The Washington Post has admitted that Hunter Biden’s laptop holds “authentic communications that can be verified.”
The statement comes a bit late as The Washington Post has failed to pursue the story for 532 days.
“Thousands of emails purportedly from the laptop computer of Hunter Biden, President Biden’s son, are authentic communications that can be verified through cryptographic signatures from Google and other technology companies,” the paper announced acknowledging the social media companies wrongfully censored the original story from the New York Post:
Facebook and Twitter in 2020 restricted distribution of stories about the drive’s contents out of concern that the revelations might have resulted from a nefarious hacking campaign intended to upend the election, much as Russian hacks of sensitive Democratic Party emails shaped the trajectory of the 2016 election.
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— The Washington Post (@washingtonpost) October 23, 2020
“Hunter’s laptop contains 286,000 individual user files, which include documents, photos, and videos among the 217 gigabytes of data. The data also includes bank information with about 1,200 emails from Wells Fargo,” Washington Post reported.
Joe Biden claims he’s never spoken with Hunter about his business dealings. Or maybe Hunter did talk with Joe about it, but Joe slept through the meeting?
“I have never spoken to my son about his overseas business dealings,” Joe Biden said.
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