Rudy Giuliani Predicts ‘My Son Hunter’ Will Be Censored As Much As Possible By Media


Rudy Giuliani, a former New York mayor and a key figure in the unveiling of the Hunter Biden laptop to public attention, predicted that My Son Hunter would be “censored as far as possible” by mainstream media and political figures.

Guiliani spoke with Robert Davi, My Son Hunter director (Licensed to Kill, Die Hard, The Goonies), on his podcast “Common Sense.” Guiliani stated that My Son Hunter, “Which appears to be a very top-quality production from a highly-quality director, actor, and director, is going to censor as much as possible. This will be done by those who believe they control the United States, our government, and our media, as well as those who think they own our businesses.”

Guiliani said, “This is a cancellation program.” “This takes more courage than going up against the mafia.”

Davi responded, “Today’s politicians are worse than the mafia.”

Davi spoke of how media worked tirelessly during 2020 to censor Hunter Biden’s laptop. Giuliani had reviewed it after the FBI failed in a formal investigation.

Davi said, “As I watched the Trump presidency and the Roman Senate and the Julius Caesar Roman Senate. The assassination on the steps of Capitol, from the left or the right,”

“To see the political process and how the media have betrayed American people and not getting that story about the laptop out, which you were the premier person to discover it and talk about it. This will lead to some of your suffering.”

It seems that the story is getting better, Davi said. Within 48 hours of its premiere, My Son Hunter’s trailer has been viewed more than one million times on social media.

My Son Hunter marks Breitbart’s entry into film distribution. Laurence Fox plays Hunter Biden (Victoria Inspector Lewis, The Professor, and the Madman); Gina Carano (The Mandalorian Dead Pool, Heist, Heist) is a Secret Service Agent; John James (Dynasty), is Joe Biden.