If the FBI was in possession of Hunter Biden's emails & failed to alert the @WhiteHouse to its existence that would have given more weight to President @realDonaldTrump's legal defense, this was a gross error in judgement & a severe violation of trust. https://t.co/8kub8IiV9Q
— Rep Andy Biggs (@RepAndyBiggsAZ) October 15, 2020
Hunter Biden, the son of Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden, did something nearly every American would never do. Hunter took his laptop to John Paul Mac Isaac, who owns The Mac Shop in Wilmington, Delaware a computer repair store and then left it there. Hunter never paid for the repairs to his laptop and therefore the laptop became the property of the store owner. When the store owner saw what was on Hunter Biden’s laptop he immediately turned it over to the FBI but kept a copy of what was on the hard drive.
Now the story gets interesting.
The FBI never got back to the computer store owner. So then Mr. Isaac sent a member of Congress and a nonprofit website copies of what was on Hunter Biden’s laptop. Again, like the FBI, both did nothing with the information provided. Finally, the information was sent to Rudy Giuliani, a former U.S. Attorney and mayor of New York City, who then turned it over to the New York Post. The New York Post then published a story titled “Smoking-gun email reveals how Hunter Biden introduced Ukrainian businessman to VP dad.”
What was on Hunter Biden’s laptop was damning to both himself and his father Joe.
Once the New York Post story, complete with emails and videos from the laptop, got into the public arena big tech, i.e. Twitter and Facebook, stepped in quickly to suppress the information. In the minds of Twitter and Facebook, the American people have no right to know the truth about Hunter and Joe Biden’s quid pro quo dealings with foreign governments and companies to enrich themselves.
Tucker Carlson with an absolutely damning walkthrough of Hunter Biden and Joe Biden’s corrupt dealings where Hunter sold access to his Vice President father. pic.twitter.com/gzhsvftddW
— Steve Guest (@SteveGuest) October 15, 2020
All we can say is like father, like son!
©Dr. Rich Swier, Ed.D. All rights reserved.
McEnany claims Twitter holding her 'at gunpoint' until she deletes New York Post's Hunter Biden reporthttps://t.co/5cHOglkWPI
— Fox News (@FoxNews) October 15, 2020
“When a Democratic voter in December suggested Burisma hired Hunter purely for access to his dad, Joe called the guy ‘fat’ and challenged him to a push-up contest…Now we have an idea why.”https://t.co/XMtVAjQlyD
— GOP (@GOP) October 15, 2020