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Fox News: David Bossie: Liberal media want Biden to become president, cover up report about son’s shady business deals

News organizations like The New York Times, Washington Post, and NBC now behave like pro-Biden Super PACs

The left is desperate to defeat President Trump in his bid for reelection — by any means necessary.

Look no further than Big Tech's censoring of an inflammatory investigative report in The New York Post this week about the shady business dealings of Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s son Hunter in Ukraine and China.

The jaw-dropping disclosures by the newspaper reveal emails never before made public that detail Hunter Biden’s lucrative and highly conflicted actions with wealthy businessmen in Kiev and Beijing.

It’s now abundantly clear the people who run the social media giants like Facebook and Twitter believe it's their duty to put their thumbs on the scale to help former Vice President Biden defeat President Trump in the November election.

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