An October 2020 article from the New York Post, which was published a month before the 2020 presidential elections, elaborated on the laptop and its contents. The aforementioned MacBook was dropped off at a computer repair shop in Delaware back in April 2019. While the shop owner was unable to verify if Hunter himself was the one who delivered the laptop, it had a sticker of the Beau Biden Foundation named after his older brother.
The Post‘s article pointed out that based on emails found on the laptop, the presidential son used his family’s government links to strike out questionable deals with various individuals from Ukraine, China and other countries. These personalities included oligarch and founder of the Burisma energy company Mykola Zlochevsky and Burisma board adviser Vadym Pozharskyi. The Post managed to obtain the laptop’s contents after the Delaware shop owner, copied its contents and turned the copy over to lawyer and former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, who subsequently provided it to the news outlet.
“I was talking to somebody that, you know, doesn’t really know and they’re like: ‘How do you know that the Hunter Biden laptop is real?’ Well, it’s because we saw everything on that laptop. In fact, it’s [the reason] why ‘The Matrixxx Grooove Show’ on YouTube was taken down [on] the day it was released,” revealed Pedersen.
Townsend added: “A lot of people don’t realize that that information was put out there in multiple, different areas. It is out there, [and] they act like it’s only on the laptop. There is a tremendous amount that is out there with these pictures.”
Pedersen also pointed out White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki’s earlier dismissal of the Hunter Biden laptop as “Russian disinformation.” She repeatedly dodged questions about her prior comments, directing reporters to the younger Biden’s representatives and the Department of Justice.
“Psaki said that Hunter Biden’s story is Russian disinfo. In order for [her] to actually show me that it’s not real, she has to go over the Post‘s article and what we have and say ‘No, this is fake. That’s not Hunter Biden’s face, that’s not [his] text message with his real email address and phone number.'” (Related: Politico confirms Hunter Biden laptop story they previously slammed as ‘Russian disinfo.’)
Townsend quoted QAnon Intelligence Drop No. 4891 from October 2020 that alluded to the laptop and why it was left at the Delaware computer repair shop.
The QAnon drop stated: “Why would Hunter Biden risk turning over such material to a computer shop, [with] contents unrestricted? On purpose – years of being treated poorly by [the elder Biden] – or simple negligence? If such information existed on [the] laptop, why wouldn’t [the] contents be claimed [despite] several attempts … to contact [and] messages left?”
“Why wouldn’t Hunter Biden want to reclaim, knowing the contents on the drive could bury Pops and family? A troubled life? A troubled family? Looks can be deceiving.”
According to Pedersen, the owner of the computer repair shop where Hunter Biden’s MacBook was dropped turned over the laptop to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).
“He sent that to the FBI [and] the FBI totally ignored it – but he kept a copy of the hard drive,” he said.
Townsend pointed out that the FBI refusing to act on the laptop means they cannot move yet, given the investigation by Special Counsel John Durham.
“There’s all kinds of stuff going on in the background that we don’t see, and you’re not getting any leaks,” Townsend said. “Not only is it real, but it is incriminating for thousands and thousands. It was unbelievable how much stuff was just left on that laptop. Very interesting course of events that occurred with that laptop, and it’s going to be relevant in the future. I promise you that.”
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