Is The Submarine Story A Media Distraction?

Is The Submarine Story A Media Distraction?

( – Speculation is growing that the Biden administration knew the Titan submersible imploded soon after its descent, but the mystery was knowingly left unsolved because the White House wanted a media story to deflect attention from the Biden family’s woes.

Social media users, including the son of former President Trump, now say they believe something is “sketchy” about the official story surrounding the ill-fated submarine. One political commentator with more than 1.5 million followers tweeted, “The Biden regime knew the submarine imploded Sunday – but used their media propagandists to push the “they’re running out of oxygen” story all week to deflect from Hunter’s crimes?”

The President’s son Hunter Biden recently faced criminal charges for tax evasion and unlawfully possessing a firearm but cut a deal with prosecutors allowing him to avoid jail time. Whistleblowers inside the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) now say that the agency wanted to pursue felony charges against Hunter Biden, but the Department of Justice reduced these to misdemeanors.

Furthermore, a whistleblower named Gary Shipley said US Attorney Lesley Wolf told him no search warrant would be granted for a guest house belonging to the President, despite notification that evidence of tax crimes would be found there.

The rumors on social media were prompted by a Wall Street Journal article stating the US Navy “detected an anomaly consistent with an implosion or explosion” at the scene of the submarine’s descent on June 18, the day the vessel went to sea. In the following days, press attention was focused on the Titan story until Thursday, June 22, when it was confirmed those aboard Titan had perished.

The Titan submarine, owned and operated by OceanGate, traveled deep into the North Atlantic Ocean to visit the wreck of the Titanic on the ocean floor. It lost communication with the surface less than two hours after its departure. The vessel’s debris was located close to the bow of the Titanic and was brought to land on June 28.

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