When You Never Have to Say ‘Sorry’

The best jobs in Washington are the ones in which you never have to admit error and apologize. These jobs are mostly in government and the major media. While “Love means never having to say you’re sorry” (as a married man I know that’s not true), messing up in government means one can blame others, or feign ignorance. Most recently we saw that reflected in Dr. Anthony Fauci’s testimony before the House Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic. Similarly, misreporting or censoring stories by news organizations never seem to get corrected.


Now comes the Hunter Biden laptop that is serving as a powerful witness against the president’s son in a Wilmington, Delaware, courtroom.

During the 2020 debate between candidate Joe Biden and President Trump, Biden cited a letter signed by 51 former intelligence officers, including five former CIA directors, claiming the laptop had “all the hallmarks of Russian disinformation.”

The FBI finally blew that up when it admitted in court the laptop is real. The agency was in possession of the laptop since 2019. One post-election voter survey showed enough voters would have changed their vote from Biden to Trump and swayed the election had they known about the

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