Chris Wallace is a really weird person when you really study it. He is this person that tries to make out like he is the most honest person in the mainstream media right now but at the end of the day, he is as crooked as any random CNN contributor.
I mean, just look at the way that he handled the first debate between Trump and Biden months ago. It was like he had a personal ax to grind against Donald Trump.
Then, on the other hand, he starts to say things that make him sound once again like he is the guy that used to make sense and have a sense of journalistic integrity about him. It’s crazy listening to him like you don’t know which person you are going to get.
On Friday, Chris Wallace, host of “Fox News Sunday,” spoke with the “Fox News Rundown” podcast about reports of Facebook and Twitter restricting users from sharing a series of New York Post articles with new information about Hunter Biden’s overseas business dealings.
Chris Wallace said that censorship of the stories by the big tech platforms reminds him of Big Brother, a reference to George Orwell’s iconic novel 1984.
“I’ve got a real problem with that. I think you’re either in or you’re out. And when I say that, either it’s the Wild West and you post everything — and I can understand the concern about that after what happened in 2016 with Russian disinformation — or you put everything out there and if you have a problem with some of it … then put a word on there to your users and say, ‘We can’t confirm this story’ or ‘There’s some questions with this story.’ But to just ban it and to say, ‘Nobody is allowed to discuss this story or post this story’ — which, you know, is out there and you can’t put the genie back in the bottle, it was the front page of the New York Post — really strikes me as smacking of Big Brother,” Wallace said.
On Wednesday, the New York Post reported that it had obtained emails from a laptop that reportedly belonged to Hunter Biden. The laptop was allegedly abandoned at a computer repair shop in Delaware.
One of the many emails recovered from the laptop indicated that Hunter Biden had introduced an executive from Burisma Holdings, the Ukrainian energy firm that he was on the board of, to his father Joe Biden, who was the vice president of the United States at the time. Joe Biden has denied on multiple occasions that he had ever discussed Hunter’s overseas business dealings with him, and the Biden campaign has denied that any formal meeting with the executive took place.