Veteran actor and Hollywood conservative Jon Voight blasted the media for their non-existent reporting of a recent story in which the son of President Joe Biden, Hunter Biden, used the n-word repeatedly in a series of texts to his lawyer.

The text messages emerged just days after President Biden gave a speech on the 100th anniversary of the Tulsa massacre.

In his Inauguration speech, Biden claimed to want to unify the nation, and said that racial equality would be one of the Biden administration’s highest priorities. Biden has also described his son as, “the smartest guy I know.”

Voight took the media to task for ignoring what would certainly have been wall-to-wall coverage if the subject were named “Trump” instead of Biden.

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The Same Old Media Double Standard

One of the text messages went something like this: Biden asks his lawyer, Chicago-based George Mesires, “How much money do I owe you? Bacaause n***a you better not be charging me Hennessy rates.”  

Biden uses the n-word in a thread of text messages, as well as discusses private body parts, and also tells Mesires, “I only love you because you’re black.”

Mesires is white. 

It is quite clear beyond any shadow of a doubt now that we have a double standard when it comes to media coverage of Democrats versus that of Republicans.

Most of us can remember the breathless reporting by the media of then 19-year old twin daughters of President George W. Bush, Jenna and Barbara were cited for underage drinking by Austin Texas police. Of course, this led to the media’s regurgitating President Bush’s alcohol-related history when he was younger, long before he ever sought public office.

Chelsea Clinton and Malia and Sasha Obama were all schoolgirls when their fathers became president.

But it was open season on the Trump children, even 13-year old Barron. The media did their best to portray Trump’s oldest children, Don Jr., Eric, and Ivanka, as privileged, entitled rich kids who certainly must have had some shady dealings in their past.

Voight has had enough of it.

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What Exactly Is Jon Voight Talking About?

In his Twitter video, Voight asks if the media are “OK” with slurs. Voight describes Hunter Biden as “the lowest human being” and “a poor pity of a man, who’s not well, who has done wrong.”

He talks about the world being “turned upside down” and the media saying nothing about the actions of Hunter Biden. He also talks about Trump “keeping America safe with class and dignity.”

He says that we must not let the media get away with making it OK for Hunter Biden “to be racist.” He ends the video by saying that Americans “must keep the faith,” and that he hopes Trump “will be back.”

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The Children Of Democrat Politicians Will Continue To Enjoy Special Treatment

Jon Voight says of Hunter Biden that he is a man “who is not well.”

He has battled addiction for years, and there is certainly no one who would not wish for his recovery and go on to live a better life.

But will he continue to not have to answer any tough questions about his business dealings?

Will he ever be forced to come clean about the relationship with his former sister-in-law? Will we ever know why he kicked the mother of his child, a former employee, off the company insurance plan months after she gave birth? 

Not only have mainstream media ignored the story about the racist text messages, so-called “fact-checkers” are running cover for it.

The likelihood of any of these questions being answered is slim. Hunter Biden will continue to enjoy softball questions and protection from the media.

The one person that will be attacked will be Jon Voight for pointing it all out.

 

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