Fox News went into full conspiracy theory mode on Friday when two whistleblowers told Congress that IRS investigators had recommended more serious charges for Hunter Biden than the tax evasion count to which he ultimately agreed in a plea deal. Were.
Kayleigh McEnany led the “outnumbered” charge, taking the roundtable handoff from Harris Faulker, whose parting remarks — “I don’t think we know the whole story” — left a perfect opening for the former Trump press secretary.
“It’s absolutely true,” said McEnany, who sat on a show panel that also included retired NYPD Inspector Paul Mora. “And what about deep state interference? In fact Interesting to me, Paul. You have worked on many investigations. And you have Shapley, who’s overseeing this IRS investigation, says, ‘Hey, I need a search warrant.’ And he was slapped with saying, ‘No, you can’t get a search warrant’ because quote Optics, it was (US Attorney) Leslie Wolf who said that. And he couldn’t ask Hunter ‘Walker’ questions about the ‘big man’. Have you ever seen this?”
The former cop then went on to explain how he plans to keep his eye on “more fraud” and other very serious matters in the video, which you can watch at the top of this file.
“As long as the Democrats have the White House and Biden is there, the DOJ is not going to move on this,” the former NYPD official said in his analysis of matters of national politics. “So everyone is saying, ‘Well, maybe at some point if the White House changes we can peel back layers of the onion to find out what happened.’
“The problem is this,” the policing expert continued. “When we look at the plea bargain, the prosecutor includes in that plea bargain all the things that we’ve been talking about. He’s about to fall into double jeopardy. You will not be able to go back after him because he has covered everything.
For this reason, the cover-up inside the Biden administration may not be over, the former police officer added. In other words, more conspiracy theories abound.
McEnany’s reference to the “Deep State” certainly isn’t unheard of in Trump circles. The conspiracy theory that claims to know about secret government agents working around the clock to keep the truth about executive branch conspiracies away from American citizens has a strong following among QAnon adherents and is used by a range of theorists. is also used to explain the deviation. From reality It appears that these behind the scenes criminals are responsible for a lot. Or else conspiracy theories go.
See McEnany’s comments at the top of this post or even the full section.