The story that hit the New York Post’s (NY Post) headlines regarding Hunter Biden’s ‘laptop from hell’ was totally squashed by mainstream media and Big Tech prior to the presidential election. The tax probe into Hunter’s foreign affairs is now big news, and it just confirms that suppression of the Biden computer revelations was an unwarranted coverup.

The New York Post had revealed on Oct. 14 that Hunter Biden connected his father Joe Biden, who was Vice President—to an official from Burisma, the corrupt Ukrainian gas company. Joe Biden denied knowing his son’s foreign business dealings and claimed he had never spoken to Hunter about his business dealings.

As a result of running the story, Twitter suspended the NY Post for over two weeks, Facebook suspended the story, and Twitter punished anyone who dared to share it.

The subsequent follow-up story from the Post about Hunter setting up a joint venture with Chinese energy company CEFC in 2017, with 10 percent set aside for “the big guy,” who has been identified as his father Joe, was totally ignored by the media.

The story was verified by a former business partner of Hunter, Tony Bobulinski, who was headhunted to become the new business venture’s CEO.

Even Breitbart had reported emails indicating business associates of Hunter Biden had introduced Chinese high-level officials into the Obama-Biden White House.

During the final presidential debate, Biden had called the story a “Russian plant,” referring to the letter signed by 50 former intelligence officials who all supported the “Russia Disinformation,” and the media were ecstatic, reports Breitbart.

The election is now almost over, so suddenly, the Hunter Biden investigation is on the table.

CNN—which canned the story in October—reported Wednesday that the probe into Hunter’s tax also involved questions regarding a gift from CEFC founder, Ye Jianming.

Now, Fox News reports on the ‘laptop from hell’ belonging to Hunter, saying it is crucial in the investigation into Hunter.

Here are some examples of the media and Big Tech censorship of the story on Biden’s laptop in October, reports Breitbart.

Facebook labeled the story “misinformation” and suppressed the report.

MSNBC refused to acknowledge the laptop story was legitimate, Morning Joe host Joe Scarborough called it “false,” saying it was “one of the stupidest October surprises I’ve ever seen.”

The Washington Post suggested that the story had to be Russian disinformation since Rudy Giuliani was one source. It reported that “President Trump’s personal lawyer Rudolph W. Giuliani was the target of an influence operation by Russian intelligence.”

CBS said the story was about “a laptop allegedly full of [Hunter Biden’s] old e-mails. It’s a story raising concerns about whether it’s real or just designed to sow confusion in the final weeks of the election,” and made the comparison of the story to Wikileaks. Leslie Stahl, interviewing President Donald Trump, said the laptop could not be verified—because “it can’t be verified.”

NBC attempted to discredit the Hunter Biden laptop story with a story titled “How a fake persona laid the groundwork for a Hunter Biden conspiracy deluge.” It made the claim that associates of the president were sharing a 64-page document full of lies about Biden.

CNN deliberately canned the story and media reporter Brian Stelter demanded more censorship from Silicon Valley. He defended the media’s “ethics” on the story and dismissed it as “a classic example of the right-wing media machine.”

NPR, funded by taxpayers, ignored the story with the explanation: “We don’t want to waste our time on stories that are not really stories, and we don’t want to waste listeners’ and readers’ time on stories that are just pure distractions.”

The above is just a sample of how the media kept the real story of Hunter Biden from the public before the election, as the information would have damaged Joe Biden beyond repair.