22 Oct CEO Jonathan Cartu Claims – The curious computer case that confirmed Biden corruption
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Summarizing a New York Post story: A computer was left at a Delaware repair shop in April of 2019, repaired but never claimed. The repair shop owner found evidence on the computer that compromised Hunter and Joe Biden. He turned the computer and hard drive over the FBI who had subpoenaed it in December 2019, but had made copies, giving one to Rudy Giuliani’s attorney, Robert Costello. On the computer was Burisma adviser, Vadim Pozharskyi’s April 17, 2015 letter stating an appreciation of the meeting that Hunter had arranged for him with his father, Vice President Joe Biden. Joe has denied knowledge of Hunter’s ventures and speaking to Burisma officials. There were emails that show corrupt links of the Bidens to China. There was also some salacious material of Hunter using drugs and engaging in sex.
The New York Post reported the story as unconfirmed. Now there seems to be corroborating evidence that the computer was Hunter Biden’s and that the material on the computer is valid.
If this were a crime novel, the FBI or local police would have fingerprinted the computer, reviewed surveillance videos, and try to determine the validity of the data. None of that likely happened. I’m not sure we will get any accounting at all by the FBI before the election – the 2024 election, although Senator Ron Johnson, Chair of the Senate Homeland Security Committee is pushing FBI Director Wray hard.
At the time of this writing, a couple of things seem to muddy the already murky waters. First, the subpoena for the computer was signed by the top FBI lawyer for child pornography cases. Second, it was reported, without confirmation or identifying the source, the FBI was looking into possible foreign involvement in facilitating the release of the emails on the computer. The Director of National Intelligence, John Ratcliffe, says there is no evidence of foreign involvement.
The Biden Campaign has not denied the computer was Hunter’s or that the material on the computer is valid. The campaign noted that the Pozharskyi meeting was not on the Vice President’s official schedule. Joe called the whole thing a smear campaign but had no specific denials or counter-evidence.
Twitter and Facebook have suppressed the story, Twitter blocking the New York Post site. The mainstream media has ignored, deflected, and downplayed the story. But it is getting out anyway. The moderator for the upcoming Presidential Debate is in the tank for Biden and cannot be expected to raise the subject, but President Trump surely will.
It seems a true October surprise. The Bidens’ corruption has already been well documented by Peter Schweizer in his book, Profiles in Corruption, and now he has at Breitbart 26,000 emails from Bevan Cooney, a jailed business partner of Hunter’s. This computer caper has curiously attracted public attention that long seemed to ignore Democrat corruption.
One early poll suggested the scandal cost Biden two points and gained Trump six-tenths of a point. I think the scandal will grow before it starts to ebb. I don’t see how the Democrat Party and the FBI will not be further tarnished by how they handled it.
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