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Now that the 2020 election has long passed and news of the Biden family’s influence peddling has been censored, a Politico journalist’s new book has confirmed at least some of the key emails that were previously qualified. Russian interference.

Journalist Ben Schreckinger’s book, released on Tuesday, claimed that a person with independent access to emails from Hunter Biden, the son of President Joe Biden, confirmed that he had received two of the messages at the center of the traffic scoop influence from the New York Post last time. October.

One of the messages is said to come from Vadym Pozharsky, an adviser to Burisma Holdings in Ukraine, who thanked young Biden in 2015 for allowing him to meet Joe Biden. The other was a 2017 email from Biden’s business partner James Gillar, which included the line “10 held by H for the big guy?” “ Another former Biden partner said the phrase referred to Hunter Biden holding a 10% stake in the deal for Joe Biden.

The emails released by a Swedish government agency also match some of the messages the Post found on Hunter Biden’s laptop after it was left in a Delaware repair shop, Schreckinger said, citing two other people who had correspondence with the president’s son.

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As Washington Free Beacon reporter Chuck Ross noted on Tuesday, conservative media had confirmed the authenticity of Hunter Biden’s emails long before Schreckinger’s book was published. The Daily Caller said a cybersecurity expert confirmed the laptop’s treasure was genuine last October, so Schreckinger was 11 months behind in the story.

But that such a report now comes from Politico, which was part of the mainstream media seeking to crush the Post’s scoop in the run-up to the presidential election, represents a radical change. In October of last year, Politico called the story “Russian disinfo” citing a letter signed by 50 former U.S. intelligence officials. These officials offered no evidence to support their claim, but pointed to Moscow, claiming “Russia is trying to influence the way Americans vote in this election.”

Twitter censored the Post’s reporting, citing its policy on pirated materials without having any evidence to suggest the laptop had been hacked. Not only was the Post’s Twitter account blocked for more than two weeks, users of the social media platform were barred from sharing the article.

The Federal Election Commission ruled last week that the censorship was not politically motivated and therefore Twitter had not made an illegal in-kind contribution to Joe Biden’s campaign by making his offer to suppress the information.

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Radio host Chris Stigall was among many observers pointing out that Politico only recognizes the veracity of Biden’s emails after the political damage caused by censorship. “Journalism would have been useful last year” he said. “Politico quietly admits, yes, that the Hunter Biden story was true.”

Commentators such as Newsmax correspondent Emerald Robinson have speculated that the apparent about-face on the Post’s scoop suggests the mainstream media is about to turn against the president. “This really means the left-wing corporate media is preparing to turn Biden on in favor of Kamala (Harris),” Robinson said.

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