Evidence Shows FBI Knowledge Of Hunter Biden’s Laptop Contents

A recent report alleges that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) had knowledge that the laptop belonging to Hunter Biden was authentic. The laptop its contents became a major point of contention in the 2020 election and led to the censoring of a New York Post article on the subject on Facebook and Twitter.

The FBI allegedly received information from the laptop which corresponded to text messages and emails from an associate of the president’s son in October 2020. The revelation contradicts a statement made prior to the election by a number of retired intelligence officers that claimed the laptop was a possible Russian disinformation effort.

The FBI compiled a report that seemed to confirm that former Hunter Biden business partner Tony Bobulinski confirmed the authenticity of a number of emails published by the newspaper. The report states that the messages were confirmed because Bobulinski “was copied on them and had records of the emails on his own cellular devices.”

The information came as part of 700 pages of information released by the agency as part of the House Ways and Means Committee’s investigation into the Biden family’s business dealings.

Included in the revelations was one of the most well-known passages from the laptop, that 10% of profits from a Chinese business deal would go to the “big guy,” which could describe President Joe Biden.

It also describes Hunter Biden receiving a “large diamond gemstone” from a Chinese businessman believed by Washington to work for Chinese intelligence.

According to the report, Bobulinski claimed that he believed that the foreign business transactions would benefit Joe Biden and his family but managed through his brother Joe Biden and son Hunter Biden.

The recent revelation came as the president’s son is facing increased pressure from the investigations into his business dealings and alleged illegal purchase of a firearm.

The younger Biden pleaded not guilty to a number of federal firearms charges and may soon face charges related to reported non-payment of taxes on foreign income.