Network News Continues Blackout on Hunter Biden’s Laptop

( )- Despite both the New York Times and the Washington Post confirming that the emails contained on Hunter Biden’s abandoned laptop are authentic, the network news blackout continues.

According to the Media Research Center, not only have the networks avoided the abandoned laptop story, Hunter Biden’s name hasn’t been mentioned at all during the nightly news or news programming on NBC, CBS, and ABC in the last 259 days.

MRC’s research director Scott Whitlock analyzed network newscasts for the three outlets as well as programs like “Good Morning America,” and the “Today” show. And the last time Hunter’s name was even uttered on any of the programs was on July 12, 2021.

It’s almost as if the network news outlets know just how damaging the Hunter Biden scandals would be to the Democrat President they’re desperate to protect.

The New York Post first broke the story of Hunter’s abandoned laptop in October 2020 just weeks before the presidential election. Social media censored the story, preventing users from sharing the Post’s report. Twitter even locked the New York Post out of its Twitter account unless the Post agreed to delete the tweets linking to the story.

The rest of the American corporate news media either ignored the Post’s exclusive report entirely or cast doubt on it.

Just days after the Post broke the story, over 50 former Biden supporters intelligence officials signed on to a letter claiming the abandoned laptop had the hallmarks of “Russian disinformation.” And they came to that conclusion without evidence and without examining the contents of Hunter’s laptop.

It was only after the letter that the news media reported on the New York Post story, and only to report that it was “Russian disinformation.”

The Biden campaign played along with candidate Joe Biden repeatedly declaring that the laptop was proven to be Russian disinformation – a claim even the stupid letter didn’t make.

Two weeks ago, the New York Times confirmed that the emails contained on the abandoned laptop were authentic. This week, the Washington Post also admitted what the New York Post had reported all along – the emails were real.

But even after the two major national newspapers confirmed the Post’s reporting, the network news continues to cover it up.