Source: Scott Whitlock

Showing that they will never change or truly “turn” on Joe Biden, the networks are ignoring the latest Hunter Biden bombshell and how it might ensnare his president dad. All of this is particularly relevant as questions continue to be raised about Joe Biden’s toughness in questioning China over the origin of COVID. 

Fox News, unlike, ABC, CBS and NBC on Friday, reported on the latest scandal. Here’s Dana Perino on America’s Newsroom: “New e-mails obtained exclusively by Fox Business show Hunter Biden, along with a former aide to then-Vice President Biden invested in Chinese companies with close ties to top officials in the communist government.” 

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She explained: 

Here’s part of an e-mail sent to Hunter in 2015 by a former close adviser to Vice President Biden inviting Hunter to China. Quote, “Bo Zhang and his family would host us. They are a great family with great respect and relationships in China. They are very private and wouldn’t tell anyone about you coming. Bo’s father-in-law is actually the Governor of Hainan Provence, which he doesn’t advertise at all.”

None of the evening newscasts on Thursday or the morning shows on Friday covered this. Here’s how Fox Business broke the story on Thursday: 

As recently as March 2017, Hunter Biden’s private equity firm held a stake in a company run by a Chinese executive with ties to officials at some of the highest levels of the Communist Party of China, according to emails reviewed by FOX Business.

Hunter Biden’s longtime business partner, Eric Schwerin, sent him an email in March 2017 breaking down the ownership interests of Rosemont Seneca Advisors, which included a 5% stake in Harves Amusement Parks and ownership in Harves Sports and Entertainment. 

This has particular relevance as the United States deals with difficult problems related to China, including COVID. On Wednesday at a rare Joe Biden press conference, Steven Nelson from the New York Post asked if Hunter’s connection to communist China was a conflict of interest. 

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