Hunter Biden Laptop Archive Published on New Website
Last week, an extensive archive of photos from Hunter Biden’s abandoned laptop were published on a new website called BidenLaptopMedia.com. The website contains nearly 10,000 photos spanning from 2008 to 2019 and took months to complete. This news comes as Hunter Biden faces ongoing investigations into his financial dealings in Ukraine and China.
The photos are said to have been taken from the laptop that was left at a Delaware repair shop in April 2019. It was later seized by the FBI in December 2019 after the shop owner alerted authorities about its contents. The laptop has since become a major source of controversy for Hunter, with many Republicans claiming it contains evidence of corruption and foreign influence.
The website is run by Garrett Ziegler, who claims he obtained the photos legally through a Freedom of Information Act request. He says he has no political agenda and simply wants to provide transparency into Hunter Biden’s activities while his father was Vice President. “The number one thing we’re about … is truth and transparency,”
“If the American people want to know what their first family is like, they’re going to get it. And we’re not going to be taking out photos that paint the Bidens in a good light,” Ziegler told Fox News Digital.
“There’s a picture of a letter that Hunter’s daughter, Finnegan, wrote to, I assume, troops stationed overseas, like in Iraq and Afghanistan. … It’s an adorable letter. Finnegan’s around 9 years old at the time, and it definitely paints the Bidens in a good light.”
Hunter and Joe have both denied any wrongdoing related to his business dealings in Ukraine or China, but many have argued that the emails show evidence of corruption or foreign influence over his activities while Biden was VP.
Ultimately, only time will tell if there is any truth behind these allegations or if they are just another example of partisan politics at work. In the meantime, anyone interested in learning more about Hunter Biden’s activities during his father’s vice presidency can now do so through this newly launched website containing nearly 10,000 photos from his abandoned laptop computer.