A left-wing reporter has said the quiet part out loud by admitting that he would ignore Hunter Biden being caught with “corpses of children in his basement” if it would help to stop President Donald Trump from winning.
Reporter, author, and podcaster Sam Harris, who has written for The New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, Economist, London Times, Boston Globe, and The Atlantic, made the confession during a recent appearance on the Triggernometry podcast.
During the podcast, Harris compared former President Trump to an asteroid headed for Earth and revealed that he would engage in extreme propaganda to keep him out of the White House.
Video of the podcast has provoked a severe backlash after it made its way to Twitter this week.
It shows an animated Harris explaining just how big a threat he believes Trump is.
He then reveals how much he would cover up for Hunter Biden to help Democrat President Joe Biden if it meant Trump would not win re-election.
“Hunter Biden — at that point Hunter Biden literally could have had the corpses of children in his basement,” Harris admits while revealing how much he’d be prepared to cover up.
“I would not have cared.
“There’s nothing — first of all, it’s Hunter Biden, it’s not Joe Biden … even, whatever scope of Joe Biden’s corruption is, like if we could just go down that rabbit hole endlessly and understand that he’s getting kickbacks from Hunter Biden’s deals in Ukraine or wherever else, right, or China.
“It is infinitesimal compared to the corruption we know Trump is involved in.”
In which, Sam Harris says that it's ok to conspire against Trump getting elected, because he was the equivalent of an asteroid headed towards earth. Literally literally. Worth watching just for Francis' reaction at the end. Omg. pic.twitter.com/hVH7IPAx1t
— Alexandros Marinos 🏴☠️ (@alexandrosM) August 18, 2022
Harris went on to claim that the allegations regarding Trump University alone were worse than anything that could possibly be found in Hunter Biden’s laptop.
He then pivoted to address the critics whose concern was that Hunter’s “Laptop from Hell” was not investigated in a timely fashion and was essentially dismissed by the media.
Noting that critics called the concerted effort to suppress the news about Hunter Biden “a left-wing conspiracy to deny the presidency to Donald Trump,” he added, “Absolutely it was.
“Absolutely. But I think it was warranted.”
Triggernometry host Konstantin Kisin then interjected by saying that he needed to address one of the points he felt Harris was trying to make: “You’re saying you’re content with a left-wing conspiracy to prevent somebody being democratically re-elected as president.”
Harris pushed back arguing that it wasn’t really “left-wing” because of support from people like the recently-defeated Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY).
“You’re content with a conspiracy to prevent somebody from being democratically elected,” Kisin rephrased.
Harris argued that it was not really a conspiracy either, comparing Trump to an asteroid hurtling toward earth and saying that a group of people discussing how to prevent its impact didn’t rise to the level of “conspiracy,” especially since it was largely being done out in the open.
“Decades from now I really hope science looks back at this time and studies this kind of mentality toward Trump,” Red State Deputy Managing Editor Brandon Morse observed.
“I’m pretty convinced TDS is real at this point, and I’m fascinated by it.”
Decades from now I really hope science looks back at this time and studies this kind of mentality toward Trump. I'm pretty convinced TDS is real at this point, and I'm fascinated by it. https://t.co/ButukZNkkT
— Brandon Morse (@TheBrandonMorse) August 18, 2022