Dems working on ‘controlled demolition’ of Hunter Biden

A constitutional expert who is the Shapiro professor of public interest law at George Washington University has issued a warning that the Democrats have begun working on a “controlled demolition” of the Hunter Biden scandals.

It is Jonathan Turley who has written in a commentary at Fox News about a new scheme to address the scandals created by Hunter Biden’s effective monetization of his father’s position in the White House, first as vice president and now as president.

It’s now known that Hunter Biden essentially was charging foreign interests for access to his father, including meetings in the White House. Hunter Biden also took in what likely amounted to millions of dollars from foreign interests for his various “services” regarding access to his father. And even Joe Biden, known as the “big guy,” appears to have profited off of the arrangements.

These are the facts that critically were concealed by legacy and social media corporations when they appeared just days before the 2020 election. That factor, analysts have concluded, easily could have reversed a President Donald Trump victory that year and given the White House to Joe Biden.

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Turley pointed out there recently has been a “sudden shift” in the media coverage of Hunter Biden’s scandals.

“The shift is the very fact that there is suddenly coverage of the Hunter Biden scandal. From CNN to NPR, reporters are now acknowledging that the infamous laptop is not ‘Russian disinformation’ as was widely claimed before the 2020 election. After years of burying the story, the media is now attempting an even more precarious exercise,” he said.

“It is called controlled demolition: the implosion of a scandal to limit any blast effect on nearby structures or individuals. Like those buildings dropped between other structures, it takes precision and, most importantly, cooperation to pull off. Specifically, this controlled demolition will require the perfect timing of the media, Democratic politicians, and most importantly, the Justice Department.”

He pointed that those are the political interest groups that “successfully killed” the story just before the 2020 vote.

“The media eagerly spread the false claim of 51 intelligence experts who declared that the laptop was likely ‘Russian disinformation.’ Twitter and social media companies imposed a news blackout before the election. Recently, GOP senators also accused the Justice Department of effectively spiking the investigation — displaying the same bias documented in the Russian collusion investigation,” Turley pointed out.

And Joe Biden’s pick for attorney general, Merrick Garland, has consistently refused to name a special counsel “despite the overwhelming need for such an appointment,” Turley wrote.

The change now, he explained, isn’t complicated.

“It appears that President Biden is no longer seen as a political asset with most Democrats refusing to publicly support him in his promised reelection bid. Biden now could endanger Democratic control of Congress. The question is how to drop Hunter (and even his father) without causing damage to the media, the Democrats, or others in Washington. It requires a controlled demolition,” Turley explained.

“The most important thing is to control the blast. By refusing to appoint a special counsel, Merrick Garland has effectively blocked the risk of a report on the extensive influence peddling, including the repeated references to President Biden. the ‘Big Guy’ is discussed in emails as the potential recipient of a 10 percent cut on a deal with a Chinese energy firm as well as other benefits. Emails also refer to Hunter Biden paying portions of his father’s expenses and taxes. Recently, there was additional support showing that ‘the Big Guy’ was indeed Joe Biden,” he explained.

But the “embarrassing evidence” is growing by the day, he said.

He explained Hunter Biden repeatedly flew with his father on Air Force Two, when Joe Biden was vice president, to arrange foreign business schemes.

An email confirms that Hunter Biden even complained he had performed his part of the deals, only to be snubbed.

In one email to an associate, he complained, “I have brought every single person you have ever asked me to bring to the F’ing White House and the Vice President’s house and the inauguration and then you go completely silent. I don’t know what it is that I did but I’d like to know why I’ve delivered on every single thing you’ve ever asked – and you make me feel like I’ve done something to offend you.”

Turley suggested that the power structure – Democrats, DOJ and the media – need to set off a “smaller explosion” to protect the Biden family cartel.

“Rather than pursue wider conspiracies connected to the influence peddling, Hunter could be indicted on a few tax or lobbying counts. That would allow for a plea bargain that would allow the media to focus narrowly on those counts and not the broader influence peddling by the Biden family,” he said.

He said the key to such a scenario is to “‘implode’ the building, that is, make it collapse down into its footprint.’ The footprint is now Hunter Biden, confining the implosion to him while leaving the media and establishment untouched.”