Blatant fake news narrative comes out after Hunter Biden speech

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The Radical Left media is going to lie just as sure as the sun rises and sets every day. However, this is taking it too far.

And there is a blatant fake news narrative that has come after the Hunter Biden speech.

The New York Times has been caught in a shocking act of journalistic malpractice, altering a key quote from Hunter Biden’s press conference to downplay his father’s involvement in his shady business dealings.

This blatant attempt to manipulate the narrative raises serious questions about the Times’ commitment to journalistic integrity and its willingness to protect the Biden family.

During his press conference, Hunter Biden explicitly stated that his father, President Joe Biden, was “not financially involved” in his business ventures.

He meticulously listed various roles where his father had no involvement, including as a lawyer, board member, or investor.

This clear statement, directly from Hunter himself, should have been reported accurately by any reputable news outlet.

However, the Times took a different approach.

They published an article by Luke Broadwater that omitted the crucial word “financially” from Hunter’s quote, effectively changing his statement to say that the president simply wasn’t “involved” in his son’s business.

This subtle but significant alteration completely changes the meaning of Hunter’s words and potentially shields President Biden from further scrutiny.

The Times’ attempt to cover their tracks is equally concerning.

Hours later, they “updated” the article to include the full quote, but without any acknowledgment of their earlier error or an editor’s note explaining the change.

This lack of transparency suggests a deliberate attempt to mislead readers and bury their earlier misreporting.

This incident is not an isolated one. The Times has a history of publishing articles favorable to the Biden administration, often downplaying or ignoring negative stories.

This latest example, however, crosses a line into blatant manipulation and raises serious concerns about their journalistic ethics.

Hunter Biden’s press conference was a significant event, and the American people deserve to know the truth about his statements.

The Times’ attempt to alter his words is a betrayal of that trust and a disservice to their readers.

They must be held accountable for their actions and issue a full retraction with an explanation of their editorial process and how they plan to ensure such an egregious error never happens again.

In an era of rampant misinformation and distrust of the media, the Times needs to regain the trust of its readers.

This starts with transparency and accountability.

If they fail to do so, they risk further eroding their credibility and becoming just another mouthpiece for the Biden administration, rather than a trusted source of news.

Stay tuned to the Federalist Wire.