MRC's Bozell Calls On Conservatives to Share Hunter Biden Story Media Are Trying To Cover Up


Media Research Center President Brent Bozell released a statement Friday calling on conservatives to mobilize and share information on the Hunter Biden emails to combat a media dealing in “pure lies” in their attempt to protect Joe Biden’s campaign.

Bozell’s complete statement is below:

"We are witnessing what is arguably the biggest political scandal in American history. The bombshell allegations that have emerged concerning the Biden family and now corroborated by Tony Bobulinski, outline potential federal crimes involving a man who seeks to be President of the United States. The American media are deliberately covering it up to protect Joe Biden’s campaign.

We are now days away from the election and not one of the broadcast news networks has touched it, never mind investigated it. CNN and MSNBC are doing their part for the Biden campaign. They are slandering Bobulinski, a U.S. veteran, as an accessory to a Russian disinformation campaign. This is pure fiction. These are pure lies. 

This is the most important issue of the 2020 presidential election and the leftist so-called news media do not want America to know it. There is only one way for America to learn the truth. I am calling on every member of the conservative movement to mobilize to make the American people aware of this story. If the leftist media won't tell the truth, we will. The American people deserve to know the truth when they go to the voting booth."

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