15 Media Personalities Claimed Hunter’s Laptop Emails Were Likely Russian Propaganda Before New York Times Admitted

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Fifteen establishment media personalities claimed Hunter Biden’s laptop emails were likely Russian propaganda before the New York Times admitted it Wednesday.

After nearly two years of dismissing Hunter’s tantalizing emails uncovered before the 2020 presidential election, the Times admitted the laptop was authentic, in direct contradiction of many in the Democrat-allied media.

The media personalities seemingly went out of their way to connect Russian dots of “disinformation” that did not exist for the purpose of supporting the Democrat nominee for president, Joe Biden, the father of Hunter and who now oversees the Justice Department’s investigation into Hunter’s possible tax fraud and corrupt business dealings with foreign entities.

Those business dealings reportedly took place throughout the world and may have involved Joe Biden himself. Such was the media’s necessity to dub the emails “Russian disinformation” instead of asking journalistic questions like Emma Joe Morris, who now is Breitbart News’s political editor and author of the original “laptop from hell” story from the New York Post.

Those who simply dismissed Hunter’s emails as likely Russian disinformation, which were first authenticated by Morris, are below:

1.) MSNBC’s executive producer Kyle Griffin
The Trump campaign claims Facebook is “censoring journalism” because Facebook plans to limit the spread of the NY Post report. That is not censorship. Facebook is under no obligation to allow a disputed report that appears to contain disinformation to spread on their platform.
 2.) Publisher of the Ink Anand Giridharadas
Today’s New York Post is a reminder that this James Murdock media redemption tour is happening too soon, too unaccountably, without real atonement and compensation for the tens of millions of victims of years of disinformation, and no serious journalist should fall for it.
3.) Daily Beast reporter Wajahat Ali
Good. Russian disinformation meant to harm our democracy shouldn’t be given mainstream platforms.
4.) Managing cditor of Truthorfiction.com Brooke Binkowski
The great thing about this is that it’s very easy to see who is committed to pushing known Kremlin disinformation
 5.) NBC News correspondent Heidi Przybyla
Wikileaks were “hacked materials” & part of a Russian disinformation campaign. It became egg on every media that ran breathlessly with it.

6.) Writer Chip Franklin

Raise your hand if you appreciate Twitter for censoring the BS anti-Biden disinformation article from the New York post 
7.) MSNBC contributor Ben Rhodes
The right to spread false Russian disinformation about American political leaders on social media platforms is not the hill I would choose to die on.
8.) Washington Post opinion columnist Max Boot
The @nypost story about Hunter Biden is false–and quite possibly part of a Russian disinformation campaign. The Ukrainian prosecutor wasn’t actually investigating Burisma. He was, in fact, complicit in corruption—which is why Biden demanded he be fired.
9.) MSNBC’s Naveed Jamali
As a former double agent I know foreign intelligence services will “wash” their involvement in disinformation operations. My spidey sense are tingling on this one. 

Giuliani and the New York Post are pushing Russian disinformation. It’s a big test for the media. 

11.) CNN anchor Brian Stelter

12.) CNN anchor Wolf Blitzer

We do know that it’s a very active Russian campaign, and that’s according to the U.S. intelligence community.

13.) NBC News correspondent Ken Dilanian

… whether that was actually a product of a foreign intelligence operation. Obviously, Russia would be the chief suspect there.

14.) MSNBC Morning Joe’s regular contributor Dave Aronberg

 [The story] looks like it’s tied to Vladimir Putin in Moscow.
15.) CNN anchor Jim Sciutto
This is most likely Russian propaganda.

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