NPR admits it refuses to cover Biden corruption scandals. NPR announced that it is not covering the Hunter Biden laptop story because the media organization doesn’t “want to waste the listeners’ and readers’ time on stories that are just pure distractions.”
“NPR Public Editor,” a newsletter written by Polynter’s Kelly McBride, addressed a question wondering “why NPR has apparently not reported on the Joe Biden, Hunter Biden story in the last week or so.” The story, first published by the New York Post last week, allegedly came from an abandoned laptop belonging to Hunter Biden.
McBride, the NPR Public Editor and Chair of the Craig Newmark Center for Ethics and Leadership at The Poynter Institute, began by writing that “there are many, many red flags in that New York Post investigation,” linking to an NPR piece detailing the issues. “The biggest reason” that NPR has ignored the story, however, “is the the assertions don’t amount to much,” McBride wrote.
NYT calls for 'UN supervision' of US elections. NEW YORK TIMES Calls For UN 'Election Intervention', Says Biden Must Follow Belarus Protesters and 'Appeal to the World For Help'.
THE NEW YORK TIMES CALLED FOR “INTERNATIONAL INTERVENTION” IN THE FORTHCOMING PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION, INSISTING THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY INVITE THE UNITED NATIONS AND A HOST OF GEORGE SOROS-LINKED GROUPS TO INTERFERE WITH THE ELECTION OUTCOME.
Mass media ignoring Biden's corruption scandals. Media Is Avoiding Hunter Biden's Corruption Scandals That Implicate Joe Biden.
The Hunter Biden story is practically the new normal in terms of how it illustrates media willingness to suppress or ignore inconvenient truths.
Last week, a Senate Intelligence Committee report detailed how the son of a major presidential candidate, who has an extensive history of shady foreign business dealings, received a $3.5-million wire transfer from the wife of a Russian politician. The New York Times, Washington Post, CNN, MSNBC, and most major media outlets didn’t cover the wire-transfer story at all. Four years ago, not reporting such a story was a possibility too absurd to even contemplate — but then again, no one would have predicted the candidate with the shady Russia ties is not Donald Trump, but Joe Biden.
NYT and WP maliciously distort Trump's tax returns. Carney: The New York Times’ Attack on Trump’s ‘Financial Acumen’ Is Nonsense.
The New York Times’ contention that President Donald Trump’s tax returns “undercut his claims of financial acumen” does not hold water.
Trump, however, is not doing himself any favors by not clearly explaining why he says his accountants figured he owed just $750 in taxes in 2016 and 2017—and not explaining that he actually paid millions in taxes for those years.
A headline in the Associated Press summary of the Times story declares: “TRUMP PAID JUST $750 IN TAXES IN BOTH 2016 and 2017.”
But that’s not true. According to the Times, Trump initially paid $1 million to the Treasury in 2016 and $4.2 million in 2017.
The Washington Post also made the false claim: