When We Don’t Know What We Don’t Know

President Joe Biden, first lady Jill Biden and Hunter Biden watch fireworks on the South Lawn of the White House on July 4, 2023, in Washington, D.C. (Photo by Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images)


I often get asked, “Do you really want to eat that whole thing?” But that’s not important right now.

I also get asked why I haven’t written much about the Biden corruption allegations—or the debunking of the Biden allegations.

My short answer is, I don’t know who’s right—or whether anyone is. That’s the funny thing about partisan binaries. People think that if one side says X and the other side says not X, one of them has to be right. Very often both are wrong, or a little right, or entirely right based on bad facts, or, well you get the point. 

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