By Jean Patrick Grumberg – on October 21, 2020
How it all started
It has been almost a week since the New York Post published the first round of information as to the contents of Hunter Biden’s laptop that was recovered from a Delaware repair shop.
Hunter dropped it off for repair, then forgot about it. Apparently the shop owner tried to reach him, but couldn’t. According to the agreement Hunter signed, and state law, after so much time went by, and Hunter did not claim the property, the laptop now belonged to the shop owner. So the hard drive and data on it was obtained 100 percent legally.
The partner turned whistleblower
Bevan Cooney, the former business associate of former Vice President Joe Biden’s son Hunter Biden, flipped on the Biden family, and gave investigative reporter and New York Times bestselling author Peter Schweizer complete access to Cooney’s gmail account.
There’s a shocking amount of information about deals involving China, involving Russia, involving all sorts of things they were trying to pull off” told Schweizer to Glenn Beck.
Cooney is currently serving a prison sentence for his involvement in a fraudulent business bond scheme with Biden and Archer. Now, he has been moved from his cell.
On Tuesday, several days after emails Cooney provided to Breitbart News senior contributor Peter Schweizer and journalist Matthew Tyrmand became public, federal agents moved him from his cell to protect him.
Tyrmand, who is in contact with members of Cooney’s family, told Breitbart News that Cooney was moved from his cell in a federal prison in Oregon around 11:00 a.m. local time on Tuesday. Tyrmand said that Cooney spoke with family members multiple times on Tuesday, which he said is “much more than usual.”
Rudy Giuliani sent Hunter Biden’s laptop with images of underage girls and improper text messages to Delaware State Police.
On Tuesday night, Rudy Giuliani said that he turned the contents of the alleged Hunter Biden laptop over to Delaware State Police because it contained images of underage girls and explicit text messages.
Giuliani confirmed a text message from Hunter to his father in which he talked about his sister-in-law, “who for quite some time was his lover,” he said.
Giuliani read the message on Newsmax TV, saying that “she told my therapist that I was sexually inappropriate” in reference to FaceTiming naked with an underage girl.
Giuliani added that it was “supported by numerous pictures of underage girls.”
Giuliani said moreover that together with Bernie Kerick, the former New York police commissioner, he turned the evidence over to Delaware authorities.
A senior federal law enforcement official told @JakeBGibson:
- FBI & DOJ concur with Ratcliffe that Hunter Biden’s laptop and the emails in question weren’t part of a Russian disinformation campaign.
- The FBI does have possession of the Hunter Biden laptop in question.
It is NOT breaking news that the FBI has the laptop… Its breaking news that we finally figured out they had the laptop.
Now we also figured out they’ve had it for almost a year, and knew about it for longer than a year and did nothing. The FBI investigation into the laptop has been ongoing since December of 2019…there’s a lot going on behind the scenes. A lot. There is a massive amount of info and they did nothing with it.
From multiple agents:
“They knew right away it wasn’t a Russia operation. It went right to the top of the FBI because a Biden name was attached. That’s normal with any well known name. The question that needs asking, why wasn’t any info about Russia/Ukraine shared with Congress?”
We know why: since Trump has been president, we have discovered that all branches of government have been infiltrated by the left, from the bottom up, from the simple civil servant to the top level.
The first round of information we learned from Hunter’s laptop had to do with alleged, shady business dealings and influence peddling with regard to Hunter Biden’s father when he was vice president under the Obama administration: Ukrainian energy company Burisma Holdings, and a Chinese delegation who wanted favorable White House treatment.
Joe Biden sold the influence of his office to China and Ukraine. And we shouldn’t forget that Hunter Biden received a $3.5 million check from the wife of the former mayor of Moscow, Russia.
Hunter’s Emails show that he allegedly sold access to his father, the then-vice president.
Burisma Holdings, the corrupt Ukrainian natural energy company, paid Hunter $50,000 a month so they had access to his father. Down the road, the former vice-president helped keep the company out of legal trouble by getting the prosecutor who was investigating the company fired. He did that by threatening to withhold aid to Ukraine if the prosecutor was kept in his position. He was ultimately canned.
In China, Hunter allegedly worked up a scheme that was mutually beneficial. In addition to receiving a payment for access, 10 percent was to go to the “Big Guy,” which has been confirmed to be Joe Biden.
Giuliani also mentioned there is a memo from Hunter Biden’s laptop describing how “three Chinese communists” were sending cash to “the big guy,” which Giuliani says was in reference to Joe Biden. And evidence surfaced that Biden met with Chinese officials at the WH while VP, and never logged the meeting officially. What was he hiding?
Biden is owed by China
After Joe Biden announced he was running for President in April 2018, the Biden Center at the University of Pennsylvania received over $70 million from China, of which $22 million were listed as “Anonymous.”
