Conservatives looking to expose the full extent of the Biden family’s corruption have a problem: the scandal might be too big to break.
Typically, there are three main entities involved in taking down a politician over a corruption scandal. First, there is the media, which broadcasts the details of the scandal, eroding public support. Second, there is law enforcement, which investigates and, if necessary, presses criminal charges. Third, there is the party establishment, which ultimately abandons the politician as a matter of self-preservation, signaling that it’s “game over.”
But what happens when a scandal is so big that the people responsible for breaking it are implicated in it as well?
That is the situation which now faces the mainstream media, the federal intelligence bureaucracy, and the Democrat Party. For years, they have all parroted Biden’s lies and created an echo chamber of denial about wrongdoing by the president and his family. Now, with it all beginning to crumple around them, they’re seeing that the downfall of the president spells the end of their own reputations and careers as well.
Motivated by self-preservation and in a desperate effort to sustain Biden politically, then, they are doubling down on their complicity in Biden’s wrongdoing by continuing to try to cover it up. As House Republicans investigating the matter have released one bombshell report after another, the liberal media have simply refused to report it, while top intelligence officials have denied any responsibility and Democrat leaders have claimed the whole thing is a farce. …
The evidence piles up, for example:
Senator Chuck Grassley unveiled new documents appearing to show evidence of $5 million payments to both Joe Biden and his son Hunter from Burisma Holdings, the Ukrainian energy company where Hunter previously held a board seat despite having no experience in the industry.
That same day, two IRS whistleblowers claimed that the Department of Justice and the FBI interfered in the investigation into Hunter’s criminal wrongdoing.
This past week, Joe Biden’s repeated claims that he had “no knowledge” of his son’s business dealings while he was vice president also continued to crumble. Devon Archer, a longtime friend and former business partner of Hunter Biden, is expected to testify this week that he and Hunter repeatedly spoke with then-vice president Biden about their business activity.
In another shocking turn that further shows the panic setting in for team Biden, news broke on Sunday that the Biden Justice Department is pushing for Archer to report to prison for a guilty verdict in an unrelated case, a move Archer’s lawyers say is a clear intimidation tactic. …
Media blackout and diversion:
All of this has the makings of the biggest scandal in U.S. political history. Yet as AMAC Newsline reported last week, less than half of Americans even know about it.
The story is virtually absent from the pages of The Washington Post and The New York Times, while outlets like CNN and MSNBC are engaged in a coordinated reporting blackout. …
Now, the media is desperately trying to distract from the mounting evidence against the Biden family by insisting the whole story is just about a father caring for his drug-addicted son. They know that as soon as the scandal becomes real, they will lose what little credibility they have left. …
The Democratic Party:
Elected Democrats’ involvement in the cover-up runs even deeper. In 2019, they went so far as to impeach President Trump for asking questions about Biden’s corruption. Despite Biden admitting on video in 2018 that years earlier, as vice president, he forced Ukraine to fire a prosecutor investigating his son by threatening to withhold aid, House Democrats charged Trump with abuse of power and obstruction of Congress for asking Ukraine to investigate the matter.
For Democrats, to admit that the Biden corruption case is legitimate is to admit that Trump was right and they were wrong to impeach him. It also means that they are complicit in the same crime they baselessly accused Trump of; namely, abusing their power to try and influence the outcome of the 2020 election, something they ultimately succeeded at.