MSM Tries To Cover Up Their Own Biden Censorship

On Monday, law professor Jonathan Turley suggested that the Democrats and the corporate news media are running out of “maneuvering room” to avoid discussing Hunter Biden’s foreign business deals and the president’s involvement, the Daily Caller reported.

While appearing on Fox News’s “America Reports” with co-host John Roberts, the George Washington University professor said he believes that there is a “panic setting in the media” as they seek to move on from the story rather than “recognize one of the most significant corruption scandals in modern history” that the media had a hand in suppressing.

Turley said while the media might want “to move on” from the scandal, “that’s just not going to happen.”

Citing the mounting evidence against the Biden family, Turley pointed out that in last week’s testimony from IRS whistleblowers Gary Shapley and Joseph Ziegler, Democrat lawmakers “asked very little about their specific allegations.”

And when Democrat Rep. Dan Goldman did try to press the witnesses, “he ended up demolishing” President Biden’s defense “in less than 5 minutes.” Turley added that Goldman managed to get the whistleblower to confirm that Joe Biden did discuss Hunter’s business dealings with his son.

Turley also said it was “really troubling” that the president’s denials not only happened when he was running for president but continued after he took office.

Earlier this month, Senator Chuck Grassley (R-IA) released the redacted copy of the FBI’s FD-1023 memo detailing a confidential informant’s allegations about the bribery scheme involving then-Vice President Joe Biden and the owner of Ukrainian gas company Burisma Holdings.

According to the memo, Burisma owner Mykola Zlochevsky told an FBI confidential source in 2016 that he paid $5 million each to Joe Biden and his son Hunter.

Zlochevsky told the informant that he was “coerced into paying the Bidens” in exchange for then-Vice President Biden ensuring that former Ukrainian Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin was fired.

Echoing previous remarks by Senator Ted Cruz, Turley told Roberts that bribery is one of the specific crimes mentioned in the impeachment clause of the Constitution.

He added that seeing the word “bribery” linked to a sitting president “raises very serious implications.”