As the Biden administration has been embarrassed by a series of scandals over the past week, it was revealed that the United States Navy knew the Titan submarine imploded days ago, causing all five passengers on board to die.
The news cycle has been dominated by the Canadian and United States Navy’s rescue efforts for days while stories that were damaging to Biden took a back seat.
In just the past week, Hunter Biden pled guilty to two misdemeanor tax charges and announced his intention to plead guilty to gun and drug charges.
It was later revealed that the Department of Justice inserted itself into the investigation to prevent scrutiny on Joe Biden, who is allegedly involved in Hunter Biden’s play-for-play bribery schemes with foreign countries.
If it is true that the Biden administration intentionally withheld the information, it caused the families of the five passengers to hold out false hope for days and wasted the time of thousands of servicemen and women and millions of dollars in resources in a useless rescue effort.
The breaking development is just one example of how the Biden administration has weaponized the United States government, from intelligence agencies to the military, to shield himself and his family from scrutiny while persecuting his political opponents.
Already, the Navy’s suppression of crucial information about the Titan is leading to speculation.
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The WSJ is reporting the US Navy detected the Titan implosion on Sunday but Biden held the news until today's whistleblower testimony on Hunter
The entire thing was a distraction op
— Jack Poso 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) June 22, 2023
A U.S. Navy acoustic system detected an ‘anomaly’ Sunday that was likely the Titan’s fatal implosion, according to a senior military official.
The Navy went back and analyzed its acoustic data after the Titan submersible was reported missing Sunday. Coast Guard officials on Thursday announced that the craft suffered a catastrophic implosion, killing all five aboard.
That anomaly was “consistent with an implosion or explosion in the general vicinity of where the TITAN submersible was operating when communications were lost,” according to the senior Navy official.
The official spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss a sensitive acoustic detection system.
The Navy passed on the information to the Coast Guard, which continued its search.
The Wall Street Journal on Thursday first reported the Navy’s involvement.