Hunter laptop update: Accusations pile up after millions have voted

Tuesday, October 27, 2020
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'I Voted' stickerThe laptop scandal involving Hunter Biden will do little to harm his father’s White House run, a conservative columnist predicts, because millions had already voted before the scandal broke.

More than 59 million Americans have already cast a ballot for president, Fox News reported this week.

"One of the dangers of early voting,” observes Washington Times columnist Robert Knight, “is that you may find out something about a candidate closer to the election and not be able to change your vote.”

‘Can I change my vote’ takes off

Thanks to an exclusive bombshell from The New York Post, what voters have learned is that Hunter Biden appeared to use his father’s title of vice president to crisscross the globe and land multi-million dollar deals with shady businessmen.

With just weeks before Election Day, the Post published an Oct. 14 story describing how Biden dropped off a damaged MacBook Pro laptop at a computer repair shop last year and never returned to pick it up. The shop owner, now the legal owner of the abandoned laptop, searched the hard drive and found what the Post called “smoking-gun” evidence in emails written by Hunter Biden along with sexually explicit images and videos.

Joe and Hunter BidenThe owner contacted the FBI, which obtained the laptop and sat on it for nearly a year, but a copy of the hard drive was given to Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani, who appears to have then shopped the story around for a planned “October surprise.”

“Dear Hunter,” begins the email from Burisma executive Vadym Pozharskyi,” “thank you for inviting me to DC and giving an opportunity to meet your father…”

Joe Biden has denied, quite angrily, he knew about or was involved in his son's business dealings around the world even though the son was busily at work in China and in Ukraine, two countries the then-vice president was busily working with from the White House. 

The accusation of political corruption could explain why a Google search for “Can I change my vote” spiked on the search engine with the most inquiries coming from Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Hampshire, Maine, and Ohio respectively.

Trump, on top of that news, suggested on Twitter that the online search refers to “changing it to me” and said that vote is allowed in most states.

“Go do it,” he wrote. “Most important Election of your life.”

Media: It’s the Russians!

The laptop story took off like a rocket despite --- or because of --- Twitter and Facebook censoring the Post’s story, and the Biden-defending national media has declared it was an “attack” on Joe Biden’s family and even claimed, without evidence, it was a Russian plot to help Trump.

Rachel Maddow Trump-Russia showMedia critics have pointed out the same media outlets that yawned at Hunter Biden’s email chains also touted the tawdry details of the so-called Steele dossier, which claimed President Trump was filmed with prostitutes in a Moscow hotel and Russia is using that evidence as blackmail.

Many of those same media outlets reported the accusations then-Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh participated in "gang rapes" as a high school student.   

While media outlets such as NPR insisted the Biden laptop story was a non-story, a former business partner of Hunter Biden has come forward with an even bigger allegation: Joe Biden benefitted financially from Hunter’s globe-hopping financial deals.

CNN 'collusion' screen grab“The reference to ‘the big guy’ in the much publicized May 13, 2017 e-mail is in fact a reference to Joe Biden,” Tony Bobulinski told the Post, referring to his accusation that Joe Biden received 10 percent of business earnings when business partners split their cash.  

Appearing Tuesday night on "Tucker Carlson Tonight," Bobulinski called it a "blatant lie" for Joe Biden to claim he was not involved in business dealings. He told the show host the entire Biden family was involved in international, multi-million dollar deals. 

According to The Washington Examiner, a search for “Russian collusion” on the NPR website yields 2,859 results and “Steele dossier” yields 155 results.

The New York Post, meanwhile, still remains locked out of its Twitter account two weeks later.

Knight tells OneNewsNow the Democrats and their media allies want the American public to cast their votes “out of ignorance” to get Biden across the finish line on Election Day.

This story has been updated after Tony Bobulinski appeared on "Tucker Carlson Tonight" Oct. 27.


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