I usually want to keep a distance from rumors, but this one makes sense.
We've all heard various people--including Rudy Giuliani--saying that in the near future there would be more mainstream outlets coming out with more on the Biden Crime Family. The rumor over at FR is that the mainstream outlet will be the WSJ. Two commenters at FR explain why that rumor makes sense:
9. The biggest winner in this Hunter Biden hard drive scandal so far has been the New York Post. Everyone is citing the New York Post and it's all over the world.
The WSJ and the Post have the same owner so the Post could have given a copy of the hard drive to the WSJ too.
13. WH Chief of Staff Mark Meadows on Fox Business show the Evening Edit dropped that there will be Biden corruption news soon regarding Romania. Yup, Romania. He did not elaborate.
Rudy mentioned Romania, among quite a few other countries, in the interview with Mark Levin.
15. I subscribe to the WSJ and was disappointed they have not said a peep about the Hunter Biden story. But Rupert Murdoch owns both the New York Post and Wall Street Journal so the Journal has ready access to the Post material through Murdoch. So, makes logical sense that the next major newspaper to next report on it would be the Journal. Going to be a lot harder for Twitter to defend blocking a story from the austere Journal where the “tabloid” stigma does not apply.
This thing has legs.
The debate commission has suddenly decided that "foreign policy" will be off the table for the next debate. I take that to mean that they'll try to shut Trump down if he brings up the Biden Crime Family--they'll claim, That's foreign policy! Can't go there!
That could be a tough line to hold. Of course Trump can respond, I'm not talking FP, just accusing Slow Joe of criminality.
UPDATE: Commenter EZ gave me a heads up about this a few hours ago, so I should probably mention it here. The details haven't been fully fleshed out, but the claim being made has to do with Hunter Biden receiving $3.5 million from Yelena Baturina, wife of the mayor of Moscow. Why, people have asked, would Baturina seemingly just give all that money to Hunter? The obvious answer is that she didn't just give it to him--it was payment for a service. Jack Posobiec believes he's found what that service was, and it's a service in big demand in our sanctions world: money laundering. The allegation is that the $3.5 million was the fee for laundering money to evade sanctions. The money involved amounted to $200 million in Devon Archer's firm. Now that makes sense:
BREAKING: Hunter Biden associate’s emails reveal details of deal with fmr Moscow mayors wife to launder funds into the US in avoidance of sanctions, Devon Archer claimed firm received $200M - @OANN— Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) October 19, 2020
As it happens, Posobiec offers some documentation for that claim. Obviously we're not going to see an admission of money laundering in a document like the one below, but it does fit: