Disgraced Hunter Biden, the son of Democratic President Joe Biden, is expected to face rigorous inquiries and scrutiny under the incoming Republican-controlled House, and he is panicking by projecting, gaslighting, and generally acting irrationally.
Biden Jr., a mentally ill individual with various drug addiction difficulties, is accustomed to having his father shield him from the repercussions of his misdeeds, and he is not in a mental or emotional position to manage the situation if his activities are scrutinized.
As a response to the new Republican powers, the President’s son is uneasy with the thought of being regarded as an average citizen and is threatening anyone who reveal his sins.
However, not only the now ruling Republicans in Washington, D.C. have information about Hunter Biden.
Former New York City mayor and prosecutor Rudy Giuliani was instrumental in bringing the specifics of Hunter Biden’s wrongdoing to light, and he issued a warning to anybody contemplating legal action against him for revealing the laptop information, including Biden’s legal team.
Hunter Biden, the President’s son, wants his father’s law enforcement to investigate Giuliani, who claimed through his attorneys that the embarrassing information on his laptop was “private.”
Giuliani retaliated by posting a receipt for Hunter Biden’s laptop, in which Biden Jr. admitted that the laptop will eventually change hands.
“This is what Biden‘s lawyer—Abbe Lowell—failed to tell the Department of Justice and the Delaware Attorney General. Hunter legally abandoned the laptop, and it became the property of John Paul Mac Isaac. Read the last paragraph. We will not be intimidated,” Giuliani posted on Twitter:
This is what Biden's lawyer—Abbe Lowell—failed to tell the Department of Justice and the Delaware Attorney General.
Hunter legally abandoned the laptop, and it became the property of John Paul Mac Isaac. Read the last paragraph.
We will not be intimidated. pic.twitter.com/5ZvKq9OZVs
— Rudy W. Giuliani (@RudyGiuliani) February 2, 2023
The Independent UK’s Josh Markus said that Hunter Biden sought state and federal officials to investigate prominent conservatives who helped disseminate charges based on private material obtained on a laptop he reportedly left at a Delaware repair shop.
In a series of letters to the Justice Department, the Delaware attorney general’s office, the Internal Revenue Service, and others, the president’s son called for investigations of individuals such as former New York mayor and Trump ally Rudy Giuliani and conservative provocateur Steve Bannon for their role in spreading the laptop story, which was seized upon by the president’s political opponents.
Mr. Giuliani’s advisor Ted Goodman stated that the laptop became “abandoned property” after Mr. Biden allegedly abandoned it at the repair shop.
“Raising concerns now, after so many years, indicates just how devastating the texts and videos from Hunter’s laptop truly are,” he wrote in a statement via email to The Independent. “The laptop reveals 30-years of corruption by the Biden crime family, headed by the boss—Joe Biden.”
Markus went on to report:
Raising concerns now, after so many years, indicates just how devastating the texts and videos from Hunter’s laptop truly are. The laptop reveals 30-years of corruption by the Biden crime family, headed by the boss—Joe Biden.
“This failed dirty political trick directly resulted in the exposure, exploitation, and manipulation of Mr. Biden’s private and personal information,” one letter reads, the Associated Press reports. “Politicians and the news media have used this unlawfully accessed, copied, distributed, and manipulated data to distort the truth and cause harm to Mr. Biden.”
Mr Giuliani was sent a copy of the hard drive, which he shared with the media, according to his attorneys.
Mr Biden also threated to sue Fox News host Tucker Carlson for defamation in relation to claims made on air about the laptop.
The Independent has contacted Fox News for comment.
Claims about the laptop began spreading in fall of 2020 as the presidential election neared its conclusion, following a report from the New York Post on the computer’s contents.