Hunter Biden allegedly demanded laptop back a day before story broke via an attorney; repair shop owner shows email

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The unsubstantiated claim by Democrats and their media allies that the bombshell laptop emails stories published by the New York Post last week are just “Russian disinformation” appears to have suffered another devastating blow.

Adam Housley, an award-winning journalist who’s certainly no Trump sycophant, has published an email that was allegedly recently sent by Hunter Biden’s attorney to John Paul Mac Isaac, the owner of the repair shop where the laptop had been dropped off in 2019.

In the stunning email sent Oct. 13, a day before New York Post broke the story, attorney George Mesires thanked Isaac “for speaking with me tonight.”

“As indicated, I am a lawyer for Hunter Biden and I appreciate you reviewing your record on this matter. Thank you,” he added.

According to Housley, who – it appears – has spoken with Issac, Mesires also “called John Paul’s shop a few days back and asked for Hunter’s computers back.”

This is another monumental finding because, as noted by Housley in the tweets below, “You don’t ask for someone else’s computers…you ask for your own.”

These findings — which were published by a journalist who left Fox News in 2018 allegedly because of his frustration with what he felt was a focus on too much pro-Trump commentary and too little “hard reporting” — seem to speak volumes.

They strongly suggest that the laptop that was dropped off at Isaac’s shop in 2019 had indeed been owned by Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden’s crack-smoking son.

Moreover, Housley’s bombshell findings go hand in hand with claims made by President Donald Trump’s attorney Rudy Giuliani, who has been accused by Democrats and their media allies (or propagandists?) of peddling “Russian disinformation.”

Speaking on conservative commentator Steven Crowder’s podcast last Thursday, two days before Housley unveiled his own findings, Giuliani claimed that Biden’s lawyer had contacted Isaac on the same morning that the Post’s story had dropped.

“The very morning this came out, Hunter Biden’s lawyer called the merchant, and asked him if he could have the hard drive back. We have email evidence of that. So if the lawyer is asking for the hard drive back—it must be the hard drive,” he said.

The only discrepancy between Giualini’s claim and Housley’s findings is the date, but this could be explained by a misunderstanding on the former NYC mayor’s part.

Listen to Giuliani’s revelations below:

In its original reports last week, the New York Post unveiled emails allegedly obtained from the laptop that proved, among other things, that Hunter had been engaged in scurrilous activities during the time that this father had served as America’s vice president. The emails also suggested complicity by Hunter’s father.

One email chain reportedly showed a top executive at the scandal-plagued Ukrainian energy firm Burisma thanking Hunter “for inviting me to DC and giving an opportunity to meet your father.” The email was sent in 2015, a year before Biden pressured Ukrainian officials to fire a prosecutor who’d been investigating that same firm.

Another email chain reportedly showed an email cc’d to Hunter on May 13th, 2017, that contained specifics regarding “remuneration packages” for a half-dozen individuals who were involved in a business deal with a now-bankrupt Chinese energy firm.

Present in the email was a note that “Hunter has some office expectations he will elaborate” and a proposal for an equity split of “20” for “H” and “10 held by H for the big guy.” Some originally suspected the “big guy” may have been Joe Biden.

On Saturday, Fox News’ sources confirmed that the “big guy” is indeed “a reference to the former vice president,” which raises questions of why the former VP was receiving equity from a Communist China energy firm.

Fox’s report also referenced “[a]nother email from May of 2014 ” that “shows Vadym Pozharskyi, an adviser to Burisma’s board, … asking for the younger Biden’s advice on how to stop ‘politically motivated actions.’”

All these bombshells have been dismissed by mainstream media pundits as “Russian disinformation” and were initially suppressed by tech giants like Facebook and Twitter.

The denial of reality has grown so severe that it’s now gotten to the point that even Housley, an award-winning journalist, is being accused of the same.

Look:

Note that these accusations are coming from the same sorts of people who spent years peddling the Russian collusion delusion hoax and conspiracy theory.

Note also how the way these people treat information always seems to be rooted in politics, i.e., whether the info is good or bad for the big, bad orange man:

Vivek Saxena

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V. Saxena is a staff writer for BizPac Review with a decade of experience as a professional writer, and a lifetime of experience as an avid news junkie. He holds a degree in computer technology from Purdue University.
Vivek Saxena

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