Hunter Biden Goes For A Big Score – And Conservatives Might Be Paying

A court filing in the New York County Supreme Court states that Hunter Biden has launched a lawsuit against Fox News for its TV show called “The Trial of Hunter Biden.”

The “series purposefully distorts the truth, tells incidents out of context, and invents language intended to entertain,” according to Biden’s counsel. The media’s release of images “showing him nude… and engaging in sex acts” is another thing they object to.

The legal action satisfies Biden’s attorneys’ promise to file a lawsuit against the series, which the network removed in April. The series provided a fictitious depiction of what a trial against Joe Biden may entail on Fox Nation, their streaming service. Judge Joe Brown, a well-known television personality, warned the audience that Biden was not being prosecuted and that this was not a true trial.

The lawsuit states, “Fox attempted to sell Mr. Biden’s personality through a kind of treatment distinct from the broadcast of news or information, far from reporting on a newsworthy incident.”

“The whole miniseries is, in fact, based on a fabricated criminal case that never happened. The show purposefully twists the truth, tells events out of context, and invents language in an effort to amuse viewers—all while utilizing some actual material. The audience has trouble distinguishing reality from fiction in the series, which is harmful to Mr. Biden.”

Biden’s lawyers have made three claims: that Fox violated his civil rights by publishing “disseminated and publicized” photographs of him, that Fox intentionally caused him mental anguish, and that Fox News unjustly profited from the series.

After contacting Biden’s lawyers, the Washington Examiner did not hear back. Following the first publication of this story, Fox News declined to respond to a request for comment.

The Dominion Voting Systems ruling against Fox News is another point of contention for Biden’s legal team, who claim that it “was not the first time that Fox deliberately engaged in improper activity.”

The complaint was “totally politically motivated” and “devoid of merit,” a Fox News representative claimed in a statement to the Washington Examiner.

The spokeswoman stated, “The main grievance relates to a streaming program from 2022 that Mr. Biden did not complain about until late April 2024. “Despite Hunter Biden being a well-known individual who has been the subject of several investigations and is currently a convicted felon, we cautiously removed the software a few days after receiving the letter. We look forward to defending our rights in court. FOX News has accurately covered the noteworthy events of Mr. Biden’s own creation in accordance with the First Amendment.”

Author: Steven Sinclaire

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