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Politico confirms Hunter Biden laptop em   The Newsy You: News of Today

Started 9/23/21 by WALTER784; 46392 views.
WALTER784
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From: WALTER784

Apr-20

Well, the FBI, DOJ, main stream media AND big tech are now ALL complicit in covering up Hunter Biden's laptop and falsely attempting to frame Trump for doing exactly what Joe Biden and his son Hunter actually did.

Joe Biden IS compromised!
 
And even MSN is attempting to clear their name (* ROFLMAO *) after they were discovered...
 
 
FWIW
madison2871

From: madison2871

Apr-20

And his dad will pardon him

WALTER784
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From: WALTER784

Apr-20

If he's still in office when it happens.

FWIW

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From: Showtalk

Apr-20

He will if he can.

madison2871

From: madison2871

Apr-21

My son at first said who would leave a lap top like that some where.Well I hope they  bring them all down.He was on an energy  company in Ukraine *Hunter)  and Biden was getting a cut. .. 

WALTER784
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From: WALTER784

Apr-21

madison2871 said...

who would leave a lap top like that some where

Not "a" laptop... Actually, he lost 3 laptops. Not 1... not 2... but 3!!!

Two have been recovered and accounted for but a 3rd is presumed to be in Russian hands.

As for who would do that? Only a crack head!!!

FWIW

  • Edited April 21, 2022 9:31 am  by  WALTER784
madison2871

From: madison2871

Apr-21

My son believes the media . I didn't know  Russia had   one. Thats why Putins bombing   the Ukraine/ Biden  should be ashamed of himself.

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From: WALTER784

Apr-21

Hunter Biden's scandals hitting attorney general

Merrick Garland had promised to keep DOJ above 'political influence'

Bob Unruh By Bob Unruh
Published April 4, 2022 at 10:27am

The scandals of Hunter Biden long have impacted him, his family, and even his father, Joe Biden. But now there's concern being raised that they also will hit at Attorney General Merrick Garland.
 
It's because he pledged "to protect the Justice Department from such conflicts and to avoid even the appearances of political influence," according to a new column from popular legal commentator Jonathan Turley.
 
But conflicts now abound, with a federal investigation of possible criminal behavior on Hunter Biden's part, and Joe Biden's insistence his son did nothing wrong.
 
The Washington Examiner now has explained that Ron Klain, Joe Biden's chief of staff, told ABC that the senior Biden is confident his son didn't break any law.
 
The report explained, "Klain was asked if Biden is confident that his family didn’t cross any ethical lines when receiving millions of dollars from Chinese businessmen."
 
"The president is confident that his family did the right thing," Klain said. "But again, I just want to be really clear — these are actions by Hunter and his [Joe Biden’s] brother. They’re private matters. They don’t involve the president. And they certainly are something that no one at the White House is involved in."
 
Earlier, it was White House Communications Director Kate Bedingfield who was on Hunter Biden's defense team, explaining, in response to published reports from the Washington Post that Hunter Biden took him millions of dollars, from the Chinese, for the family business, that, Joe Biden believed his son had not made any money in China.
 
"We absolutely stand by the president’s comment, and I would point you to the reporting on this, which referenced statements that we made at the time that we gave to the Washington Post who worked on this story," Bedingfield said. That was "Despite clear evidence that Hunter Biden had received millions from Chinese businessmen," the Examiner confirmed.
 
The details were that the Chinese Communist Party-linked CEFC energy company "paid $4.8 million to entities controlled by" Hunter Biden and James Biden, the Washington Post confirmed last week.
 
Sens. Chuck Grassley and Ron Johnson, however, had concluded in their own investigation that they found "potential criminal activity relating to transactions among and between Hunter Biden, his family, and his associates with Ukrainian, Russian, Kazakh and Chinese nationals."
 
Now Turley noted the probe has expanded beyond impacts on the Bidens.
 
"It is clear that the president 'absolutely' stands by his son and that the media absolutely stands by the president. The question is whether Garland will stand by justice and appoint a special counsel," he explained.
 
He explained, "Garland pledged to protect the Justice Department from such conflicts and to avoid even the appearance of political influence. He now has a president stating that alleged wrongdoing by his son is 'absolutely' untrue, including dealings possibly impacting the president personally and financially. If Garland declines to appoint a special counsel, he will absolutely fail on his pledge."
 
Turley concluded that the claims about Hunter Biden doing "nothing" that was "unethical" "appear demonstrably false."
 
