It has been days since Devon Archer gave his scorching testimony before Congress, but not a single reporter has bothered to ask Joe Biden about the phone calls made with Hunter's business partners.
So, when Fox News' Peter Doocy got the chance, he asked.
The reception from Biden was not warm, to say the least, as Biden snapped, said it was "not true," then stormed away, reported The Hill.
When Doocy posed the question, Biden went right after him, saying, "I never talked business with anybody, and I knew you'd have a lousy question."
When Doocy pushed back about why it was a lousy question, Biden stated, "Because it's not true."
Yet, we have someone under oath, testifying before Congress who said it is true, compared to a habitual liar who says it is not.
Here is the interaction as it happened…
When Jean-Pierre was asked the question, her answer was along the same lines, as the administration is refusing to give any ground.
Gillian Turner asked KJP, "Chairman James Comer today says that the Oversight Committee has evidence that the president in the past communicated directly with foreign business associates of his son Hunter Biden many times. Curious if the White House and the president still stand behind his comment that he's never been involved and has never even spoken to his son about his business?"
KJP shot back, "So, I've been I've been asked this question a million times. The answer is not going to change. The answer remains the same. The president was never in business with his son. I just don't have anything else to add."
The good news for us is that while most regular mainstream networks did not cover the story, of course, The Hill and Newsweek both did, so some liberals are going to start to see this and ask some questions.
Biden is guilty as sin, but he will never be held accountable while he is in office.
This is what makes it all the more important that we win the White House and appoint an Attorney General that will have the guts to investigate this and put Joe in an orange jumpsuit, and let him live out his final days behind bars.
And no, I would not feel bad for him one little bit.