Hunter Biden’s Lawyers Launch Criminal Probe and Finally Admit the Laptop is His

( – President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter Biden, finally claims ownership of the infamous laptop which may have had the potential to cost his father the 2020 election. On Wednesday, Hunter’s lawyers admitted that the laptop, which Hunter forgot at a computer repair shop in Delaware, in fact, does belong to the president’s son.

Hunter’s lawyers wrote a 14-page letter requesting a criminal probe, claiming the contents of the laptop were being “weaponized” against the Biden family, especially Hunter’s father.

The letter was sent to Kathy Jennings, Delaware Attorney General, by Hunter’s attorney Abbe Lowell. In the letter, they claim that John Paul Mac Isaac, owner of the repair shop that Hunter gave the laptop to, accessed its contents unlawfully. They also accuse Mac Isaac of conspiring with Rudy Giuliani, former President Donald Trump’s lawyer, to use the contents of the laptop against President Joe Biden during the 2020 election.

The National Security Division of the Department of Justice as well as the Internal Revenue Service also received letters from Hunter’s lawyers.

Lowell accuses Mac Isaac in the letter of a “failed dirty political trick” resulting in “the exposure, exploitation, and manipulation of [Hunter’s] private and personal information,” calling his conduct “intentional, reckless, and unlawful.”

Hunter dropped off the laptop 18 months prior to The New York Post publication which broke the story after Giuliani provided The Post with a copy of the laptop’s hard drive. When the story came out, Twitter, Facebook, and other social media companies suppressed it, censoring and even banning people who shared it.

Some believe the story had the potential to change the results of the 2020 election, and that the massive campaign to censor it (the behind-the-scenes details of which have since been revealed by “The Twitter Files” released by Elon Musk) was conducted to help Joe Biden into the White House.

Three ex-Twitter executives will testify next week to the House Oversight Committee about the censorship of the laptop story in 2020, which also involved the FBI.

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