He said that makes the position held by Garland – and much of the legacy media – "untenable."
 
"For the media, the ongoing investigation of Hunter Biden by U.S. Attorney David Weiss in Delaware has presented a growing danger of self-indictment over its prior coverage (or noncoverage). Weiss has called a long line of witnesses before a grand jury, and there is growing expectation of criminal charges against Hunter Biden," he explained.
 
"Thus, The New York Times, The Washington Post, CNN and other media faced the embarrassing prospect of an indictment based on a story they previously suggested was either a nonstory or Russian disinformation. Suddenly, in recent days, they all rushed to declare the story legitimate, 18 months after the New York Post reported it in October 2020."
 
At that time, just
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From: WALTER784

Apr-25

Well, those 51 informants are in for a surprise...

GOP DEMANDS ‘EXPERTS’ WHO DISMISSED HUNTER BIDEN LAPTOP FESS UP — OR FACE SUBPOENAS

April 6, 2022
By Steven Nelson

WASHINGTON — House Judiciary Committee Republicans are demanding that 51 former intelligence operatives divulge information about their 2020 statement that documents from Hunter Biden’s laptop could be Russian disinformation — with a senior GOP aide telling The Post that the ex-spies should expect subpoenas next year if they fail to comply.
 
All 19 Republicans on the panel signed a letter to the intelligence community stalwarts demanding records on their claim that the laptop story had “all the classic earmarks of a Russian information operation” — a statement which helped the Biden campaign discourage pre-election coverage of emails linking Joe Biden to his son’s business ventures in China and Ukraine.
 
Documents from the laptop were belatedly verified in the past month by the Washington Post and New York Times as a federal investigation into the first son over possible tax fraud, money laundering and foreign lobbying crimes heats up.
 
“We now know from subsequent reporting that the New York Post’s article about Hunter Biden was not, as you and your co-signatories alleged, part of a ‘Russian information operation’,” the GOP letter says. “This belated verification of the Post’s reporting raises fresh questions about the public statement you signed in October 2020.”
 
The letter signed by Reps. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio), Darrell Issa (R-Calif.), Mike Johnson (R-La.) and others demands that the ex-intelligence operatives — including former CIA directors John Brennan, Leon Panetta and Michael Hayden, as well as ex-Director of National Intelligence James Clapper — “identify all people with whom you communicated about the inception, drafting, editing, signing, publishing, or promotion” of the statement and provide “all documents and communications referring or relating to” that effort.
 
“Although this statement acknowledged that you had seen no actual ‘evidence’ of Russian involvement with respect to the publication of Hunter Biden’s emails, you nonetheless conveyed a ‘deep suspicio[n] that the Russian government played a significant role in the case.’ Later in the statement, you went further to state a ‘view’—not merely a suspicion anymore—’that the Russians are involved in the Hunter Biden email issue,'” the letter recounts.
 
“At best, the public statement was a reckless attempt by you and your co-signatories to erroneously opine about purported election interference. At worse—and more likely—the public statement was a deliberate and coordinated effort to mislead the American people about information relevant to the 2020 presidential election by invoking your national security experience to falsely suggest that the allegations about Hunter Biden were not based in fact.”
 
Democrats currently control the House of Representatives, but Republicans are favored to win the November midterm elections, which would allow them to wield subpoena powers next year that can compel potential witnesses in any congressional investigation to produce documents and submit to questioning.
 
A senior GOP aide told The Post that “these intelligence officials have a choice: either cooperate now, or face the consequences when Republicans take the majority next year.”
 
“If they have nothing to hide, it shouldn’t be hard for them to work with the committee,” the source said.
 
The Post’s initial October 2020 bombshell based on the trove of Hunter Biden emails revealed that Vadym Pozharskyi, an executive at the Ukrainian gas company Burisma, emailed Hunter in 2015 to thank him for the chance to meet his father — directly contradicting Biden’s 2019 claim that he’d “never spoken” with his son about “his overseas business dealings.”
 
Hunter Biden was paid a reported $1 million per year to serve on Burisma’s board while his vice president dad led the Obama administration’s Ukraine policy.
 
The Biden campaign vaguely denied that the meeting occurred, saying, “[W]e have reviewed Joe Biden’s official schedules from the time and no meeting, as alleged by the New York Post, ever took place.” Twitter banned sharing of The Post’s article and locked The Post out of its accounts, and Facebook squelched circulation of the story.
 
Photos and emails subsequently reported by The Post i
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