Hunter Biden recently stunned the presses by coming out with guns blazing, demonstrating a wanton sense of nepotism to the highest degree.
Specifically by having his personal attorney, Abbe David Lowell, fire off a letter to Matthew G. Olsen, who serves as the Assistant Attorney General for National Security for the Department of Justice.
Must be nice to be a Biden and shove oneself right to the front of the DOJ’s notice.
Especially for matters of attempting to cover up one’s crazed personal conduct as widely (and not wisely) documented on multiple laptops.
Alas, Hunter and his attorneys actually confirmed that the laptops do indeed belong to Hunter, yet they are seeking a criminal prosecution of an individual who dared to alert the nation about major national security risks embedded in the laptop.
Specifically, Hunter’s attorney alleges that the stolen laptop constitutes a violation of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, the Stored Communications Act, and the National Stolen Property Act. In addition, the lawyer also claims that dissemination of laptop contents allegedly violated 18 U.S. Code § 119, which pertained to “protected persons.”
Too bad Hunter was not yet such a “protected person” as the president’s son when the laptop was first discovered, but his attorney deceptively played that card anyway.
Along with a super self-righteous card, as evidenced in a pitiable letter.
“We write on behalf of our client, Robert Hunter Biden, to request an investigation1 into the following individuals for whom there is considerable reason to believe violated various federal laws in accessing, copying, manipulating, and/or disseminating Mr. Biden’s personal computer data,” the letter sneered.
Way to admit the laptop is most definitely Hunter’s.
Darkly hilarious reading in light of the fact 50 intel agents swore the laptop was Russian disinformation, revealing how corrupt the community is.
Of the numerous individuals targeted by the letter, the one who bears the brunt is the laptop repair shop owner.
“Mr. Mac Isaac has admitted to gaining access to our client’s personal computer data without Mr. Biden’s consent. Mr. Mac Isaac has admitted to copying that data without Mr. Biden’s consent, and Mr. Mac Isaac has admitted to distributing copies of that data to the political enemies of Mr. Biden’s father without Mr. Biden’s consent. These unlawful actions caused the widespread publication, manipulation, and exploitation of Mr. Biden’s most personal information,” the letter raged.
Ah, of course, the classic leftist way.
Blame literally everyone but themselves.
“Mr. Mac Isaac’s intentional, reckless and likely unlawful conduct allowed for hundreds of gigabytes of Mr. Biden’s personal data, without any discretion, to be circulated around the Internet. 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,” the letter continued.
And the harm Hunter has caused to the nation through his pathetic business deals? Several of which may well have severe national security implications?
Please spare us all.
“The actions described above more than merit a full investigation and, depending on the resulting facts, may merit prosecution under various statutes. It is not a common thing for a private person and his counsel to seek someone else being investigated, but the actions and motives here require it,” the letter added.
Well, no kidding.
It is not “common” at all for the average private citizen to demand that the DOJ do one’s personal bidding … nor is it “common” at all for a sitting president to order the DOJ to raid a political opponent’s house.
Unless, of course, the last name of both individuals happens to be Biden …
Author: Jane Jones