On Tuesday night, Rudy Giuliani said that he turned the contents of the alleged Hunter Biden laptop over to Delaware State Police because it contained images of underage girls and explicit text messages. Oh boy…
Giuliani confirmed a text message from Hunter to his father in which he talked about his sister-in-law, “who for quite some time was his lover,” he said. He read the message on Newsmax TV, saying that “she told my therapist that I was sexually inappropriate” in reference to FaceTiming naked with an underage girl. Holy child molester Batman!
Giuliani said moreover that there were quite a lot of photographs, and that together with Bernie Kerick, the former New York police commissioner, he turned the evidence over to Delaware authorities.
The text message and images pointed out by Giuliani, the former mayor of New York City and now personal attorney to President Donald Trump, appear to have been found on a laptop hard drive that allegedly belonged to the son of former vice president Joe Biden, who’s now the Democratic presidential nominee.
“There is a text message to Hunter’s father in which he says the following, and he’s discussing his sister-in-law, who, for quite some time, was his lover,” Giuliani said, while he was trying to set up the background of the email. “He says, ‘She told my therapist that I was sexually inappropriate.’ This would be with an unnamed, 14-year-old girl.”
The “sister-in-law” to which Giuliani referred appears to be Hallie Biden, the widow of Hunter’s brother Beau Biden, who Hunter reportedly dated for a time until the spring of last year. He slept with his dead brother’s wife. What is up with this family?
Giuliani, who went on to read more of the message, added that it was “supported by numerous pictures of underage girls.” Here we go. You have to surprise how the mainstream news media is going to cover this one up the way they tried to cover up the whole laptop hard drive discovery in the first place. They said it was a smear campaign, a conspiracy theory, and Russian disinformation. One thing the media didn’t do is try to verify the information, because they’re afraid of what they might find out. It despicable journalism.
It has been almost a week since the New York Post published the first round of information as to the contents of Hunter Biden’s laptop that was recovered from a Delaware repair shop. Hunter dropped it off for repair, then forgot about it. Apparently the shop owner tried to reach him, but couldn’t. According to the agreement Hunter signed, and state law, after so much time went by, and Hunter did not claim the property, the laptop now belonged to the shop owner. So the hard drive and data on it was obtained 100 percent legally.
The first round of information had to do with alleged, shady business dealings and influence peddling with regard to Hunter Biden’s father when he was vice president under the Obama administration, Ukrainian energy company Burisma Holdings, and a Chinese delegation who wanted favorable White House treatment. Joe Biden sold the influence of his office to China and Ukraine. And don’t forget that Hunter Biden received a $3.5 million check from the wife of the former mayor of Moscow, Russia.
Giuliani went on to talk about the data having to do with the alleged pay-for-play scheme, and Hunter Biden’s using his father’s status to boost his financial and business dealings, together with his father’s collusion. Wow, there’s a word.
Neither the Biden campaign nor Hunter Biden has denied any other element of the emails story, which, up until now, had only expose the younger Biden’s foreign business ventures and addiction problems with drugs, although the former vice president has called it part of a “smear campaign.”
In the interview with Newsmax, Giuliani also mentioned there is a memo from Hunter Biden’s laptop describing how “three Chinese communists” were sending cash to “the big guy,” which Giuliani says was in reference to Joe Biden.
The Washington Examiner reached out to the Biden campaign and Hunter Biden’s lawyer for comment on Giuliani’s latest claims but didn’t get a response. Nor will they.
Reached by phone on Tuesday night, a representative with the Delaware State Police was unable to confirm or deny whether Giuliani had handed over the materials on Monday, as he had claimed.