A reporter in swing-state Nevada says she was only allowed to ask Joe Biden two questions before being rudely cut off by his handlers after a five-minute interview.
“I had a list of questions for the interview, but I was cut off after only two questions,” said Vanessa Murphy of KLAS-TV in Las Vegas. “I was only given about five minutes with the Democratic presidential candidate, even with Nevada being a swing state. Biden apologized, but his campaign ended the Zoom interview.”
The two questions that Murphy was allowed to ask centered on the coronavirus.
Biden’s campaign strategy has been to talk nonstop about the COVID epidemic and to blame President Trump for the outbreak and accompanying unemployment numbers, even though shutdowns by Democrat governors and mayors have caused local economies to tumble.
A Nevada reporter says she was only allowed to ask Joe Biden TWO questions before his handlers abruptly cut off the zoom call.
Joe Biden is terrified of being asked about Tony Bobulinski and the Biden family’s Chinese pay-to-play scandal. pic.twitter.com/5fY7f5ztUR
— Trump War Room – Text TRUMP to 88022 (@TrumpWarRoom) October 29, 2020
Below is the Zoom interview with Biden. The video does not show reporter Vanessa Murphy being rudely cut off after asking two questions.
Presumably, Biden’s handlers did not want Murphy to ask Joe any questions about the influence-peddling and sex scandals surrounding his son, Hunter Biden.
There has been a mainstream-media blackout on coverage of the scandal even though the Biden camp has not disputed the authenticity of the damning contents on Hunter’s laptop.
Joe Biden has repeatedly called lids on campaign activities to avoid answering questions amid allegations that he used his 47-year political career to enrich himself and his family members.
Tony Bobulinski, a former business associate of Joe’s son Hunter Biden, said Hunter peddled his dad’s name and influence to rake in millions of dollars in foreign projects.
In one instance, Bobulinksi’s documents and Hunter’s own emails show that Hunter and his Uncle Jim (Joe Biden’s brother) targeted top Democrats for involvement in a lucrative scheme that would encompass “infrastructure, energy, financial services and other strategic sectors.”
Hunter said his venture “could easily serve as the foundation for the divvying up of territory, both geographically and commercially” so he and his associates could get rich.
Bobulinksi was the CEO of the failed joint venture, which was being financed by a Chinese billionaire named Ye Jianming, who’s currently in detention in China for bribery.
The documents made public by Bobulinski spotlight the extensive tentacles of Hunter’s massive business dealings that capitalized on his dad’s political influence.
Bobulinski said Hunter exchanged millions of dollars with foreign entities to make introductions to his dad, the two-time U.S. vice president.
During the Obama administration, Joe Biden was the point man for China and Ukraine. Tellingly, the two countries that Hunter did the most business overseas with were China and Ukraine.
Court docs say Hunter Biden is subject of multiple criminal investigations including ‘fraud and money-laundering’ https://t.co/AjKVQNWTsX
— Conservative News (@BIZPACReview) December 24, 2019
While Joe denied that he made money off his son’s schemes, emails from Hunter’s laptop suggest that Joe got a cut of whatever business deals Hunter concocted while trading on Joe’s name.
The mainstream media have refused to investigate Hunter’s schemes, but questions linger over allegations that Hunter’s laptop contained a trove of explicit photos of underage girls, as well as disturbing texts where he appeared to confess to his dad that he FaceTimed naked with a 14-year-old girl while smoking crack.
Author: Samantha Chang