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Jim Jordan: ‘Something Is Up’ With Media Tone-Shift On Hunter Biden Story

'Well, Joe had something to do with it, but he really didn't do anything wrong... '

(Headline USA) Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, said he thinks “something is up” with the media’s shift in tone regarding Hunter Biden and the federal investigation into his finances.

Referring to multiple mainstream reports confirming the legitimacy of Hunter Biden’s abandoned laptop, the contents of which were first reported in October 2020, Jordan said that it “sure seems” like the media are preparing for an indictment of Hunter Biden.

“You mentioned those two stories from the Washington Post 10 days ago,” he told Fox News host Maria Bartiromo. “I understand they were four minutes apart. One was at 11:00. One was at 11:04.

“So two eight-page-long stories four minutes apart from the news organization that said 18 months ago there was no story here, this was Russian disinformation. That tells you something is up. You don’t see the Washington Post do that.”

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Jordan said it is “interesting” how the “story has evolved” in recent weeks, especially as suspicions rise that President Joe Biden himself might be drawn into the investigation.

“Remember, it started off as, ‘Oh, it wasn’t his laptop.’ Then it was, ‘Well, it was his laptop, but it was Russian disinformation.'” Jordan said.

“Now it’s, ‘No, it wasn’t Russian disinformation, but Joe had nothing to do with it. And now, finally, it is, ‘Well, Joe had something to do with it, but he really didn’t do anything wrong’ … So, my how this story has changed.”

Jordan isn’t the only one predicting that Hunter Biden might be indicted. Author Peter Schweizer said last month that changing reports indicate that Democrats are “extremely concerned he’s going to be indicted.”

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