Fox News Digital reported on another bombshell in the Hunter Biden scandal which added to the mounting evidence that despite what President Joe Biden claims, it appears he did in fact know about his delinquent drug addict son Hunter’s business dealings. In Fox’s report, “Four business partners, a vice president, and two assistants at Hunter Biden’s now-defunct firm visited the White House more than 80 times when his father was vice president in the Obama administration.” Despite this news, all three evening news broadcasts ignored this bombshell revelation.
Instead, the “big three” network news broadcasts ABC’s World News Tonight, CBS Evening News, and NBC Nightly News were preoccupied with stories on rising sea levels in the Gulf of Mexico (ABC), the rising cost of postage stamps (CBS), and another segment on Artificial Intelligence (NBC).
According to Fox Digital’s review of White House visitor logs, “Joan Mayer, who says she was the vice president of Hunter’s now-defunct investment firm Rosemont Seneca Advisors from 2008 to 2017 on Linkedin, made at least 17 visits to the White House,” during the Obama/Biden presidency.
“Another former Hunter Biden assistant, Anne Marie Person, visited the Obama White House at least five times before she left the firm in 2014 to join then-Vice President Biden's staff,” Fox News reported.
These weren’t just meetings either, since they apparently led to millions of dollars in payments from the Biden crime family’s Chinese business dealings. One of Hunter’s former business associates John Robinson "Rob" Walker, appeared on White House visitor logs according to Fox “at least 16 times.”
Recently, records obtained from the House Oversight Committee revealed that “the Biden family received more than $1 million in payments from accounts related to Walker and their Chinese business ventures in 2017,” according to Fox.
This was apparently all ok with the three news networks since they’ve abandoned the Hunter Biden scandal in favor of obsessing over former President Donald Trump’s recent indictment.