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Saturday, February 24, 2024

ABC Refuses to Look at Hunter Biden Laptop While Reporting His Claims

'It’s reassuring to see ABC News is still reliably liberal, and Hunter Biden is very fortunate to have ABC News reporter and former Stephen Colbert intern Lucien Bruggeman on his legal team...'

(Dmytro “Henry” AleksandrovHeadline USA) ABC News acknowledged that it refused to review Hunter Biden’s abandoned “Laptop from Hell,” while reporting on it by printing scoops from Hunter’s legal team.

The legacy outlet’s reporter Lucien Bruggeman and a former Stephen Colbert intern admitted in its Friday report on Hunter’s “counterclaims alleging invasion of privacy in response to a defamation lawsuit brought by the Delaware-based computer repairman” that it “has not reviewed nor verified the contents of the laptop or hard drive,” according to Breitbart.

“It’s reassuring to see ABC News is still reliably liberal, and Hunter Biden is very fortunate to have ABC News reporter and former Stephen Colbert intern Lucien Bruggeman on his legal team,” Mike Davis, founder and president of the pro-Trump Article III Project, said.

Even though some media outlets verified that the laptop is authentic, they still refuse to acknowledge that Joe Biden may be implicated in the wrongdoing found on the abandoned laptop, namely, that Joe was a direct beneficiary of Hunter’s deals.

The media even comes as far as to invite people who come from the very institutions that outright lied and misrepresented the laptop and what was on it in the first place.

For example, MSNBC published a column by former FBI assistant director for counterintelligence, Frank Figliuzzi. In his column, Figliuzzi, a former member of the organization that covered up the laptop in 2019 and called it “Russian disinformation,” insisting that there is no incriminating information on Joe on the hard drive, wrote that any focus on Joe’s involvement with Hunter is essentially a fixation of the “far-right,” adding that Hunter’s behavior is a typical thing in Washington D.C.

ABC News’ bias comes after Hunter’s response to a defamation lawsuit brought by John Paul Mac Isaac, the person who found the laptop.

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