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June 29, 2023

Joe Phones It In . . . To Chinese, Russian, Iranian, Nork Intel?

Filed under: Politics — cpirrong @ 6:18 pm

There has been some attention paid to the apparent fact that Joe Biden had a private AT&T global phone paid for by one of Hunter’s companies–although not by the mainstream media of course. For the most part, the focus of the discussion of the phone has been on how it could play into investigations of whether The Big Guy was indeed a principal in The Crack & Hos Guy’s “business dealings” with dodgy foreigners. Not that that’s unimportant, but that misses another major, major disturbing–and gobsmacking–aspect of the story.

Specifically, reporter John Solomon claims to have called the number in question . . . and Joe Biden hisself answered the phone.

This is insane and disturbing on many levels. Specifically, a phone like this represents a huge security risk–a risk that puts Trump locking some documents in Mar a Largo far, far in the shade. Phones can be hacked by intelligence agencies–remember the scandal when it was revealed that the Obama’s NSA had hacked Angela Merkel’s “handy”? This allows interception of calls and texts. Furthermore, intelligence agencies–including our golly gee whiz junior G-men at the FBI–are known to have the capability of turning phones into eavesdropping devices, meaning that there is a real possibility that the Chinese, the Russians, Iranians, Norks, and whoever have listened to highly sensitive conversations at which Biden was present (though they may pay no attention to Joe’s contributions to these confabs, for obvious reasons). And what about geolocation of the phone?

I’m sure Vladimir Putin is rolling his eyes at Joe–and rubbing his hands with glee.

How in the hell has the Secret Service permitted Geriatric Joe to be walking around with such a huge security risk?

But as insane as these things are, the most insane thing is that apparently Joe Biden answered a call from a stranger on this thing. How many calls from unknown numbers do you get a day? I get more than a few, and never ever answer them. I wonder how many scam calls Joe has taken! And it would even be worse if Biden knew that Solomon was calling, and knew who Solomon is: how could he possibly think answering would turn out well? I mean, how stupid can you get?

Some are calling BS on Solomon, and demanding he prove he spoke to Biden. Well, I guess there is some possibility that Solomon could be making this all up, but I doubt it. Doing so would put Solomon’s livelihood and reputation at extreme risk. Further, Solomon could prove with his own phone records that he made a call to that number and the duration of the call (which he says was short, due to Joe apparently having a ruh-roh moment).

Solomon should call for Biden to authorize disclosure of the geolocation data for the phone, along with official documentation of where Biden was at the time. If Joe was where the geolocation data says the phone was . . .

(For the record, I have “the data related to Biden’s phone will be ‘corrupted’ a la the J6 non-bomber’s phone” on my bingo card. Not a certainty, but a possibility.)

Of course Biden and those who do his thinking for him will never agree to this . . . because it would be a stunning admission of the security vulnerability the phone represents. But a refusal to comply should be taken as an admission.

Although Biden et al would not voluntarily take Solomon’s dare, James Comer’s committee should definitely subpoena the records from AT&T. And given the J6 Committee’s subpoenaing such phone records from government/executive branch officials–and the willingness of the phone companies to comply and the courts affirmation of the legitimacy of the subpoenas–the committee has every right to do so and to expect compliance.

Wouldn’t that be fun!

One can only imagine the media and political hysterics had Trump done this. But the media continues to play the Dutch Boy and the Dike (that’s with an “i”, people) on this and most of the rest of the Biden corruption-related allegations. So many leaks–literal and figurative–are now springing, however, that it is doubtful that the media and the administration can plug them all despite their valiant efforts. The phone could be the one that is too big to plug. And even beyond its implications for corruption investigations, it provides a stunning glimpse into Biden’s shockingly cavalier attitude towards security (despite his tut-tutting about Trump’s), and the Secret Service’s complicity in allowing it to happen.

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  1. How in the hell has the Secret Service permitted Geriatric Joe to be walking around with such a huge security risk?

    Isn’t that the same Secret Service that permitted Hillary Clinton to have an unsecured server in her bathroom? Sounds like BAU to me.

    By the way, as an economics guy, take a look at this, Craig.
    Combined with this the IPCC warning siren is plugged and the EPA endangerment finding is objectively vacated.

    Will there be, should there be, any economic fallout?

    Comment by Pat Frank — June 29, 2023 @ 6:37 pm

  2. Scammers generally only target confused geriatrics. Oh, wait…

    Comment by Tim Newman — June 29, 2023 @ 6:37 pm

  3. Just keeps getting better.

    All part of what appears to be a broader ‘deep state and Dems’ plan to push ‘Old Shep’ Joe out of the running for 2024?

    Comment by Ex-Global Super-Regulator on Lunch Break — June 29, 2023 @ 9:37 pm

  4. As with 9/11, the issue is the missing phone number. Whoever was responsible for 9/11, the problem with it was that there wasn’t a phone number you and I, the average people, could call and say ‘hi there, please bomb XY next…’; that’s how one could tell it was not FOR the people. Here there is a phone, but you and me don’t have the number, and so we can’t call…it’s again not for the people. But anyway, I couldn’t hand over a suitcase with money, so what would he say? Something like ‘God save the queen’ probably…

    Comment by Mikey — June 30, 2023 @ 9:51 am

  5. Phone, shmone. Of course he has to have a backchannel to placate his”supporters”. The best thing one can say is that he is, in the meaning of George Washington Plunkett, an honest politician: once he’s bought, he stays bought. Of course he has to pull supposed anti CCP crapkla, but behind the scenes he’ll water it down and play kabuki.

    Comment by Sotosy1 — June 30, 2023 @ 8:47 pm

  6. at some point, we have to stop comparing Biden to Trump. For certain, Trump got a raw deal from the press and the Deep State. For certain, Trump was his own worst enemy.

    In an ancillary and unrelated debate, I see people in Nevada saying taxpayers shouldn’t be subsidizing a billionaire’s stadium(they shouldn’t) and instead ought to take that same money and spend it on government run education (they shouldn’t do that either). That’s comparing Trump’s treatment in the public sphere and Biden’s.

    But, Biden…..Biden is totally unqualified to be President of the United States and proves it every day. Not only that, he is more corrupt than the Chicago Daley’s and doesn’t know how to grift correctly. He is purely stupid plain and simple. If he was a Republican, he would have been impeached by now with hearings etc….

    If we look back to Nixon who was a two bit hustler compared to the scale of Joe Biden’s family business, Nixon could have held on to the Presidency if Howard Baker didn’t turn. Impeachment is a political, not a moral or legal, process. Trump was never impeached because he never lost his base support among Republicans. When do Democrats wake up and smell the coffee on Biden? Tell me that, and that is the day he will be impeached.

    The end game if he isn’t impeached, and the majority of the country realizes the level of corruption and ineptness of Biden, is that the Democrats get thoroughly trounced in 2024, lose the Presidency, the Senate, and the Reps gain a bit in the house (gerrymandering will stop some of that)

    Comment by Jeff Carter (@pointsnfigures1) — July 1, 2023 @ 7:43 am

  7. Not for me to intervene in US politics but the Supreme Court decisions this week are good.
    If Biden wants to screw America any more than he has already he’ll have to pass some actual real life laws to do it.

    Comment by philip — July 1, 2023 @ 2:17 pm

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