|Posted on||November 30, 2021|
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Laptop from Hell Summary
Laptop from Hell: The inside story of the laptop exposed the president’s dirtiest secret.
When a drug-addled Hunter Biden abandoned his waterlogged computer at a Mac repair shop in Delaware in the spring of 2019, just six days before his father announced his candidacy for the United States presidency, it became the ticking time bomb in the shadows of Joe Biden’s campaign.
The dirty secrets contained in Hunter’s laptop almost derailed his father’s presidential campaign and ignited one of the greatest media coverups in American history.
This is the unvarnished story of what’s really inside the laptop and what China knows about the Bidens, by the New York Post journalist who brought it into the open.
It exposes the coordinated censorship operation by Big Tech, the media establishment, and former intelligence operatives to stifle the New York Post’s coverage, in a chilling exercise of raw political power three weeks before the 2020 election.
A treasure trove of corporate documents, emails, text messages, photographs, and voice recordings, spanning a decade, the laptop provided the first evidence that President Joe Biden was involved in his son’s ventures in China, Ukraine, and beyond, despite his repeated denials.
This intimate insight into Hunter’s dissolute lifestyle shows he was incapable of holding down a job, let alone being paid tens of millions of dollars in high-powered international business deals by foreign interests unless he had something else of value to sell—which of course he did. He was the son of the vice president who would go on to become the leader of the free world.
About the Author
Miranda Devine is a New York Post columnist and Fox News contributor. She also works for the Australian media as a Daily Telegraph columnist and a Sky News contributor. Born in Queens, New York, she grew up in Tokyo and Sydney and attended Northwestern University in Chicago. A reformed mathematician and mother of two, she currently lives in New York with her husband.
Laptop from Hell Introduction
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Introduction: October Surprise
“Character is on the ballot.”
—Joe Biden, February 2020
Less than a month before the 2020 election, I was at home in midtown Manhattan, a few blocks from the New York Post newsroom, where I worked as a columnist when my cell phone pinged at 11:35 p.m.
Rudy Giuliani’s lawyer, Bob Costello, had sent a text message from his Long Island home: “I have been asked to send you a small taste of evidence that I have quite legally, that you might have an interest in,” he wrote.
“I have approximately 40,000 emails, at least a thousand text messages and hundreds of photographs and videos involving the subject….
“The story is more about the emails, but the photos set the tone.”
What followed were three startling images.
The first showed Hunter Biden, then aged forty-seven, still handsome but haggard, in bed, lighting what appeared to be a crack pipe.
Another showed Hunter asleep with the unlit pipe in his mouth.
The last photo was a half-naked selfie of Hunter in a bathroom mirror, showing a fresh tattoo across his tanned upper back, still covered in plastic wrap, long angry markings as if a tiger had clawed his flesh.
In fact, Hunter had just had the entire map of the Finger Lakes in upstate New York etched into his back. This was the place where his late mother, Neilia, had grown up, where he had forged some of his happiest childhood memories, during long summers with his maternal grandparents, the Scotch Presbyterian Hunters, at their cottage on Owasco Lake.
Hunter felt such a connection to the area that he named his various ill-fated companies after local landmarks, such as Owasco, Seneca, and Skaneateles.
The photographs were prima facie evidence that Costello and Giuliani had in their possession an extraordinary trove of material that already may have exposed the son of the man who would become president to blackmail and extortion by America’s enemies.
Giuliani was a valuable source of information if you were a journalist in New York. The irrepressible seventy-six-year-old former mayor had the inside story on everything from the city’s criminal history to the current mood in the Oval Office.
Once a crusading young DA for the Southern District of New York who took down the Mob in the 1980s, then the crime-busting mayor who cleaned up New York in the 1990s, he had mellowed into the eccentric, scotch-swilling consigliere for President Donald Trump.
Giuliani had been sent a copy of the contents of Hunter Biden’s laptop by the owner of the Mac repair shop in Delaware where it had been abandoned.
The material will “blow your mind,” said the former mayor.
Photographs of Hunter’s rampant drug use and explicit homemade pornography were all over the laptop. But the real news value lay in the corporate documents, bank transfers, and emails detailing a vast international influence-peddling scheme, sanctioned by the world’s most despotic regimes—and implicating “Honest Joe” Biden himself.
