The Justice Department (DOJ) confirmed in a court filing this week that Hunter Biden’s laptop is real after years of suppressing the information that could have altered the 2020 presidential election.
According to recent polling, a whopping seventy-one percent of Americans believe that truthful reporting of Hunter’s “Laptop from Hell” could have altered the 2020 presidential election.
The “Laptop from Hell” was confirmed by the DOJ by determining that he left it at a computer store, with the contents matching what authorities obtained via a search warrant of Hunter’s iCloud.
“Investigators also later came into possession of the defendant’s Apple MacBook Pro, which he had left at the computer store,” prosecutors wrote.
“A search warrant was also obtained for his laptop and the result of the search warrant were largely duplicative information also obtained for his laptop and the result of the search were largely duplicative of information investigators had already obtained from Apple.”
In the wake of the New York Post’s story on Hunter’s laptop, CNN reporter Natasha Bertrand wrote the now-discredited Politico story that used “dozens of former intel officials” to craft a narrative about the origins of the laptop.
The establishment media took over a year to admit the story was false.
The Washington Post admitted Hunter’s laptop holds “authentic communications that can be verified.”
CNN also admitted Hunter’s “laptop from hell” was real after calling it “Russian disinformation” and “made up” at the time.
The New York Times reported the emails from Hunter’s laptop were his.
Several media personalities also falsely claimed that Hunter’s laptop emails were likely Russian propaganda.
CBS News reporter Lesley Stahl falsely told President Donald Trump that Hunter’s “laptop from hell” could not be verified.
Way before all of the media denying, the FBI authenticated that the president’s son owned the Hunter Biden laptop.
The Daily Fetched reported in June:
They expressed confidence the contents of the laptop had not been manipulated, according to a contemporaneous IRS investigative memo.
A memo penned by IRS Supervisory Criminal Investigative Agent Gary Shapley, now a whistleblower, provided a chronology of how the FBI validated the Hunter Biden Laptop was real as early as November 2019.
“We have no reason to believe there is anything fabricated nefariously on the computer and or hard drive,” the contemporaneous memo stated.
“There are emails and other items that corroborate the items on the laptop and hard drive.”
In a transcribed interview released Thursday by the House Ways and Means Committee, Shapley told Congress that after extensive analysis by FBI computer teams, federal prosecutors personally expressed confidence that the laptop was Hunter Biden’s
“The whole discussion was about: Can we rely on this information on the laptop? Is it Hunter Biden’s? And their opinion was, it was, and it was not manipulated in any way,” Shapley testified.
A congressional lawyer then asked: “It was reliable evidence?”
The agent replied: “That is correct.”