On April 12, 2019, Hunter Biden took his damaged laptop to a computer repair shop in Wilmington, Delaware. It was the beginning of a series of fateful events that would culminate in the New York Times finally admitting on March 17, 2022, that Biden’s laptop and its contents were real.
Previous reporting by the New York Post detailed emails that were found on Hunter Biden’s laptop that showed that then-presidential candidate Joe Biden, his brother James, and son Hunter Biden were all deeply entangled in various overseas business ventures, including Qatar, Ukraine, Russia, and China.
The emails also showed that Hunter Biden was directed by the head of a Ukrainian energy company’s board to find a way to stop the investigation into the company. While the authenticity of his laptop had been confirmed earlier, it unfortunately took verification by The New York Times to allow the story to enter the mainstream.
The intentionally delayed admission from the corporate media that Biden’s laptop is real raises many material questions, including those surrounding President Joe Biden’s fitness for office and his ability to direct our foreign policy, particularly in relation to the Ukraine-Russia conflict.
The existence of Hunter Biden’s laptop was first publicly disclosed on Oct. 14, 2020, when the New York Post ran a front page story detailing how emails found on the laptop tied his father to his Ukrainian business partners.
Read more: The Foreign Policy Ramifications of Hunter’s Emails