The Biden Center “has allegedly failed to disclose $70 million in gifts from China since 2017,” including $22 million from an anonymous donor.
Under federal law, foreign gifts over $250,000 must be disclosed to the government. Additionally, the name of the donor must be listed in the disclosure.
The National Legal and Policy Center filed a complaint last week with the Department of Education over the University of Pennslyvania’s Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement’s failure to disclose large gifts from China.
According to a report by Campus Reform, the Biden Center at UPenn is facing heightened scrutiny this week over a series of gifts from China that were not properly disclosed to the federal government.
The Bidens don’t deny
No one from the Biden campaign has confirmed or denied whether or not the laptop was Hunter’s.
No one from the campaign has said whether or not the emails are legitimate. They have simply remained quiet on the issue. The only exception was when a Biden surrogate failed to spin the story and when Biden himself lashed out at a reporter for asking about the allegations.
The Washington Examiner reached out to the Biden campaign and Hunter Biden’s lawyer for comment on Giuliani’s latest claims but didn’t get a response. Again, no denial.
The Russia hoax- again
John Ratcliffe, the Director of National Intelligence, on Monday, said that Hunter Biden’s laptop and the emails on it “is not part of some Russian disinformation campaign,” despite claims from House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, D-Calif.
“Let me be clear: the intelligence community doesn’t believe that because there is no intelligence that supports that,” Ratcliffe said. “And we have shared no intelligence with Adam Schiff, or any member of Congress.”
Despite a letter of dozens of former officials saying this is Russian disinformation, the FBI has also confirmed that it has the laptop and it is not Russian disinformation. If so, what intelligence was Schiff referencing? None. He is lying.
A senior intel official told the Federalist:
“Just so everyone understands, the people who actually have access to evidence and intel (DNI/DOJ) say the laptop isn’t a Russian op. The people who don’t (Schiff) say it is. But which of these groups is the media breathlessly reporting on?”
Fifty senior intelligence officials who have not seen the hard disk, who have not receive intel from the intel community, who never told that the FBI had Hunter’s laptop, signed a letter saying that the Hunter Biden email story may be Russian disinformation.
And so went one of the media’s favorite past times: Promoting open letters that confirm biases, signed by people with fancy titles and zero knowledge, and presenting their opinion as if it was a fact.
And they missed to ask the real question: who contacted these 50 very nice individuals? With what goal? To investigate the story? No, to kill it. Did they spontaneously, all at the sale time as a coincidence, came out with their testimony?
Again: the FBI and Justice Department officials concur with an assessment from Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe that the laptop is not part of a Russian disinformation campaign targeting Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden.
Politician do their job
Ron Johnson asked Secret Service to verify Hunter Biden’s travel history after email bombshell.
President Trump on Tuesday called on Attorney General William Barr to investigate the son of Joe Biden, putting pressure on the Justice Department to look into his political opponent just two weeks before Election Day.
“We have got to get the attorney general to act. He’s got to act and he’s got to act fast,” Trump said on “Fox & Friends,” citing the New York Post report about Hunter Biden’s business dealings.
Trump called on Barr to “appoint somebody” to handle the matter, backing a group of House Republicans who have asked Barr to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate the details in the Post story.
“This is major corruption and this has to be known about before the election,” Trump said.
But the FBI, in a letter to Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Chairman Ron Johnson, R-Wis., who is investigating Hunter Biden’s business dealings, as well as his laptop, said that the bureau has “nothing to add at this time to the October 19th public statement by the Director of National Intelligence about the available actionable intelligence.”
“If actionable intelligence is developed, the FBI in consultation with the Intelligence Community will evaluate the need to provide defensive briefings to you and the Committee pursuant to the established notification framework,” the letter stated.
The NYT reports on Trump having a Chinese bank account, but not Hunter Biden holding a 10% stake in a Chinese venture for Joe Biden. This is just straight-up media corruption.
Media said it is a smear campaign, a conspiracy theory, and Russian disinformation. One thing the media didn’t do is try to verify the information, because they’re afraid of what they might find out. Is it despicable journalism, or just business as usual. I leave it to you to decide.
Washington Free Beacon founding editor Matthew Continetti on Tuesday said the media are afraid to cover the New York Post‘s reporting on Hunter Biden’s emails.
“You see how intimidated they are, Bret, by Joe Biden’s kind of snappish response to this CBS reporter who asked him about it,” Continetti said. “They’re refusing to take up any story that might damage Joe Biden’s chances in the final two weeks of this election.”
When the Democratic nominee was asked about the emails on Friday, he said he had “no response” and scolded Erickson for posing the question.
“I know you’d ask it,” Biden said. “I have no response. It’s another smear campaign, right up your alley, those are the questions you always ask.”