Hunter Biden hired PR firms to clean up one big mess

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Hunter Biden’s problems keep getting worse.

He’s bringing down his father, Joe Biden, with him.

And Hunter Biden hired PR firms to clean up one big mess.

Hunter Biden’s “laptop from hell” continues to be a thorn in the side of the Bidens.

The Democrats and their media allies claimed it was Russian disinformation, but it has proven to be a treasure trove of malfeasance and corruption.

Now Left-wing journalist Lee Fang, discovered from the laptop that Hunter Biden paid public relations firms to clean up his Wikipedia page.

When people do elementary research on a subject or individual they often go to Wikipedia, the online encyclopedia that is crowd-sourced.

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However, Wikipedia has fallen into the clutches of Left-wing idealogues and establishment-backed organizations.

Fang reported that “[i]n 2014, working at the time with FTI Consulting, a major public relations and lobbying firm, Hunter sought changes to his personal Wikipedia entry. ‘Ryan- below is a start. Eric is my partner and cc’d- he’s going to make additional edits,’ wrote Hunter to FTI’s Ryan Toohey in May 2014, referring him to Eric Schwerin, the President of Hunter’s firm Rosemont Seneca. Hunter forwarded along edits seeking the deletion of unflattering lines in his Wikipedia biography, such as his ties to disgraced Ponzi scheme financier Allen Stanford.”

Hunter also sought to edit a line mentioning that the National Endowment for Democracy, a globalist group for which he worked, had ties to the CIA.

Hunter hiding ex-employers intelligence ties

After a bevy of changes, Toohey wrote to Hunter and Schwerin, “This is back in good shape. We’ll be keeping an eye on it for changes.”


Fang added that “[o]ne of the more prolific and anonymous Wikipedia accounts making edits to Hunter’s page was a user called ‘Earflaps,’ which made a number of edits, including the deletion of criticism of Hunter’s work for Burisma, the Ukrainian energy firm. That account was later identified as a ‘sock puppet,’ a term of art used for the illicit pay-for-play editing by fake accounts, to airbrush negative information off of Wikipedia.”

Larry Sanger, one of the co-founders of Wikipedia, has routinely called out the site for its political bias.

Sanger wrote, “Wikipedia is badly biased. The original policy, long since forgotten, no longer has an effective neutrality policy. It now touts controversial opinions on politics, religion, and science. And examples have become embarrassingly easy to find.”

People who are deemed Right-wing often have difficulty removing incorrect and defamatory information off the site, if they can get entries removed at all.

Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.

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