If there is one thing I have learned about this whole network of people connected to the Trump administration, it’s that there really is no true bottom for them. However bad it is, every time you find yourself thinking they couldn’t possibly get any worse, they can and they will.
However, Trump’s beloved Fox News may have just hit their deepest, darkest low to date when they seemed to suggest that Democratic nominee Joe Biden’s son Hunter has child pornography on his computer.
During a Fox segment with host Maria Bartiromo and Republican Senator Ron Johnson yesterday, Bartiromo offered up a push question to the senator that seemed to imply the unthinkable.
Maria claimed that the handwriting of an FBI agent who served subpoenas for Hunter Biden’s laptop had been analyzed and it was determined that the agent in question once handled “child pornography issues.”
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“What is going to be coming out in the coming weeks?” Bartiromo mused. “We understand here on Sunday Morning Futures there is more to come. And there is further analysis of the subpoenas handwriting and it suggests that the subpoena was served by an FBI agent whose name is Joshua Wilson and over the last five years, he has been working on child pornography issues.”
She continued, “Connect the dots. If an FBI agent is working on child pornography issues for five years, why is he subpoenaing the laptop of Hunter Biden? Is there a connection here? Should this suggest that there’s a child pornography issue here on that laptop?”
Johnson replied simply and disgustingly with, “Well, I think you just made the connection.”
These backhanded, thinly-veiled allegations are not only blatantly false, they reek of Q-Anon conspiracy theories. And that, my friends, is how low we’ve officially sunk as a nation. When what is supposed to be a reputable news outlet is peddling such disgusting, false narratives such as this with little more than an eye batted.
You can watch the clip here:
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