DOJ Admit’s Hunter Laptop Is Real 

Featured On Political Intel January 17,2024

The Department of Justice has finally admitted that the infamous laptop from hell belonged to first son Hunter Biden, following months of silence on the issue.

The New York Post first broke the news of the existence of Hunter’s laptop in 2020, heading into the last presidential election. The Post came in contact with the contents of the laptop after the first son abandoned it at a local repair shop in President Joe Biden’s home state of Delaware in April 2019.

However, many of the president’s supporters argued that the laptop contents were Russian disinformation. Over 50 former senior intelligence officials signed on to a letter alleging that the content of the laptop had all the features of a Russian information operation.

The Justice Department, for the first time in a new court filing, admitted that the laptop contents were indeed legitimate.

Prosecutors from the Justice Department wrote in the court filing that IRS and FBI investigators had obtained a search warrant for tax violations on Biden, leading them to “various” backup data accounts. The filing also noted that the investigator later obtained a laptop Hunter had left at a computer store.

“In August 2019, IRS and FBI investigators obtained a search warrant for tax violations for the defendant’s Apple iCloud account. In response to that warrant, in September 2019, Apple produced backups of data from various of the defendant’s electronic devices that he had backed up to his iCloud account,” the court documents stated. “Investigators also later came into possession of the defendant’s Apple MacBook Pro, which he had left at a computer store. A search warrant was also obtained for his laptop and the results of the search were largely duplicative of information investigators had already obtained from Apple.”

The Justice Department’s admission further vindicates The Post after social media outfits, including X, formerly known as Twitter, and Facebook, locked the media outlets of its account following reporting on the laptop.

Despite the heavy social media censorship and the letter from the partisan former intelligence officials, The Post stood by its reporting and refused to take it down.

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