Hunter Biden’s highly controversial laptop, including its external hard drive components, have now become official public record, courtesy of the efforts of Representative Matt Gaetz.
During a House Judiciary Committee hearing that took place on Tuesday, Representative Matt Gaetz acquired formal permission to enter the scandalous contents of Hunter Biden’s seized laptop into Congressional record.
During an interview with the assistant director the the Cyber Division at the FBI, Rep. Gaetz also questioned the whereabouts, as well as current status, of Biden’s laptop, which was apparently obtained by the FBI in April 2019.
The assistant director, Bryan Vorndran, refused to comment on Gaetz’s inquiries regarding the laptop of the president’s son. However, in an effort to save face, Vorndran added that he would allegedly take Gaetz’s complaint back to the FBI Cyber Division.
Over the course of the tumultuous interview, Gaetz presented a small hard drive from the seized laptop, stating that he “[seeks] unanimous consent to enter into the record of this committee, content from, files from, and copies from the [laptop of Hunter Biden].”
Initially, Jerry Nadler, the House Judiciary Committee Chairman, attempted to block the request from Gaetz, though he eventually rescinded his objection for obvious reasons.
Following the successful entry of Biden’s laptop into record, Gaetz posted on Twitter, announcing that he “successfully entered the hard drive of Hunter Biden’s laptop into the Congressional Record.”
“SUBPOENA HUNTER BIDEN!” Gaetz added, using caps lock for emphasis.
Per the New York Post, the owner of Mac’s Repair Shop in Delaware is legally blind, and he was unable to identify the individual who left the damning MacBook Pro in the shop three years ago.
In October 2020, the contents of the laptop were turned over the Rudy Giuliani, the former mayor of New York City, which eventually culminated in the infamous New York Post story on Hunter Biden’s shady dealings.
Social media giants went to extraordinary efforts to censor the story in 2020. However, the New York Times recently affirmed the factual basis of the story censored by Big Tech.