Yesterday I opined there were three massive scandals associated with Hunter’s laptop: Biden family corruption, FBI coverup, and media censorship. Watching MSM reporting about FBI sources (plus Schaffer’s, Clapper, etc.) claiming Russian disinformation, I want to add Scandal No 4:
IMO someone or some group likely viewed the laptop and whatever other hidden evidence exists, as an insurance policy to control Biden. If he got out of line, evidence could be made public, Hunter goes to jail, and President Biden resigns in disgrace. It’s called extortion.
So the question is, who, besides the Chinese, holds the keys? Obama? FBI and CIA? DOD? The swamp generally?
Durham’s investigation may already touch on this. If not that investigation could be expanded.
(Schiff) damn spell check

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