Biden Surrogate On Hunter's Laptop: "I Don't Think Anybody is Saying They Are Inauthentic..."
Updated: Mar 13
Biden surrogate Jenna Arnold slipped up during a Fox News interview with Leland Vittert and admitted that they “don’t think anybody is saying [the emails] are inauthentic”. Big OOPS.
The emails in discussion were taken from MacBook hard drives that were believed to be Hunter Biden's. The MacBook was left behind at a repair shop in Delaware, and after the payment was delayed, the shop owner opened up the contents. In shock at what he saw, and with a feeling of danger for possessing the laptop, he turned it in to former Mayor of NYC Rudy Giuliani's office.
The hard drives are alleged to contain evidence of political nepotism, blackmailing, frequent grifting, influence peddling, and most damning of all, alleged video of Hunter Biden committing child sexual abuse while smoking crack cocaine.
If these emails are real, which according to the Biden camp and Giuliani, they very well are, then this is a bad rut for the Biden crime family and may lead to criminal prosecution for both Bidens and their co-conspirators. This would make Biden officially blackmailed from becoming president.
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