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US Government and Media Overlook Hunter Biden’s Texts, Shifted Focus to Hopeless Submersible Search

Before we dive into the Hunter Biden controversy, we need to establish why the submersible search needlessly consumed national attention for multiple days.

In an exclusive report by The Wall Street Journal, it has been revealed that key personnel within the highest ranks of the United States military were privy to crucial information regarding the ill-fated Titan submersible implosion four days before the general public.

According to the Journal, the U.S. Navy was the first to detect a sound resembling an implosion, presumably emanating from the Titan, shortly after the vessel lost contact with its mother ship during a dive to explore the depths of the Titanic shipwreck, over two miles beneath the ocean's surface.

How did the Navy find out so quickly?

U.S. defense officials disclosed to the Journal that a highly classified acoustic-detection system, primarily employed for identifying enemy submarines, picked up the anomalous sound near the location where debris from the Titan was subsequently discovered.

The Navy promptly initiated search operations to locate the missing Titan, and almost immediately discovered the submersible’s terrible fate.

A senior Navy official shared with the Journal that an analysis of acoustic data led to the identification of an abnormal occurrence consistent with either an implosion or an explosion in the vicinity of the Titan's last known position.

This information, while not definitive, was immediately relayed to the Incident Commander to aid in the ongoing search and rescue mission.

Why didn’t they inform the public sooner?

Coast Guard officials confirmed that the Titan had suffered a catastrophic loss of the pressure chamber, resulting in an implosion that scattered debris from the shipwreck approximately 1,600 feet away.

A Navy representative informed The Washington Post that such details are typically withheld from public knowledge until after the conclusion of rescue efforts. Until then, it is regarded as a mere "data point."

Ostensibly, any rescue efforts were completely futile since the submersible imploded in the manner it did.

According to Mark Cancian, a senior advisor at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, in an interview with the Post, the deliberate withholding of this information by the Navy for a period of four days shouldn’t come as a surprise, given the longstanding practice of the U.S. in utilizing underwater surveillance technologies.

This doesn’t sound like a pragmatic response to a national tragedy or a legitimate reason to prolong a hopeless search which caused unnecessary distress to the families and friends of the victims.

Furthermore, this national story distracted from more pertinent matters concerning national security and the 2024 election – Hunter Biden's text messages.

Heck, even Titanic Director James Cameron knew the search was a “charade”.

How did James Cameron know?

In a series of astonishing interviews, James Cameron unveiled his prior knowledge of highly classified information regarding the search and rescue operation for the Titan submersible, days before it became public knowledge.

Cameron disclosed that he was privy to the fact that covert listening devices, belonging to the US Navy, had detected an implosion near the Titanic wreckage merely an hour after its tragic occurrence.

Moreover, he has expressed his discontent with the search efforts for the five crew members, characterizing them as a "nightmarish charade."

Furthermore, Cameron asserted that the crew of the Titan submersible was aware of the initial signs of hull cracking and were attempting to resurface when the "catastrophic implosion" took place.

According to Stefan Williams, a professor at the University of Sydney, the five passengers aboard the submersible would have experienced instantaneous fatalities.

Rear Adm. John Mauger of the Coast Guard emphasized during a press conference that the implosion would have produced a significant broadband sound, detectable by sonar buoys.

What about Hunter Biden's text messages?

Last Thursday – the same day the Titan submersible search was called off — IRS whistleblower disclosures unveiled new allegations involving President Joe Biden's ties to his son's foreign dealings.

A Hunter Biden text message demanding payment from a Chinese businessman while mentioning his father, stating, "I am sitting here with my father," further emphasizes their connection.

These revelations fuel existing scrutiny and investigations into potential conflicts of interest within the Biden family's business activities.

The day after the text messages were revealed the White House evaded questions regarding the text message exchanged by Hunter Biden and a Chinese business associate, which implicated Uncle Joe.

Gary Shapley, an IRS supervisory special agent, pointed specifically to a July 30, 2017, WhatsApp message from Hunter Biden to Henry Zhao, the group chairman of China’s Harvest Fund Management, where Hunter threatened the Chinese businessman to demand payment.

“I am sitting here with my father, and we would like to understand why the commitment made has not been fulfilled. Tell the director that I would like to resolve this now before it gets out of hand, and now means tonight… And, Z, if I get a call or text from anyone involved in this other than you, Zhang, or the chairman, I will make certain that between the man sitting next to me and every person he knows and my ability to forever hold a grudge that you will regret not following my direction. I am sitting here waiting for the call with my father.” - Hunter Biden, President Joe Biden’s son

During a press briefing, multiple reporters pressed White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre on the WhatsApp message Hunter Biden sent in 2017, which references a substantial business deal involving his father.

However, National Security Council spokesman John Kirby and Jean-Pierre sidestepped the queries, redirecting them to the White House counsel.

Previously, a brief statement from White House spokesman Ian Sams expressed support for Hunter Biden's endeavors, with no further comment provided.

During a press briefing earlier today, Jean-Pierre was questioned about the administration's recent inclusion of President Biden's son, Hunter Biden, on the guest list for a White House state dinner.

This invitation occurred merely two days after the disclosure of Hunter Biden's agreement to plead guilty to two misdemeanor charges related to tax payment.

Additionally, he managed to evade prosecution on a felony gun charge that carried the potential for a 10-year federal prison sentence if found guilty.

Isn’t it convenient that the establishment media and government apparatchiks sensationalized the hopeless submersible search during the same week damning revelations emerged concerning Hunter Biden’s misdeeds with the president?

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