In the July 2, New York Times Sunday paper, they suddenly decided to put the story of Hunter Biden’s controversial 4-year-old daughter on the bottom of the front page.
The bizarre headline on a Katie Rogers piece: “Hunter Biden and the Politics of Paternity in the Media’s Glare.” There has been almost no media glare, at least inside the Democrat media bubble. They lament the story’s “ubiquity” in conservative media.
The occasion for this sudden acknowledgment of reality was a child support settlement after a “yearslong court battle” — outside the media glare. Try finding any mention of the mother, Lunden Roberts, or the child, Navy Joan Roberts, in any “mainstream” media source.
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Searching for “Lunden Roberts” on the Times website gives you three results, two of them from articles posted in the last few days. The name “Lunden Roberts” doesn’t appear until six paragraphs into the article, and only five paragraphs were on the front page.
Roberts gave up her demand that her little girl Navy Joan have the Biden last name, and the Biden camp agreed to turn over a number of art pieces from Hunter’s “second career as a painter whose pieces have…