Former NYPD Commissioner Kerik says ‘iron curtain’ in U.S. with censorship and Biden’s laptop
Bernie Kerik explained the corruption behind the Biden laptop scandal.
Former NYPD Commissioner Bernie Kerik said Thursday that an "iron curtain" exists in the U.S. with Big Tech companies censoring "anything that they don't want the American public to see."
Kerik told "Just the News AM" that he went with President Trump's personal attorney Rudy Guiliani this week to file a criminal referral with evidence to Delaware police regarding information pertaining to Hunter Biden's laptop.
Information on the laptop allegedly exposed a minor female, which raises concerns about child endangerment and sexual misconduct. Purported emails on Hunter Biden's laptop also appear to show more about his business deals with the Ukraine energy conglomerate Burisma Holdings and perhaps reveal a meeting that he arranged between a Burisma executive and father Joe Biden, who was vice president at the time.
"There's a much bigger Deep State than anybody could imagine," he told show host Carrie Sheffield. "I think the Deep State of Washington has infused itself in the government, in the FBI, in Justice."
Kerik said he's starting to feel like he's living in Russia with the constant censorship and control.
"I think there's actually an iron curtain in this country now," he said. "We're all talking about socialism, we're all talking about communism, we're talking about this socialist push throughout the country. Well, they've basically thrown up an iron curtain, and the iron curtain is that the tech companies and MSNBC and CNN, and ABC and CBS and NBC — they have basically censored anything that they don't want the American public to see."
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