The message of the newly released film “My Son Hunter” is clear: Establishment politicians and media have buried the compelling evidence that Joe Biden is running a family business selling White House influence to the likes of Chinese firms carrying out the global agenda of the Chinese Communist Party.
While establishment media have predictably panned the film, a reviewer for Britain’s Independent newspaper who called it a “bald-faced work of conservative agitprop” had to admit that he learned a few things about the Biden family’s multi-million-dollar operation.
“No matter how laughable My Son Hunter is, there is at least a soupçon of reality to it,” he acknowledged in the seventh paragraph. “Several times, the film had me rushing to Google, where I discovered that this or that piece of unflattering Biden trivia was in fact rooted in truth.”
Breitbart News, which distributed the film, noted a recent Rasmussen poll showed 63% of likely voters believe the Hunter Biden laptop story is still important nearly two years after the New York Post broke the story weeks before the 2020 election.
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Another poll found one in six Biden voters said they wouldn’t have voted for Joe Biden in 2020 had they known about the scandal, which would have changed the outcome of the election.
“My Son Hunter” producer Phelim McAleer told WND in a video interview in April that the film sticks to first-hand evidence, and an important part of the post-production process was having lawyers vet it.
McAleer said one year ago, as the project launched, that an “entertaining and enjoyable movie is the best way to tell the story of the Biden family’s corruption and to ensure as many people are educated about this as possible.”
“If the media won’t do their jobs, we’ll do it for them,” he said.