It would provide a window onto the corruption that is Washington’s original sin, as conducted on a global scale by one of its most skilled and calculating practitioners.
The sordid secret vices of a son of political privilege were an incongruous backdrop to the monumental oil and gas deals Hunter was mixed up in around the world, a drug-addled neophyte bumbling through geopolitical minefields, with the Secret Service in tow.
Hunter’s encounters with cutthroat oligarchs in Monte Carlo, Lake Como, Hong Kong, and Shanghai are documented in rich detail on his laptop. It takes us from a billionaire’s beach villa in Acapulco to the desolate oil fields of Kazakhstan, from a judo competition in Budapest with Vladimir Putin to dinner in Beijing with Xi Jinping.
A Chinese tycoon cooks Hunter dinner in his new $50 million Manhattan penthouse, a Ukrainian oligarch takes him to his fishing shack in Norway. Beautiful Russian escorts and thieving drug dealers float through his self-imposed exile on Sunset Boulevard amid slapstick scenes as crack-head Hunter comes unstuck and his hapless Uncle Jim Biden rides in to the rescue.
Text messages chronicling the disintegration of Hunter’s love affair with his brother’s widow are laced with flashbacks to the pain of a troubled childhood.
Eye-popping financial windfalls are shaded by the grim fate of business partners who wind up floating in the Yangtze. It’s a life of greed and luxury in a shadowy world of kleptocrat oligarchs that law enforcement can’t touch.
Despite his secret debaucheries, Hunter was acutely aware of what he brought to the table: access to his powerful father.
This was the Biden family business, involving the president’s brothers as well as Hunter, and it is documented in minute detail in the eleven-gigabyte trove. Over nine years from 2010 to 2019, the laptop shadows Joe’s life as the globe-trotting vice president of the Obama administration, the favor-trading senator from Delaware who would go on to become the leader of the free world.
The laptop also puts the lie to President Biden’s repeated claims that he knew nothing about his son’s shady business ventures in China, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Russia, and beyond.
Five days after Costello’s late-night call, on Wednesday, October 14, 2020, the New York Post published the first of a series of front-page bombshells, written by Emma-Jo Morris and Gabrielle Fonrouge, culled from the contents of Hunter’s laptop.
The story, headlined “Biden’s Secret Emails,” revealed a bombshell 2015 email indicating that Joe, as vice president, had met in Washington with a high-ranking representative of the corrupt Ukrainian energy company that was paying his junkie son a million dollars a year to sit on its board.
Eight months after the meeting, Joe flew to Kyiv and threatened to withhold $1 billion in US aid unless the Ukrainian government fired its top prosecutor, Viktor Shokin, who was pursuing Burisma for corruption at the time.
The email was news, in anyone’s language.
But soon after the Post’s story broke online, social media censored it. Facebook announced it had throttled the story’s reach. Twitter locked the Post’s account for two weeks, then admitted after the election that it had made a mistake.
It was a chilling exercise of raw political power by an unaccountable Big Tech—the term given to the oligopoly of global corporations that dominate the information technology industry.
The coordinated censorship of America’s oldest newspaper, with the fourth-largest circulation in the nation, amounted to election interference.
It was a historic moment that rang alarm bells around the world and would harden resolve on Capitol Hill to rein in the power of the social media giants.
Polls suggest that if the full story of the Bidens’ international influence-peddling scheme had been told before the election it could have changed votes in crucial marginal seats and possibly flipped the result.
Overseas payments into bank accounts linked to Hunter and his associates, which were detailed by the Senate Republican inquiry into Hunter, provided additional context to bank statements and tax documents on the laptop. Filling in the gaps were confidential “suspicious activity reports” that banks are required to flag to the Treasury Department.
Another point of light came from investigative journalists Peter Schweizer and Matthew Tyrmand who shared with me some of the material they were given by one of Hunter’s jailed former business partners, Bevan Cooney.
Corroborated from multiple angles, Hunter’s laptop tells an alarming story of the national interest sold out for personal gain at the highest level, in particular to Communist China, our greatest strategic foe.
The conclusion is inescapable. The president cannot extricate his family’s moneymaking schemes from America’s foreign policy imperatives.
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Laptop from Hell: The inside story of the laptop exposed the president’s dirtiest secret.
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