The story of Hunter Biden suing the IRS. One fact that was in all three stories was that Hunter Biden will sue the IRS. The next fact was that the information was given by an IRS whistleblower to Congress. One difference is the Hill article states more about what he’s suing for without trying to make Hunter sound innocent. It uses quotes from Biden’s attorneys as facts. The article by the Washington Examiner focuses more on just defending the whistleblowers by stating that Biden’s attorneys are “amping up their outrageous attempts”. The article by the Times states “Similarly, Mr. Biden has no fewer or lesser rights than any other American citizen, and no government agency or government agent has free reign to violate his rights simply because of who he is,”. This helps defend Hunter by showing that just because they brought to light the issues with Hunter doesn’t mean they are exempt from the laws that were broken. I noticed that The Examiner and The NY TIME use words to try to change the reader’s perspective. Such as how Examiner use the word outrageous to try and have the reader see the whole ordeal as something crazy and without bases. The Examiner had Just world hypothesis bias in my eyes. The way it sounds feels as though its saying even though what the whistleblowers did might have been legally wrong it should be fine and fair since they did it to share information of wrongdoing and that makes it right.

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