The Art of Evasion: Uncovering New York Times’ Disregard for Joe Biden’s Alleged Corruption

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The House Oversight Committee will conduct a transcribed interview with Devon Archer, Hunter Biden’s former business partner on Monday, July 31. During this interview, it is highly likely that Archer will testify about Joe Biden’s involvement in his son’s business activities. This includes meeting with and communicating with Hunter Biden’s partners and investors.

This testimony will effectively dismantle Joe Biden’s claims of never discussing his son’s business affairs. Additionally, it will bring House Republicans one step closer to pursuing articles of impeachment against President Biden.

If this were to happen, those who rely on the New York Times as their primary news source would be shocked.


Most readers of the New York Times are largely unaware of the accusations against President Biden, such as soliciting bribes from a Ukrainian oligarch and his alleged involvement in Hunter Biden’s questionable business dealings in China, Russia, Ukraine, and other countries. They are also unaware that the Justice Department under Biden’s administration has reportedly interfered with investigations into these matters.

Surprisingly, the “paper of record” has provided minimal coverage of these stories, despite many considering them the biggest political scandal since Watergate.

Congressional investigators have presented substantial evidence, including bank records, witness testimonies, text messages, emails, and whistleblower accounts, indicating that Hunter Biden and other family members received millions of dollars from companies in hostile nations in exchange for access to Joe Biden when he served as Vice President. There is also mounting evidence suggesting that Joe Biden was aware of and participated in these activities, and likely profited directly from them.

Furthermore, a credible long-term FBI informant has documented reports stating that Joe Biden demanded a $5 million payment for himself and another $5 million for his son from the CEO of Burisma, Mykola Zlochevsky, in order to protect him from corruption investigations led by Ukrainian prosecutor Viktor Shokin.

In addition, there have been testimonies, including from IRS whistleblowers, implicating that the FBI and Joe Biden’s Department of Justice obstructed, delayed, and hindered the investigation into Hunter’s potential wrongdoing.


In the print edition of Saturday’s New York Times, there was absolutely no mention of the stunning testimonies delivered during last week’s hearings in the House. Hunter Biden and the bribery accusations were completely ignored. This silence continued in the following Friday, Sunday, and Monday editions as well.

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FILE – The New York Times building in New York City (Fox News Photo/Joshua Comins)

Instead, the top story on the front page of the New York Times focused on the chosen trial date for Donald Trump’s charges of mishandling classified documents. Interestingly, this trial is strategically scheduled during the upcoming election, as Trump is currently leading the race to become the Republican candidate in 2024. Democrats hope that Trump’s legal issues and this trial will interfere with the election.

It comes as no surprise that the Times, along with other liberal media allies, is mostly ignoring a story that has the potential to undermine Biden’s presidency. The liberal media has shielded Biden from various allegations, including those mentioned above, as well as any scrutiny regarding his mental fitness.

In the 2020 campaign, Joe Biden strategically remained in his basement, citing COVID-19 as an excuse to avoid interviews and public appearances that could expose any decline in his capabilities.


In 2024, Democrats and their media allies cannot continue to keep Biden secluded. Instead, their strategy seems to involve distracting the public with a barrage of legal accusations, hearings, and trials that highlight Trump’s alleged misdeeds. However, Democrats may have overplayed their hand with the continuous legal attacks on Donald Trump.

A majority of the country, following the Russiagate scandal, now holds a skeptical view towards accusations against the former president. For example, a Quinnipiac poll showed that 62% of those surveyed believe that the charges against Trump for falsifying business records brought by New York Attorney General Alvin Bragg are politically motivated. Bragg based his 2020 campaign for district attorney on his history of investigating Trump and his eagerness to continue doing so. Even one of his Democratic rivals accused Bragg of using political advantage whenever he attacked Trump.

Furthermore, many Americans see the prosecution of Trump for mishandling classified documents as further proof of political bias within the Biden Department of Justice. While the Times reports on Trump’s document issues, it conveniently ignores the ongoing investigation into Joe Biden’s possession of secret papers.

As the President, Donald Trump had the authority to declassify information, while Joe Biden never possessed that privilege. Additionally, some of Biden’s documents date back to his time in the Senate, and it is illegal to walk out of the Capitol with classified papers.

Special Counsel Jack Smith, who is investigating Trump’s document collection, acted swiftly and has filed 37 charges against the former president. However, Special Counsel Robert Hur, appointed by Attorney General Merrick Garland to investigate Biden’s potential unauthorized removal and retention of classified documents or records, has been silent since his appointment in January.


The more Americans learn about the dishonesty of Joe Biden, his family, his attorney general, and the FBI’s apparent obstruction of investigations into the alleged crimes of the first family, the more outraged they will become. This will only increase their determination to remove Joe Biden from the Oval Office.

And rightfully so.



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