(Tony Sifert, Headline USA) Hunter Biden‘s Hollywood attorney has produced a second Biden laptop in a desperate attempt to cast doubt on the authenticity of the “laptop from hell” and all the portends of doom it contains.
Kevin Morris, Biden’s lawyer, and his team of fixers have leaked a photo of another laptop that Hunter “lost track of” circa 2019, which an anonymous member of the team called “the Rosetta stone,” according to CBS News.
“They can send us theirs and we’ll see what they have,” the source said. “They should be the ones with the burden of proof in this nasty circus.”
Biden and Morris are hoping the appearance of a second laptop will “blunt the impact of an ongoing federal investigation into [the laptop from hell],” according to CBS.
That investigation is being conducted by U.S. Attorney David Weiss, the lone surviving Senate-confirmed U.S. Attorney appointed by former President Donald Trump.
The difficulty for Team Hunter, however, is that they have been unable to produce any “evidence of alterations to the drives that have leaked,” CBS reported.
That is likely because, as the Washington Examiner has recently confirmed, the contents of the laptop from hell are authentic.
The Examiner commissioned “cyberforensics expert” Konstantinos “Gus” Dimitrelos to do an in-depth examination of the material from the original laptop, which first made news when the New York Post published its bombshell article in October 2020.
“My analysis revealed there is a 100% certainty that Robert Hunter Biden was the only person responsible for the activity on this hard drive and all of its stored data,” Dimitrelos said.
“Based on the data I examined, there was no manipulation of any photographs, emails, documents, or other user activities,” he continued.
The Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday that House Republicans on the Oversight Committee are gearing up for an investigation of Hunter’s finances, should they — as expected — become the majority party after November’s midterms.
“We’re definitely laying the groundwork to come out of the gate in January,” Rep. James Comer, R-Ky..