It was not more than a week ago that Presidential candidate Joe Biden’s campaign sent out letters to top executives at major news outlets demanding they stop having Rudy Giuliani appear on their networks for interviews. It was quite obvious that the reason was because Giuliani was discussing Joe Biden and his son Hunter Biden’s dealings in Ukraine and China, information the Bidens clearly did not want to be public.
Today Biden’s beef is with the New York Times. When a Democrat and the New York Times are fighting, you know things are bad. Biden’s deputy campaign manager wrote a letter to the newspaper’s executive editor “blasting the paper’s coverage of the former vice president’s involvement in Ukraine” reports Fox News.
The letter criticized the paper for “giving top billing” to “Clinton Cash” author Peter Schweizer in an op-ed titled, “What Hunter Biden Did Was Legal-That’s the Problem.” Schweizer’s article “asserts Biden was ‘self-dealing’ in Ukraine while Vice President.”
The most exciting detail of the article is the Schweizer admitted “Congress can and should conduct an inquiry to determine whether anything illegal occurred.”
— Peter Schweizer (@peterschweizer) October 9, 2019
Biden’s campaign isn’t just upset about Schweizer’s op-ed. The letter goes on to accuse The Times of “active participation” in a “smear campaign” against Biden. It gets even better, and more aggressive from Biden who doesn’t know what to do when he is not the darling Democrat in the media’s eye. Biden’s campaign also “sent letters to Twitter and Facebook asking them not to run ads from the Trump campaign that promote what it described as conspiracy theories about the Bidens in Ukraine, according to CNN” Fox News reported.
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