U.S. Rep. Matt Gaetz and a trio of other GOP lawmakers want the FBI to explain a cryptic tweet about maintaining election security.

Gaetz Pushes To Get Hunter Biden’s Laptop Contents Into The Public Record 

Florida GOP Rep. Matt Gaetz put Hunter Biden’s laptop material in a place where Democrats will have no trouble finding it.

In the Congressional Record.

On Tuesday, the Fort Walton Beach Republican got support to enter “content from, files from, and copies from” the younger Biden’s laptop into the public record.

In a tweet on Tuesday that showed the clip of that happening, Gaetz added, “Moments ago, I successfully entered the hard drive of Hunter Biden’s laptop into the Congressional Record. SUBPOENA HUNTER BIDEN!”

That occurred at a House Judiciary Committee hearing, during which Gaetz questioned Bryan Vorndran, assistant director of the FBI’s Cyber Division.

According to Newsmax, Gaetz inquired about the status and whereabouts of the laptop after the FBI reportedly seized it from a Delaware computer repair shop in April 2019.

Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler, D-N.Y., at first blocked Gaetz’s request, Newsmax noted, but subsequently relented after discussing the issue with the committee staff.

The laptop contained some sexually explicit material.

But the controversy surrounding the computer concerns its documentation of whether Hunter Biden cut a deal with Ukrainian interests, and worked to cut his father in on a share of the profits, even when Joe Biden was serving as vice president.

The New York Post broke the story of the laptop’s contents in October 2020. But the media glossed over it, Big Tech quashed its dissemination and liberals maintained it was all a Russian disinformation scheme.

Then earlier this month, the Post was vindicated when The New York Times reported a story that said the FBI confirmed the emails of Hunter’s business deals as legit.

In response to that aspect of the story, Gaetz also announced on Tuesday that he had filed the “Spook Who Cried Wolf Resolution.”

The resolution would indefinitely bar security clearances for 51 intelligence officials who publicly signed a letter denouncing the Post’s story as a Kremlin disinformation campaign.

Gaetz noted in a statement that four of the 51 signatories “maintained their support for the erroneous letter.” Almost all of the others, who were contacted for comment by the Post after the Times’ story, declined to comment or never responded.

Joining Gaetz in sponsoring the “Spook Who Cried Wolf Resolution” were GOP Reps. Andy Biggs of Arizona,  Dan Bishop of North Carolina, Louie Gohmert of Texas, Paul Gosar of Arizona, Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia, and Thomas Massie of Kentucky.

Among those who signed the letter “smearing Hunter Biden’s laptop as Russian disinformation” were former national intelligence director James Clapper, former NSA director Mike Hayden, and former CIA chiefs Leon Panetta and John Brennan.

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One Reply to “Gaetz Pushes To Get Hunter Biden’s Laptop Contents Into The Public Record ”

  1. By now they have deleted the incriminating evidence. We can only hope that the computer repair shop owner made multiple data copies and sent them to 10,000 storage bins. We FJB impeached and removed.

    FJB

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