If sunlight is the best disinfectant, Hunter Biden’s email history is about to get a very deep cleaning.
It’s almost become cliché, hasn’t it, when we talk about Big Tech gathering personal information, that we paint a picture of the whole world knowing the darkest secrets of your internet activities? Well, in Hunter’s case that cliché has more or less become reality.
While it’s probably a blessing that we’re not seeing all the nasty sites the ‘smartest man’ Joe Biden knows used to haunt before he abandoned his laptop into the care of a Deleware repairman, the contents of his hard drives — including any inconvenient or damning evidence that might be found in his business emails — are now part of the public record.
Well, most of those emails found on his hard drives have been uploaded. Not all of them have been accounted for yet. The total uploaded is seventeen thousand and sixty-three emails fewer than the raw total mentioned in previous accountings. It is unclear what accounts for those missing emails.
Original accounting of how many emails were on Hunter’s hard drive: 142,838.
Total emails uploaded to the new site: 128,775.
Garrett Ziegler, a former aide to Peter Navarro in Donald Trump’s Office of Trade and Manufacturing Policy, uploaded 128,775 emails to a searchable database this week through his organization Marco Polo.
The site, BidenLaptopEmails.com, also allows users to download all the emails for Mac or Windows computers.
Among the thousands of emails in the publicly posted database is the infamous ’10 for the big guy’ message, in which Hunter’s business partner James Gilliar appeared to suggest Hunter should hold 10% of the equity in their multi-million-dollar deal with the Chinese on behalf of his father, President Joe Biden.
Another email in the database, previously published by DailyMail.com, shows Hunter describing an extraordinary apparent quid pro quo with a Mexican billionaire’s son, outlining how he got him into the White House and inauguration, and thanking him for visits to his villa. —DailyMail
Some might object to this uploading of files. Isn’t it the same as doxxing?
In this case, it is not the same as doxxing. Why? Because Hunter Biden legally signed away ownership of the laptop. By leaving the laptop unclaimed, the contents didn’t just somehow ‘disappear’, they became the legal property of the repair shop owner.
And now, they are available for the rest of the world to see, letting the rest of us look under the hood at what kind of sketchy business dealings might be going on that could compromise the integrity of our highest levels of government.
Here is the link: BidenLaptopEmails.com.
Hunter’s business partners were VERY well-connected political insiders. Can you imagine how it might throw a cat among the pidgeons if interested parties — old school reporters who still believe in exposing the powerful, or just ordinary plebs with time on their hands and a ‘particular set of skills’ – started crowdsourcing the information in these documents and connecting the dots?
Do not underestimate the power of internet geeks when they turn their attention to a singular focus like this one.
We haven’t forgotten how these same internet sleuths drove Shia LaBeouf out of his mind, have we?
Ah! Such fond memories.
Sure would be a shame if that same focussed energy was spent on a forensic deep-dive of Hunter’s email and business connections, wouldn’t it?
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