After months of mainstream media coverup and big tech censorship of the contents of Hunter Biden’s hard drive, the president’s son admitted: “there could a laptop out there.”
The remarks come from an interview with CBS to promote his new memoir, Beautiful Things.
When pressed on the laptop, he repeatedly insisted “I don’t know” before admitting the laptop “could” be his:
“Of course, certainly. There could be a laptop out there that was stolen from me. It could be that I was hacked. It could be that it was Russian intelligence. It could be that it was stolen from me.
The laptop, which contains emails, texts, and documents related to Hunter Biden’s corrupt business dealings with foreign governments such as the Chinese Communist Party, saw its contents heavily censored when outlets such as The New York Post reported on them. Twitter notoriously blocked users and journalists from sharing stories related to the laptop.
Months after it was alleged that a laptop revealed Hunter Biden's business interests in China and Ukraine, the president's son tells Tracy Smith that the laptop "could be" his
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