Here We Go: Russia Hoax, 2020 Version Launched Following Release Of Hunter-Burisma Emails

(Tea Party 247) – This week, a massive October surprise was dropped on the Biden campaign.

Explosive emails shared with the New York Post revealed that, contrary to what he has claimed in the past, Joe Biden did discuss his son’s business dealings in Ukraine with him—in fact, he appears to have met Hunter Biden’s Ukrainian business partner in 2015.

This is a pretty big deal considering it’s already highly suspicious that Hunter was serving on the board of Burisma Holdings at the time that the company was lobbying the US State Department to help them fend off a corruption investigation.

Hunter was earning millions without any knowledge or expertise while his father was Vice President.

Totally not suspicious.

So, you’d think that authorities would be pretty concerned about the appearance of very serious crimes on the part of the former Vice President, right?

You’d think.

No, instead, they are investigating the emails themselves, rather than what they reveal.

NBC News reported late this week that authorities are looking into whether the emails “are linked to a foreign intelligence operation,” according to NBC News.

Yup, here we go.

Russia Hoax 2.0.

“U.S. intelligence agencies warned the White House last year that President Trump’s personal lawyer Rudolph W. Giuliani was the target of an influence operation by Russian intelligence, according to four former officials familiar with the matter,” The Washington Post reported Thursday.

Their sources? Anonymous. Yet again.

Right, but it’s the source of these explosive emails that we should be concerned about. *Eye roll*

“The intelligence raised concerns that Giuliani was being used to feed Russian misinformation to the president. … The warnings to the White House, which have not previously been reported, led national security adviser Robert O’Brien to caution Trump in a private conversation that any information Giuliani brought back from Ukraine should be considered contaminated by Russia, one of the former officials said.”

Rudy Giuliani is the source who was contacted by the computer repair shop owner who made the startling discovery when someone dropped a laptop off at his establishment.

He had turned the information over to the FBI, but they never followed up, causing him to believe that they were engaged in a cover-up.

Giuliani turned over the copy of the hard drive to the New York Post last week.

So this computer repair shop owner is, what? A Russian operative?

Yes, that’s believable.

The hard drive, by the way, contains photos of Hunter Biden smoking crack and engaged in a sex act, by some accounts, even pedophilia.

Above image credit: New York Post

Nothing to see here, apparently.

“Some have speculated that the material could have been hacked from Hunter Biden’s accounts and put on the laptop as a cover story to offer a plausible explanation of how the material became public,” NBC Noted. “In January, it was reported that Burisma’s networks had been breached by Russian hackers.”

If it’s true that it was Russian operatives, in fact, who obtained this data, then it would support their veracity.


So why are so many on the left claiming that they’re fake?

Wherever these emails came from, isn’t it important that, as Sen. Ted Cruz explained in a press conference on Thursday, that the “Biden family received millions of dollars from Communist China government officials”?

Video: Smoking-gun email reveals how Hunter Biden introduced Ukrainian businessman to dad

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