The Hunter Biden scandal has returned to the forefront of the news in the past few weeks, with left-wing media outlets such as the New York Times and the Washington Post finally reporting on the specifics. A big reason for their sudden attention to the issue is an ever-growing FBI inquiry into the president’s son, and there's plenty of reason to believe that something significant is in the works.
Why? Because mainstream-media outlets seldom publish articles that harm Democrats, except when they're trying to put themselves in the front and control the story. This was evident when John Durham issued indictments and charges, about which the DOJ selectively funneled information to the Times to try to cover up the full details of the cases. In short, we definitely haven't seen the worst yet.
A whistleblower, Jack Maxey, who was identified as the one who donated the hard drive of Hunter Biden's notorious laptop to the Daily Mail back in 2021 has come out swinging–in the event that he's telling the truth, the Bidens ought to be shedding sleep over the matter. The person who handed over Hunter’s laptop to Congressmen and journalists has left the United States for Switzerland in fear of threats of retribution from President Joe Biden's administration.
Jack Maxey gave the Daily Mail a copy of the hard drive of Hunter's laptop abandoned in the early spring of 2021. He also provided copies and other material to newspapers such as the Washington Post and the New York Times as well as Senator Chuck Grassley (R-IA) in his role as the ranking Republican of the Senate Judiciary Committee–but it is apparent that all of them kept the information to themselves for several months.
In the past couple of weeks, Maxey was hiding from the authorities in Zurich in collaboration with IT experts to find more information buried within the “laptop of hell.” Maxey, who was a co-host of former Trump advisor Steve Bannon's show, “War Room,” claims he, together with his team, has discovered “450 gigabytes” of deleted content comprising 80,000 images and videos as well as more than 120,000 archived emails. He has said he will upload them all to a searchable database in the next few weeks.
According to the story, Jack Maxey has fled to Switzerland to complete a forensic investigation into deleted files found on Hunter Biden's laptop. While the photos and videos might be the most attractive aspect of this, it's actually the deleted emails that could be positive in providing more proof of the Biden Family's corruption. Did you know about “the big guy” getting his share of the shady payments from foreign companies? This is a reference to an earlier email that was directly connected to Joe Biden by one of Hunter Biden's associates.
Maxey has also claimed that Biden’s administration has targeted him, trying to intimidate him into staying silent, with black SUVs popping up at his residence when he first started distributing the hard drive of the laptop to congressional members and media organizations (almost all of whom did not take it seriously, even Republicans within the Senate). This is why, according to his explanation, he's finishing the work in Switzerland.
Regarding the date of when we'll get the latest data, Maxey has set up an online website on which he's planning to publish the findings over the next few weeks. In the meantime, we'll have to wait.
However, a significant dose of caution is justified in situations such as this. It is evident that it is true that the Hunter Biden laptop is real, and the corruption of the Biden family is also clear. But you should never undervalue the capacity of government agencies to conceal the actions of Democrats. There's a lot of smoke as well as visible flames here; however, until we see how the DOJ is actually making criminal charges, we can’t hold our breath for any actual accountability.
In terms of politics, however, this story is beginning to make a serious impact. It is the first time in a long time that the White House is having to answer real questions about Biden's possible criminal escapades. It's clear that they do not have the right answers.