Stolen? The letter refers to an interview conducted in Oct. 2020 in which the proprietor of the Delaware computer repair business where a drug-addled Hunter left the laptop stated he could not really definitively id Hunter as being the person that dropped it off in April 2019. There is only one issue with that: when the laptop was dropped off, John Paul Mac Isaac, the business owner, supplied a receipt that was signed by Hunter authorizing maintenance on the computer.
The claim made by the lawyers that Mac Isaac was not permitted to duplicate the device’s contents is absurd given that doing so is a necessary step in fixing it.
The claim made by Hunter’s attorneys is that the laptop’s data was altered. It will surely be the laptop’s most damaging documents, which his attorneys will claim have been altered.
Since the notion that the laptop was “Russian misinformation” and a shady political ploy, we have certainly come a long way. Why did Hunter act in this way? According to the editors of the New York Post:
“Republicans in Congress are starting probes, so lying about the laptop will no longer be an option. Under Elon Musk, Twitter won’t obstruct news by suppressing it, and even The New York Times reluctantly acknowledged that Hunter’s emails are real.”
A forensic expert said the “smoking gun” email in the New York Post’s initial report was “100 percent legitimate” weeks before the 2020 election, but that expert was ignored by the lapdog media for several months, which helped Joe Biden win.
Hunter Biden is a spoilt, drug- and sex-dependent corruptocrat who has lived off of his blood-stained money for decades*. He is the offspring of a narcissistic, morally reprehensible father and stepmother. This letter is an additional attempt to evade accountability and continue the scam, and it was probably paid with money from the CCP.
We cannot let it to occur. Republicans must fulfill their commitment to thoroughly examine the offenses that are listed in the files on that laptop.
The lawyers for Hunter Biden are now claiming that their most recent demand letters do not amount to an acknowledgment that Hunter really owns the laptop.
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