The Biden campaign got thrown a curveball in the form of Hunter Biden’s emails.
With help from the media (and social media), they have been trying to cover up the impending scandal.
They don’t want to even talk about it, even though it might implicate their candidate.
Biden himself has blown off questions or just ran away from reporters.
But one Biden surrogate got a lot of pressure from Fox News—and it looks like she buckled with an admission:
Biden campaign surrogate Jenna Arnold repeatedly refused to deny the authenticity of the alleged Hunter Biden emails reported by the New York Post when asked by Fox News’ Leland Vittert, responding instead, “I don’t think anybody is saying they are inauthentic.”
A Biden campaigner admitted to Fox News that they cannot deny the authenticity of the emails.
She said—in so many words—that nobody on his campaign is saying they are “inauthentic.” Which almost sounds like she is admitting they are real, right?
The contents of the laptop range from shocking to downright disturbing. Many are beginning to wonder what Joe Biden has been up to since being vice president.
Some of the emails suggest Biden lied when he said he didn’t know anything about Hunter’s business.
In fact, one email reveals Biden met with one of Hunter’s bosses.
Another email might have implicated Joe in a major act of wrongdoing.
The documents have yet to be verified, but it’s not hard to say Americans want answers.
If the emails are fake, why not say so? If they are real, then we need to know for sure.
As Biden’s team continues to waffle, we get closer and closer to the election.
But beyond the election, the alleged emails warrant something much more serious.
The DOJ and FBI should be looking into them. They should find out just what Joe and Hunter were up to, if they were up to anything.
- A Biden campaign surrogate admitted nobody is saying the Hunter emails are “inauthentic.”
- The campaign continues to refuse to discuss the bombshell scandal.
- Some of the emails implicate Hunter and Joe over a number of wrongdoings.