Media acknowledges Hunter Biden's email that says he paid his dad half his salary

 September 30, 2023

Most of the mainstream media continues to run cover for President Joe Biden and his connection to Hunter Biden's business dealings, although it's becoming increasingly difficult for them to continue the charade.

According to Breitbart, during a recent broadcast of MSNBC’s Chris Jansing Reports, NBC News justice and intelligence correspondent Ken Dilanian acknowledged that a past email indicated that Hunter Biden said he gave half of his salary to his father.

Dilanian also said, "that’s never been explained," but quickly added that there's "no hard evidence that Joe Biden ever profited from any of this, that any of the money ever went to him."

Clearly, Dilanian, like others in his world, are lying to themselves and the public, as several Republican-led House committees continue to turn up mountains of evidence to the contrary.

Of course, with Biden's fledgling reelection campaign struggling to gain any ground, whatsoever, they have to be careful how far they go in admitting the truth.

He continued, touching on last week's kick-off of the House impeachment inquiry into the elder Biden's involvement with his son's shady business dealings.

"I think that Turley sound really captured the tenor of all three of the Republican witnesses. Which — they came to the hearing to basically say, look, there’s a lot of troubling behavior here, a lot of smoke. Hunter Biden was paid millions of dollars, including by foreign business entities," the NBC correspondent said.

Dilanian added, "There’s an email where he says, I had to give half my salary to pop, that’s never been explained, but there’s no evidence beyond that smoke that leads to President Biden, and even those witnesses had to acknowledge that there isn’t, what they say is this should be investigated."

Breitbart noted:

He added that while Democrats “acknowledge that Hunter Biden was essentially trading on what they call the illusion of access to his father, and he was paid millions of dollars, and there are shell companies, and there’s a lot of troubling evidence and paper trails,” there’s “no hard evidence that Joe Biden ever profited from any of this, that any of the money ever went to him.”

While most of the media continue to work overtime to cover for Biden and his family as evidence mounts against them, House Democrats were up to their usual tricks during the impeachment inquiry against President Biden.

Fox News reported that they repeatedly attempted to make the inquiry about Donald Trump, as they do virtually every other issue.

Democrats tried to argue that the impeachment inquiry was unnecessary, and only a result of "pressure" from President Trump.

"President Trump has gone on his social media account and said we should be impeaching President Biden," said Rep. Jamie Raskin (D-MD), in his opening statement last week.

He added, "Kevin McCarthy said we have an impeachment inquiry. You draw the conclusion. Directly or indirectly, this impeachment inquiry was a result of President Trump's pressure."