In a recent exchange on ABC, Jamie Raskin, the fractious Democratic representative from Maryland known for his unwavering criticism of former President Trump, took pointed questions about Hunter Biden’s financial missteps. Jonathan Karl, the show’s host, made direct inquiries about known transactions and dealings involving Joe Biden’s son in countries including China, Ukraine and Russia.
Karl stated, “We saw Joe Biden at one point say that Hunter Biden had no business, no money from China. Now we see from Hunter’s words that that is not true. Does any of that concern you? Ukraine’s money, China’s money, Russia’s money, are you concerned about anything, whether it’s criminal or not, whether it warrants Special Counsel status or not?
In response, Raskin did not address any of the concerns surrounding Hunter Biden’s financial dealings. Instead, he pivoted sharply, trying to shift the focus back to the Trump administration. “This is what worries me,” Raskin began, “During the Trump administration, we saw the development of a whole new public philosophy, which is that government is not an instrument of the common good in the public interest . The government is an instrument for private self-enrichment for the man who takes it for his family for his private business. And that’s a model we’re seeing around the world.”
Raskin’s apparent deviance did not go unnoticed in conservative circles. It’s an obvious tactic to divert attention from the Biden crime family controversies by trying to rekindle alleged past controversies associated with Trump. This strategy has often been simply referred to as “Orange Man Bad”, and now only works with low IQ simpletons who only believe what their mainstream media think masters tell them.
To prove my point about “low IQ morons who only believe what their mainstream media think masters tell them”, here’s a simple quiz with some of the hoaxes they’ve pushed…
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