On September 7, 2022, Breitbart is scheduled to release a film that revolves around the Biden family and, more importantly, Hunter Biden. Titled “My Son Hunter,” the movie follows the son of President Joe Biden as he struggles with his addiction to guns, women, drugs, and partying. Not to mention his juggling of Chinese businessmen, the numerous stories surrounding his forgotten laptop, Ukraine, and of course, more drugs. With the film less than two weeks away, director Robert Davi, Breitbart Editor-in-Chief Alex Marlow, author Peter Schweizer, and Donald Trump Jr. took part in a panel discussion hosted by Truth Social CEO Devin Nunes. With each discussing “My Son Hunter,” Trump Jr. admitted that the burying of the original story cost his father the 2020 election. 

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Before getting into what Donald Trump Jr. had to say about the 2020 election and the Biden family, check out the trailer for “My Son Hunter” below. One of the first people to report on the corruption following Hunter Biden, Peter Schweizer, noted, “It’s such an unbelievable story in a way. I mean, imagine if you were a screenwriter, and you went to producers in L.A., and you said, ‘Hey, I’ve got this idea for a film. It’s going to be [about] the vice president’s son. He’s going to take tens of millions of dollars from the Chinese. He’s going to be a coke addict. And then he’s going to leave his laptop computer at a repair store. And that thing’s going to [be made public], but the mainstream media is going to try to cover it up.’ I mean, the producers would just laugh you out of the room. Yet, that’s exactly what happened.”

As for what Donald Trump Jr. had to say about the Hunter Biden laptop and its effect on the 2020 election: “The story was out, but they did whatever they could to cover it up, and that’s part of the problem. That’s why I love that you guys went about doing this [film] because even though the story existed in the ether, social, entertainment, mainstream media, no one would actually cover it because they understood that it would hurt their cause and their narrative. Now we know something like 17 percent of all people would not have voted for Joe Biden just on the suspicion that where there’s smoke, there’s fire…That would have changed the election. So, you can see how these things were manipulated so, so flagrantly.”

While the full panel discussion can be watched above, Devin Nunes chimed in with his own take, pointing to the silence from the FBI and the Russian disinformation campaign. Robert Davi said, “This is a story that the FBI should be all over, and they’re nowhere to be seen. This is the biggest story in America as far as I’m concerned because the corruption has been kept from the public.”