The main stream media continues to go on and on about the possibility of impeachment, but President Trump continues to insist that he’s only trying to root out “corruption”.
Exactly, what “corruption” is the president referring to? Well, many believe it has something to do with Joe Biden’s son, Hunter, being given a high paying job at a Ukrainian energy company.
There are a lot of reasons to question this hiring. The younger Biden had no business in Ukraine. He hadn’t worked in the energy sector. Yet, for some reason, Burisma decided to put him on the board of their company.
If you would like a complete breakdown of the corruption, here’s an excellent video from Glenn Beck:
In front of a group of reporters, the president insisted that this entire debacle centered around “corruption,” and that politics had nothing to do with it.
“Let me tell you, I’m only interested in corruption. I don’t care about politics. I don’t care about Biden’s politics…. I don’t care about politics. But I do care about corruption, and this whole thing is about corruption… This is about corruption, and this is not about politics.”
The media has been working non-stop to cover for the Bidens, constantly citing that “no wrongdoing” was proven to occur.
What the media fails to mention is that the current president of Ukraine ran against what many considered to be a corrupt government. A government that was largely assisted by a Barack Obama administration.
Again, I refer you to the video above if you’d really like an in depth look as to just how far our elected officials are going to cover up their misdeeds around the globe.
What’s interesting about this entire situation is how it’s being covered. Media outlets are cutting away from the president’s speeches to tell you “no, you can’t hear this”. Perhaps that’s why so many of them hate that he uses social media: they aren’t able to completely silence him, or completely take him out of context unchallenged.
For some reason the left wing media continues to focus on the fact that Trump is looking into corruption, instead of the corruption itself.