In what can only be described as a slow-motion October surprise, the story regarding a laptop allegedly belonging to Hunter Biden has taken yet another strange turn.
When the story was first reported by the New York Post, there were plenty of media outlets who doubted the validity of the details. First, the timing seemed to be awfully convenient, given that the 2020 election was just around the corner. Secondly, Rudy Giuliani was involved, which isn’t usually a good sign when it comes to serious political bombshells.
Twitter and other social media platforms began throttling the story, or censoring the New York Post article altogether, on account of the credibility issues surrounding the laptop saga.
But this week the FBI revealed another tidbit of information about the device, which was originally brought to their attention over one year ago.
Fox News reported on Wednesday that it had obtained documentary evidence indicating the FBI had subpoenaed Biden’s alleged laptop from a local Delaware computer repair shop while looking into a matter involving money laundering. It remains unclear if the supposed investigation which elicited the original subpoena is still ongoing or has been resolved.
One of Hunter Biden’s former business partners has verified the authenticity of at least one of the emails on the device, but there are still serious doubts as to whether or not any subsequent disclosures from the device, or Rudy Giuliani’s copy of it, can be trusted.
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