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The president is compromised: Hunter Biden's laptop has major implications

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The president is compromised: Hunter Biden's laptop has major implications

The New York Times admits what we knew all along

On Friday's radio program, Glenn discusses the biggest story of the week: The discovery from The New York Times that the hunter Biden laptop does indeed belong to, wait for it, Hunter Biden.

That's right. The New York Times casually admitted that the story that put conservative publishers at risk of being banned from social media during the 2020 election was real news. So, the New York Times said they authenticated the laptop emails. How they authenticated them is unknown, but the Times acknowledged that the emails are authentic.

So, what does this mean? Glenn believes it means the president is compromised. During the show, Glenn says he finds it odd how the president spoke about a new law he passed for revenge porn while ignoring the news about the infamous laptop belonging to his son, Hunter Biden.

Glenn goes on to say that the president is compromised by any scrutiny over the incriminating documents found on the laptop. He points out the significance of when this story was swept under the rug — one week before the 2020 election.

Think back to late October when the "New York Post," the nation's oldest newspaper, was kicked off Twitter for running the Hunter Biden laptop story.

"They weren't allowed to tweet about it. They weren't allowed to promote the story. It was a week before the election," Glenn recalls.

One of the questions Glenn poses to his massive audience is, when will Americans stand up to institutions like the New York Times?

"The Times gets it wrong all the time. On pretty big things," Glenn says. "But, what happens when that story is, right?"

Watch the video to hear more from the conversation. Can't watch? Download the podcast here .

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