Stelter Questions If Biden Will Run Again Amid Hunter’s FBI Investigation

The prospect of President Joe Biden running again for reelection in 2024, is becoming an increasing debate, as even his former supporters – who are beginning to realize that the Biden’s may not have been the best pick for them – his son Hunter being the biggest reason.

Brian Stelter, Trump hater and CNN liberal mouthpiece, admitted that Hunter Biden could end up being Biden’s biggest liability.

“What about Hunter?” Stelter asked Michael LaRosa who was appearing on Stelter’s show. 

“Hunter is under federal investigation; charges could be coming at any time. This is not just a right-wing media story. This is a real problem for the Bidens.”

LaRosa quickly dismissed Stelter’s concerns and those who think that a different Democrat should run in Biden’s place.

“I hope he runs. I know he’s going to run, he’s planning to run,” LaRosa said, adding that the Bidens “make decisions as a family, and they will make that decision when it’s time.”

When Stelter asked if Biden had talked about running again in 2024, LaRosa replied, “No,” adding, “The president is doing his job, and he’s doing his work. He’s not focused on that. It’s 19 months! Why would he do that?”

LaRosa pressed that Biden “intends to run” and that the media instead should be focused on the “wins” that the Democrats have had in Congress over the past week – referring to the Inflation Reduction Act, that was passed through with Vice President Kamala Harris’ tie breaking vote.

July’s job report also stated that unemployment is currently down to 3.5 percent – which is pre-pandemic levels.

The inflation problem is still very real, caused by Biden’s bloated spending on top of an already huge debt, which was exacerbated by the covid pandemic – Americans are finding life hard because of Biden’s “wins.”

Oil, gas, food and other commodities are becoming increasingly expensive and, in some cases, are not easy to come by as the supply chain continues to lag due to Biden’s radical policies, which included essentially shutting down the oil industry on his first day via Executive Order.

Hunter is a different problem altogether.

Hunter Biden and his “indiscretions” went largely ignored by the mainstream media, when his actions came to light in October 2020, one month before the Presidential Election.

Brian Stelter was at the forefront of painting what is known as the “laptop from Hell” as a right-wing conspiracy theory.

The laptop contained emails and messages about the backdoor deals that Hunter was involved in – getting well paid positions and handsome kickbacks for deals he made with Ukraine and China, which his father was still Vice President under Barack Obama – “the big guy” got his cut of every deal.

It was not just shady business deals that were revealed either – Hunter Biden’s degenerate habits were on display for the world, including his obvious crack-cocaine and methamphetamine addiction and his proclivity for procuring sex from prostitutes, and what some have speculated to be underage girls.

Hackers from 4Chan recently hacked Hunter’s iCloud account, which further incriminated him in shady business deals and suggested that he had more than an uncle/niece relationship with his late brother Beau’s underage daughter Natalie.

Going by the trainwreck that Biden is currently in, running for reelection would be a bad idea and the Democrats are going to find it hard to recover as a party if they continue this madness – even the staunchest liberal will turn heel if they are suffering due to defunct policies.

Biden and the entire Democrat party should bow out and let the adults run things.

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