One good way to tell that the walls are closing in on the Biden Crime Family is by watching the reaction of legacy media “journalists” dedicated to running cover for the Regime.
A columnist from the Washington Post named Philip Bump best exhibited the media’s panic with his behavior during a podcast and immediately afterward.
As the New York Post’s Miranda Devine reported, Bump spoke with Comedy Cellar owner Noam Dworman on his podcast. Bump was grilled about the Joe Biden’s connections to his son Hunter’s business dealings, particularly with the fact the White House occupant was receiving millions in kickbacks.
Column’s up: How a Comedy Cellar podcast backfired on one of Joe Biden’s media gatekeepers … or things that go Bump in the night! https://t.co/Fs4H9uLgp2
— Miranda Devine (@mirandadevine) August 31, 2023
Throughout the interview, Bump angrily defends his “reporting” on the scandal while Dworman presented facts that challenged the narrative Bump sells to Washington Post readers.
Devine notes that at one point Bump says “I just I’m gonna lose my mind. I’m gonna lose my mind,” when he is presented with Devon Archer’s testimony that that Hunter would get his dad on the