The White House might have enough trouble when it comes to handling President Joe Biden and making sure he delivers speeches in a professional manner, but it appears that Biden’s mental integrity is the least of their problems as his son, Hunter, is surrounded by investigations, reports of fraud, addiction, and maybe even election tampering.
According to a new report, “A file found in the iTunes folder of Hunter’s laptop reveals an audio transcript from 2018 between Hunter and Walmart Corporation Chairman of the Board Greg Penner discussing ‘pulling the trigger’ to stop President Trump and his movement in the 2020 election.”
While pulling the trigger could mean a lot of things, in the video below, Hunter can be heard saying, “Overall objective here is to stop, not only Donald Trump but to stem the tide of what Donald Trump represents in the political process, for the future of this country.” He later added, “Which is way more dangerous than I ever thought that it possibly could be.”
Penner made the suggestion seem easily plausible, showing just how deep the government and corporations are in bed together. “We can pull the trigger on getting something in place on these different ballots…where we wouldn’t even have to have necessarily a specific candidate…”
Speaking so openly about committing voter fraud and stealing the election from the American people, it appears that Hunter and Penner have a long history together. Not only do they speak regularly, but apparently, they both went to Georgetown and graduated at the same time in 1992.
And if that did make Hunter and Penner the dynamic duo, they also both share a history with Communist China. Serving on the Chinese tech company board called Baidu, the pair would hold power for 14 years. They would finally exit in 2017.
But while more evidence is coming to light about the 2020 election being stolen, the Democrats appear to be too worried about COVID-19 to stress themselves with equal and fair elections.
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