020 Presidential Reality Show®, was criticized back then for ignoring the story. The laptop contained emails that allegedly showed Hunter using his father's name to land sweetheart business deals in Ukraine and China.
Biden and his campaign refused to confirm or deny the laptop's existence.
The story was published by the New York Post at a crucial time during the campaign —in October 2020—and some Donald Trump supporters believe the report's banishment at the time was part of a concerted effort to elect Biden.
The New York Post, citing invoices on Hunter's abandoned laptop, reported
that Burisma Energy in Ukraine, paid the Biden boy $1 million a year while his father was vice president—or about $83,333 per month.
The holding company cut his pay in half when his father exited office, the report said. Twitter decided to block the Post’s story—at the height of the election season—due to its “Hacked Material Policy.”
On Sunday, Trump called on FBI agents to stand up to their bosses.
“When are the great Agents, and others, in the FBI going to say ‘we aren’t going to take it anymore,” much as they did when James Comey read off a list of all of Crooked Hillary Clinton’s crimes, only to say that no reasonable prosecutor would prosecute.,” Trump said.
“The wonderful people of the FBI went absolutely “nuts,” so Comey had to backtrack and do a FAKE INVESTIGATION in order to keep them at bay,” he wrote. “The end result, we won in 2016 (and did MUCH better in 2020!). But now the ‘Left’ has lost their minds!!!”
TRENDPOST: It is worth pointing out that the corporate media in the U.S. wrote off The New York Post’s story at the time as "unverifiable" and the product of a "Russian disinformation campaign." Biden, who can barely hide his contempt for Russia, said during a debate that the information was likely produced by “a Russian plant.”
Trump tried to corner Biden during the debate and press him about the laptop, but the former VP said he had 50 former “national intelligence folks… They have said that this has all the characteristics—four, five former heads of the CIA, both parties—say what he’s saying is a bunch of garbage.”
The Wall Street Journal’s Editorial Board pointed out that at least parts of the Post’s story have been corroborated by outside reports, even shortly after their release. (See “BIDEN BANDITS? DIRTY DEALS OR ARE THEY LEGIT?” and “IN WASHINGTON, GOOD NEWS BECOMES BAD NEWS.”)
Tony Bobulinski, Hunter’s former business partner, also went public with documents backing up some of the laptop’s contents. He provided the WSJ with evidence that showed Hunter was attempting to use his relationship with his father, who was vice president at the time, to “profit from a business deal with a Shanghai-based company with ties to the Chinese government.”
Ben Schreckinger, a reporter from Politico, published a book, The Bidens: Inside the First Family’s Fifty-Year Rise to Power, which backs up most of the Post’s reporting on Hunter Biden’s emails with a Ukrainian businessman in a separate instance.
Sen. Ron Johnson, the Republican from Wisconsin, said in an interview Monday that the public should be outraged that it took so long for the laptop story to be considered legitimate news.
“I am just amazed that The New York Times just now came to the conclusion that the Hunter Biden laptop was genuine,” Johnson said in a radio interview.
The New York Post reported that it obtained the “laptop from hell” from Rudy Giuliani, a lawyer for the former president.
Bill Barr, the former U.S. attorney general, told Fox News in an interview Monday that Biden lied when he pointed to a Russian disinformation campaign.
“He’s squarely confronted with the laptop, and he suggested that it was Russian disinformation and pointed to the letter written by some intelligence people that was baseless—which he knew was a lie,” Barr said. “And I was shocked by that.”
TRENDPOST: The Trends Journal had reported extensively on the Biden deals with Ukraine.
Back in 2013, Vice President Joseph Biden’s son, Hunter, and Devon Archer, a partner in Rosemont Capital, a private-equity firm he co-founded with Christopher Heinz, Secretary of State John Kerry’s stepson, were both appointed to the board of directors of Burisma Holding, Ukraine’s top private gas company: “Burisma Holdings reminds me of Exxon in its early days,” Mr. Archer boasted.
How did Hunter Biden and Devon Archer, two members of the White Show Boy Gang, who live over 5,000 miles away and know dick about shit about Ukraine energy, get an allegedly $50,000 a month each to sit on Burisma’s board? Archer was convicted in 2018 in a securities fraud scheme that involved $60 million worth of bonds by the Oglala Sioux Indian tribe.