Thousands Of New Hunter Biden Photos Revealed

Thousands of photos reportedly from Hunter Biden’s laptop have been leaked online. The files from the device include a number of obscene photographs of President Joe Biden’s son in different scenes of undress as well as other sensitive information. 

The carefully compiled images were leaked through a website called Biden Laptop Media

Former Trump administration aide Garrett Ziegler told Fox News that the group would include all data, including not removing “photos that paint the Bidens in a good light.” 

He added that the images ranged in date from 2008 to 2019. It includes information from Biden’s affair with Hallie Biden, his brother’s widow. 

Ziegler said that the release of photos would “be a completely authentic recounting of the photos on the device.” 

He added that none of the individuals releasing the photos are registered Republicans. While Ziegler described a “love” for former President Trump, he insisted that the effort was “not a hit job.” 

“The American people can judge for themselves what they think about their first family through this,” he said. 

Ziegler also described the effort as the “most thorough exposé of any American first family while they’re in office in the history of America.” 

Not only are the photos being released in chronological order, but viewers can also read the files’ metadata. 

The release of the photos resulted in a significant rush of traffic that left the site under “heavy stress.” 

As a result, the site was difficult to view late last week. 

However, Ziegler said that videos from the laptop would also be made available at a later date. The release of the videos would take longer because the site operators had to sift through “so much pornography.”

The original revelation of the Hunter Biden laptop emerged right before the 2020 election. It was deemed as potential Russian disinformation by a number of former intelligence officials, though this conjecture was incorrect.

The New York Post’s Twitter account was suspended for printing some of the contents of the laptop, which included embarrassing information about the Biden family.

Former Twitter head Jack Dorsey later admitted that the suspension was a “mistake.”