NPR corrects story about Biden's laptop, admits laptop could be his

Just The NewsNational Public Radio has corrected a story about Hunter Biden that stated the U.S. intelligence community had discredited stories about a laptop he left at a repair shop and that perhaps had information about his overseas business dealings.

The correction was made on Thursday in a story about a recently published memoir by Biden, the son of President Biden, titled "Beautiful Things."

Now that the election is over, they are in a rush to admit all the things so that they will be old news by the time the next election rolls around. And also, the usual sequence: don't print the claims for as long as possible, then print the story that they have been discredited on the front page, then print the correction 6 months later buried in the middle of a book review no one will read.

Oh, and the book contract? It was a bribe. Obviously. Who on earth would buy a book from this guy?

This entry was published Thu Apr 08 23:21:17 CDT 2021 by TriggerFinger and last updated 2021-04-08 23:21:17.0. [Tweet]

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