President Biden’s son Hunter is scheduled to speak at Tulane University about “fake news.”
Hunter was invited as a guest speaker to address students this fall.
Fox News reports:
The course, called “Media Polarization and Public Policy Impacts,” is described as focusing on “the current state of the media landscape in the United States and how media polarization, fake news and the economics of the new business impact public policymaking in Washington D.C.”
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The irony is the fact that Hunter, as well as his father, benefited from a lack of investigative journalism about them and from real news that was spiked by social media giant Twitter.
During the presidential election, the mainstream media essentially ignored rumblings of potential wrongdoing by Hunter – from questions surrounding his foreign business deals, allegations of money laundering, to the infamous controversial laptop.
The Twitter account for the New York Post was finally unlocked after it was blocked for promoting its bombshell news about Hunter Biden and then-Vice President Joe Biden.
The New York Post’s Twitter account was suspended for two weeks following a news story by the media outlet exposing Hunter’s foreign business deals that leveraged his father’s name.
Critics of Hunter’s university speaking gig commented on social media.
Hunter Biden is as qualified to teach a college course as he is an expert of Ukrainian energy markets
— Jack Posobiec (@JackPosobiec) April 28, 2021
So Andrew Cuomo does the COVID calls for the Biden Admin.
Hunter Biden becomes an expert on "fake news" when his laptop becomes news.
James Comey teaches "ethical leadership" at William & Mary.
Bill Clinton gives talks on "empowering women worldwide."
See the pattern?
— Emerald Robinson ✝️ (@EmeraldRobinson) April 28, 2021
The surest sign of the coming apocalypse: Hunter Biden will be lecturing at Tulane University. Topic? #FakeNews
— Official Curator of Media Malevolence (@rreactor) April 28, 2021
Hunter’s speaking invitation at Tulane University about fake news is outrageous but indicative of the upside-down world in which we live.