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Hunter Biden’s controversial laptop contents will soon be made available to the public
By Mary Villareal // Apr 08, 2022

Jack Maxey, the former co-host of Steve Bannon's "War Room," is currently in Switzerland to work on an edited version of the Hunter Biden laptop, which he plans to publish on a safe server and make available to the public.


Maxey has been responsible for the laptop coming back into the news. He had been in contact with both the New York Times and the Washington Post, the latter of which received a copy of the laptop's contents. Maxey told both outlets that he plans on going to Switzerland to make a general copy of the laptop available to the public. It wasn't until a few days after his departure that the outlets admitted its authenticity.

"I came here so that we could do a forensic examination of Hunter's laptop safely in a country that still respects human liberty and the ideals of liberal democratic principles," he said. "I do not believe this would have been possible inside the United States. We had numerous attempts on us from trying to do things like this there."

Among the deleted materials Maxey found were the Defense Department's encryption keys, which were deactivated after he was able to contact authorities. However, this suggests that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) never recovered the deleted emails and never made sure to deactivate the keys that pertained to national security.

While the president has largely stayed silent over the revelations, it is unclear if he can maintain his silence anymore. Maxey has threatened to release more online, saying there is around 450 GB worth of deleted files that he will put online. Among these files are 80,000 images and videos and over 120,000 archived emails.

The laptop is also said to contain evidence of apparent criminal activities by Hunter Biden and his associates, which include drug trafficking and prostitution.

The controversial emails that were found also showed President Joe Biden's involvement with his son's financial deals. One of the recently discovered emails on the laptop also showed how the president was involved in his son's shady business dealings.

Shady dealings found in emails

A published email from Hunter's business partner at his Rosemont Seneca firm, Eric Schwerin, said that he is handling the president's taxes and that he's sending the refunds to Hunter by check. (Related: Leading "fact-checker" falsely claimed that Hunter Biden's laptop story was a hoax.)

"Your Dad’s Delaware tax refund check came today. I am depositing it into his account and writing a check in that amount to you since he owes it to you. Don't think I need to run it by him, but if you want to go ahead," the email said.

These words show that the president is in deep financial entanglement with his son's business activities, which include business dealings with Chinese communist companies and corrupt Ukrainian companies like Burisma, of which Hunter is a board member receiving thousands of dollars in advisor's fees.

The emails also referenced Joe's involvement in a multi-million dollar deal with Chinese government-linked oil giant, CEFC. A May 2017 email from Hunter's partner, James Gilliar, showed that he suggested 10 percent of the equity in the deal go to "the big guy," a term that has been used consistently throughout Hunter's communications to refer to his father.

Other emails also showed that the father and son shared a bank account and paid each other's bills.

Maxey has called out the FBI about the issue, saying they had the laptop in their possession before the 2020 elections, and were hiding the information from voters. "The FBI had this on the ninth of December 2019. I suppose the first person betrayed was a sitting US president in an impeachment hearing when the FBI had the exculpatory evidence in their hands to have that end instantly, and they did nothing," he said.

He also added that the second group of people to be betrayed were the Democratic candidates in the spring primaries that year.

"The American people were utterly betrayed because I guarantee you that Joe Biden couldn't run for dog catcher if the American people knew about this laptop," Maxey continued. (Related: Journalist exposes media's collusion to protect Hunter Biden.)

The new reports should put an end to the media's attempt at downplaying Joe Biden's role in his son's business deals. They can no longer deny the authenticity of the laptop that Hunter abandoned in a computer repair shop in Delaware back in 2019.

There is currently a federal prosecution on the way in Delaware that investigated the Bidens' alleged tax fraud, money laundering and illegal foreign lobbying.

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Watch the video below to know more about Hunter Biden's scandalous secrets.

This video is from the KyGun channel on Brighteon.com.

More related stories:

Yes, the Hunter Biden emails are authentic.

Hunter Biden's laptop reveals Biden family's ties to "secret biological projects" in Ukraine.

Top 'fact checker' labeled Hunter Biden laptop story a "hoax."

Mainstream media still refusing to cover Hunter Biden's connection to Ukraine biolabs.

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