Has the Department of Justice finally ceased evading the truth regarding the corruption within the Biden family? It seems that way, at least in relation to one significant aspect. According to a post on the social media platform X by Miranda Devine, a columnist for the New York Post, the DOJ has recently acknowledged in a court filing that Hunter Biden’s infamous laptop indeed belonged to him.
To provide some context, when the New York Post initially broke the story about Hunter Biden’s potentially incriminating laptop in October 2020, social media giants suppressed the information, and a letter signed by 51 former intelligence officials claimed that the laptop exhibited “typical characteristics of Russian disinformation.” The mainstream media, in turn, disregarded any credible evidence and concerns regarding the laptop’s authenticity, dismissing them as right-wing conspiracy theories or propaganda, if they even covered the story in the weeks leading up to the election.
This is where Devine’s contribution becomes significant. On Tuesday night, she shared a court filing from the DOJ, which, as reported by the Daily Caller, is a response to Hunter Biden’s investigation for gun charges. In December, his legal team attempted to argue for the dismissal of these charges, including the accusation of lying about his addiction to crack cocaine when purchasing a firearm.
In their response, the Justice Department admitted for the first time that “Hunter Biden’s laptop is real, that he left it at a computer store, and that the contents matched what they obtained from a search warrant of his iCloud.”
‼️ In a new court filing today, the DOJ confirms Hunter Biden’s laptop is real, that he left it at a computer store, and that the contents matched what they obtained from a search warrant of his iCloud.
Don’t hold your breath for a retraction from Joe Biden (“It’s a Russian… pic.twitter.com/xSZ2YG8JIB
— Miranda Devine (@mirandadevine) January 17, 2024
In the DOJ’s own words, in August 2019 “[investigators]…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.”
In addition, and IRS whistleblower revealed that “Federal investigators knew in December 2019 that Hunter Biden’s laptop was ‘not manipulated in any way’ and contained ‘reliable evidence,’ but were ‘obstructed’ from seeing all available information.”
The admission’s implications are significant, and numerous officials and commentators, whether on X or not, have already acknowledged this fact.
Missouri’s AG added that “Hunter Biden’s laptop is not only real; it’s also a manifestation of the largest government censorship enterprise in United States history,” and that he and allies are “headed to the United States Supreme Court to halt that censorship operation.”
Hunter Biden's laptop is not only real; it's also a manifestation of the largest government censorship enterprise in United States history.
We're headed to the United States Supreme Court to halt that censorship operation. https://t.co/sNcoT0mgVx
— Attorney General Andrew Bailey (@AGAndrewBailey) January 17, 2024