More In Store? Rudy Giuliani Points to Additional Hunter Biden Stories on Horizon

Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani speaks Monday, Oct. 12, 2020 during a Columbus Day gathering at a Trump campaign field office in Philadelphia. (AP Photo/Jacqueline Larma)

Joe Biden’s presidential campaign got smacked with a hard drive’s worth of allegations yesterday, and, according to Rudy Giuliani, “the New York Post has only published about five percent of it.

“The New York Post has at least two more situations even more serious than this,” Giuliani continued. “The real big-time money corruption takes place with the Chinese Communist Party. In essence we have a man trying to be President of the United States whose family has been in business for a number of years with the Chinese communist government and high-level Chinese communists. If we’re stupid enough to do that. China was setting Joe up for years and they have his son by the you know what and they’ve given them plenty of money and coincidentally Joe has caved into China in every negotiation he’s ever had and he’s the only man in the world who says China is not a threat to us or a competitor. I guess if your family got $30 or $40 million from China, I don’t know, if you were corrupt, I guess you’d say that.”

As it appears more information and allegations could be coming, the controversary surrounding the Twitter censorship of the New York Post story is only growing. Today the Biden campaign pointed to the Twitter response as a reason to believe the allegations were false. In an interview with Cheddar, the Biden campaign’s national press secretary, Jamal Brown, said, “I think Twitter’s response to the actual article itself makes clear that these purported allegations are false and they’re not true, and glad to see social media companies like Twitter taking responsibility to limit misinformation.”

Twitter also blocked a follow-up story from the New York Post on Thursday that described Hunter Biden’s alleged pursuit of a Chinese business deal.


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