Other than the New York Times, there's one or two main culprits that allowed Hunter Biden's disgusting laptop story to remain invalidated for YEARS too long:
Specifically, Facebook and Twitter.
Instead of doing everything they could to make sure that their users were receiving accurate information about Hunter Biden's scandal, they deleted related content indiscriminately - even if the posts were true.
Hunter Biden's former associate is claiming that he would have corroborated the stories against Hunter within "five minutes" had Facebook or Twitter asked him if the claims were true.
But Facebook and Twitter didn't want the claims to be true, so they never investigated. They simply deleted.
Bobulinski recently sat down with Tucker Carlson and gave his side of the story:
"When The New York Post ran their article, an individual named Andy Stone stepped in. … And throttled down the fact pattern. The interesting thing with that, Tucker, is Andy Stone never reached out to me. He never called my lawyers. My email address was there. I’m easy to get ahold of. Facebook never reached out to me and said, hey, Tony we see this email that The New York Post just published to you, is it real? Can you produce the email to us? Within five minutes, if Twitter, Facebook, anybody else had reached out, I would have produced the email with — everyone wants to talk about the metadata, oh, the emails that are being produced don’t have any metadata — I would have given them the metadata that’s pages long on that email that The New York Post published."
So Bobulinski's contact info was listed among the documents that these social media giants had, and NEITHER reached out to see if the claims were true?
Of course they didn't. They didn't want to.
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