Thursday 6 June 2024

Hunter Biden Gun Trial Confirms Laptop Was Real All Along

 While numerous media outlets and the Department of Justice have previously concluded that the Hunter Biden laptop was real, the trial of the president’s son has further confirmed its legitimacy.

Prosecutors on Tuesday held up the infamous laptop, which Hunter left at a Delaware repair shop in 2019 and was the subject of a bombshell New York Post report in the month before the 2020 election. FBI agent Erika Jensen testified in court that the agency had verified the laptop as belonging to Hunter through its serial number and records from Apple, CNN reported.

The prosecution further shared images from the laptop and Hunter’s iCloud account showing him half- or fully nude, holding crack pipes, and with a bong in the background.

On Wednesday, Jensen testified that no tampering had occurred with Hunter’s laptop, replying “no” when asked by the prosecution on redirect if she had seen any evidence of tampering, according to Breitbart reporter Wendell Husebo.

The laptop’s authenticity is important because many in President Joe Biden’s camp attempted to discredit the Post’s original reporting in October 2020. The computer revealed evidence that Hunter introduced his father – then vice president of the U.S. – to a Ukrainian businessman less than a year before Joe pressured Ukrainian government officials to fire a prosecutor investigating the businessman’s company. This meeting took place a year after Hunter was inexplicably hired to the board of a Ukrainian energy firm and paid up to $50,000 a month.

Following the Post’s reporting, Big Tech companies, including Twitter(now X) and Facebook, worked to suppress the story. Documents released in December 2022 by X CEO Elon Musk revealed that the FBI paid Twitter millions of dollars for its “legal process response.” They repeatedly warned its company’s executives to censor the story.


In addition to Big Tech censorship, 51 former intelligence officials signed a public letter claiming the laptop story had “all the hallmarks” of Russian disinformation. Those officials, including former CIA directors Michael Hayden and John Brennan, as well as ex-Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, have refused to apologize or admit they were wrong.

Hunter is charged with lying on a form in order to purchase a handgun in October 2018. Because Hunter is a drug addict, he should have checked a box indicating such, and not doing so amounted to making a false statement material to a firearms sale and making a false statement in a firearms transaction record, Reuters reported. Those are the first two charges against Hunter. The third relates to Hunter violating a law banning drug users and addicts from possessing firearms.

In addition to the charges Hunter faces in Delaware, he is also accused of evading taxes in California.

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