Hunter Biden Laptop Interview Comes Out

According to reports, former Trump White House adviser Garrett Ziegler has gone public with the contents of the laptop’s hard disk that Hunter Biden failed to collect from an electronics repair facility in Delaware. 

Ziegler’s organization, Marco Polo, released almost 10,000 images from the laptop on the website a few days ago, and the site quickly crashed under the influx of visitors. 

Ziegler has put in the time and effort required to master the material. He spent months poring over the information and organizing it into functional categories.  He argues that there is enough proof of several crimes, but no one has been brought to justice.  Why is that?  He said it’s because the laptop data implicate people of both parties. It’s the uniparty that’s at the heart of this scandal.  It is the intelligence bureaus that are the core of the American uniparty.

Recently, the House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer finally coerced the FBI into letting all committee members see a Biden bribery memo and get a briefing.  A vote to punish FBI Director Chris Wray for contempt was scheduled, but Comer called it off.

In 2017, a reliable and reputable source supplied the FBI with proof of Biden’s involvement with Ukrainian officials and bribery. Hunter Biden, Joe Biden’s son, was a highly compensated board member of Ukrainian natural gas business Burisma Holdings.

According to Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA), bribery allegations involve a Ukrainian oligarch who brought Hunter Biden onto the board at Burisma Holdings.  According to Greene, Burisma was urged by Hunter Biden and associates to acquire a U.S. oil and gas business in 2015.

Then-Vice President Joe Biden had declared Ukrainian prosecutor Viktor Shokin corrupt. 

The owner of Burisma bribed one of the Bidens with $5 million to get rid of Shokin and stop the inquiry into his company.

The whistleblower told Greene that he had two pieces of evidence confirming proof of payments to Joe Biden and his son Hunter. 

A video from 2018 shows then-Vice President Biden boasting that he withheld $1 billion in aid to Ukraine until it removed Prosecutor General Viktor Shokin.