NYT Savagely Mocked After Recent Report on Bidens
According to an article published by The New York Times on Monday, they claim that it has “long been known” that Joe Biden has had interactions with his son Hunter’s business partners. This statement has ignited a flurry of ridicule and teasing on various social media platforms, with users sharing their thoughts and opinions on the matter.
According to the NYT report, Hunter Biden’s former business partner, Devon Archer, testified before the House Oversight Committee that Joe Biden was put on speakerphone approximately 20 times during meetings with business associates. These interactions were allegedly aimed at selling the “brand” and creating an illusion of access. This claim directly contradicts Joe Biden’s previous assertions that he had never spoken to his son about his business dealings.
The revelation of these interactions has raised questions about the transparency and honesty of the Biden administration. For years, the White House maintained that Joe Biden had no involvement in his son’s business affairs. However, with Archer’s testimony, it has become evident that these claims were inaccurate.
Critics of the NYT argue that the newspaper has been gaslighting the public by withholding this information for so long. Members of Congress were surprised by the revelation, indicating that even they were unaware of the extent of Joe Biden’s interactions with his son’s business partners.
Chuck Ross, an investigative reporter for the Washington Free Beacon, expressed his astonishment on Twitter, stating that he believed most NYT readers were unaware of this information. Miranda Devine, a columnist for the New York Post, responded by highlighting the irony of the situation, as the NYT had defended Joe Biden’s claims for years, only to now present the information as old news.
— Chuck Ross (@ChuckRossDC) August 1, 2023
“This takes the cake! Something Joe Biden denied for three years and the NYT defended him on. Now it’s old news. You have to laugh.” – Miranda Devine
The fact that the NYT acknowledged that it has “long been known” that Biden had exchanges with his son’s business partners has left many questioning the newspaper’s credibility and objectivity. Christina Pushaw, the rapid response director for Florida Republican Governor Ron DeSantis’s 2024 presidential campaign, sarcastically responded to the NYT’s admission, suggesting that the newspaper was attempting to downplay the significance of the information.
“‘It has long been known. We just hid it from you.'” – Christina Pushaw
The House Judiciary Committee GOP joined in the mockery by sharing a meme of people moving a soccer goalpost, symbolizing the shifting narrative surrounding Joe Biden’s involvement in his son’s business dealings.
Republican operative Matt Whitlock pointed out the progression of Joe Biden’s claims over time, emphasizing the contradiction between his initial denial of any involvement and the subsequent revelation that he did, in fact, engage with Hunter’s business partners.
“1. Joe has never spoken to his son about his business dealings 2. Joe has never spoken to Hunter’s business partners 3. We all have known all along that Joe spoke to his son’s business partners.. duh.” – Matt Whitlock
The NYT’s acknowledgment of Joe Biden’s interactions with his son’s business partners has raised significant concerns about the transparency and honesty of the Biden administration. The fact that the newspaper admitted to withholding this information for so long has further eroded trust in mainstream media outlets.
This revelation also raises questions about potential conflicts of interest and whether Joe Biden used his position as vice president to benefit his son’s business ventures. The Biden administration has faced scrutiny over ethical concerns surrounding Hunter Biden’s business dealings, and this latest revelation only adds fuel to the fire.