Hawking his memoir: ‘Beautiful Things’ Hunter Biden told CBS News, in an interview set to broadcast this Sunday that the laptop “absolutely” could have belonged to him.
When asked whether he could give a yes or no answer, Biden replied “I have no idea.”
Of course, it’s laughable that Hunter can’t remember considering this drug-addicted moron is now promoting a book that’s supposedly based on his memories of a lifetime spent in the gutter.
Months after it was alleged that a laptop revealed Hunter Biden's business interests in China and Ukraine, the president's son tells Tracy Smith that the laptop "could be" his
— CBS Sunday Morning 🌞 (@CBSSunday) April 2, 2021
The infamous laptop was discovered in a Delaware repair shop in 2019 and handed last year to Donald Trump’s attorney Rudy Giuliani, the laptop – which receipts indicated belonged to Hunter – contained a tranche of emails that appeared to implicate the Biden family in numerous foreign graft schemes, all while Joe was in the White House as vice president.
Among the schemes was an alleged cash-for-access plot, where Hunter was paid handsomely by a Ukrainian energy company to set up meetings between its executives and Joe Biden.
And there was an attempt to set up a business venture in China, with ten percent of profits kicked up to Joe, allegedly referred to as “the big guy” in messages on the computer.
Twitter went so far as to feeze the New York Post’s account and Facebook – whose ‘election integrity’ chief was a former adviser to Joe Biden – quashed the story while its third-party “fact-checkers” pored over it.
While Hunter cried that the laptop may have been “stolen,” the computer technician who provided a copy of its contents to the FBI, saying he “saw stuff” law enforcement might be interested in.
Also produced an order from his repair shop that shows Hunter Biden signing off on the repair of three laptops.
But despite Hunter Biden’s signature on the repair order, Biden told CBS:
“Certainly, there could be a laptop out there that was stolen from me,
It could be that I was hacked, it could be that it was Russian intelligence. It could be that it was stolen from me,”
Hunter Biden: My Laptop Was Hacked
Hunter’s suggestion that his laptop may have been “hacked” was the same line used by Twitter in justifying its censorship of the Post’s articles, as the platform has a policy against the distribution of “hacked materials.”
The “Russian intelligence” theory was the one pushed by US intelligence operatives, Democratic lawmakers, and Joe Biden’s campaign staff, even though there was zero evidence of this.
The Director of National Intelligence at the time, John Ratcliffe, as well as the FBI, publicly stated that there was no reason to suspect Russian involvement in the leak.
Ultimately, the media blackballing the trove of information on Hunter Biden’s laptops kept the content from derailing Joe Biden’s bid for the White House.
Now, with Joe Biden securely in the White House and Donald Trump’s court challenges to the stolen 2020 election DOA.
Conservatives and even some liberals social media commentators hammered the mainstream media and Big Tech for suppressing the story when it could have exposed the Biden crime family for what they are.
I'm glad that journalists and tech companies put a blockade on this information ahead of the election
— Comfortably Smug (@ComfortablySmug) April 2, 2021
Hey @andymstone. Where’s that fact check that you all were working on regarding the New York Post’s Hunter Biden laptop stories that Facebook suppressed and censored?
Hunter Biden says laptop at center of Post exposé could 'absolutely' belong to him https://t.co/ogYWDCAAKc
— Arthur Schwartz (@ArthurSchwartz) April 2, 2021
Remember: when reporting on this story was suppressed by Facebook before the election, it was a life-long Democratic operative, @AndymStone, who announced FB's decision. Even more disturbing: FB's head of content election-moderation, Anna Makanju, was a long-time Biden advisor. https://t.co/UWl7GtnJwG
— Glenn Greenwald (@ggreenwald) April 2, 2021