It’s Confirmed: The Hunter Biden Emails are Real
Last week the New York Post released its now-famous report on the corruption of the Biden Crime Family, namely Hunter Biden and Joe Biden, who we can now see is definitely corrupt. One attack on those New York Post reports was that the information in them was inaccurate, provided by the <insert scary, Cold War-era music> Russians, or fabricated by Guliani.
Of course, all of that speculation from the New York Times and its kin about the veracity, or lack thereof, of the New York Post’s information has been debunked. The Hunter Biden emails are real. In this article, I’ll show what the NYT was saying about the story and how that speculation was debunked and the veracity of the emails was proven, even if Big Tech claimed otherwise when attempting to stop the story from spreading.
To do that, I have a number of sources and facts that show that the Hunter Biden emails were not made up but are actually emails from Hunter’s computer that he sent. Those facts include one of the recipients of an email corroborating the NYP’s report, the fact that Hunter signed for the computers when he dropped them off, and the fact that the Biden Campaign hasn’t denied the allegations. And there are many more, read the entire article to find out what they are!
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What the New York Times and Similar Papers Had to Say
Never an organization to say anything bad about a Democrat, the New York Times quickly jumped into the fray and attacked the New York Post for publishing the articles on the Bidens, claiming that the information in them was either untrue or provided by the scary Russian menace.
Similar papers followed suit and slandered the NYP with all manner of charges of false reporting or impropriety. Of course, we can all see the irony of that and know that the NYT, CNN, and others are the real fake news sites and that the Hunter Biden emails are real.
But, so you know the criticisms and are able to effectively rebut them to show your peers why the Hunter Biden emails are real, here is what the NYT and others like it had to say.
What the NYT said about the Hunter Biden emails:
In an article entitled “Facebook and Twitter Dodge a 2016 Repeat, and Ignite a 2020 Firestorm,” the NYT said that
“Early Wednesday morning, the New York Post published a splashy front-page article about supposedly incriminating photos and emails found on a laptop belonging to Hunter Biden, the son of Joseph R. Biden Jr. To many Democrats, the unsubstantiated article — which included a bizarre set of details involving a Delaware computer repair shop, the F.B.I. and Rudy Giuliani, the president’s personal lawyer — smelled suspiciously like the result of a hack-and-leak operation.”
The article went on to state, without hedging or fact-checking, that it was possible that the article was “Russian disinformation” and say that there was no evidence to show that “events they purport to describe actually happened” and that we can’t tell “if if the emails it describes are authentic, fake or some combination of both.” It also, incorrectly, states that “Mr. Biden’s campaign denied the central claims in the article.” The Biden Campaign has not denied the facts of the story; based on that alone, it is very possible that the Hunter Biden emails are real.
Now, in all fairness, that article does not claim that the emails are fake. But it’s overall language and word-choice makes it abundantly clear that the author, Kevin Roose, believes them to be fake and does not think that they should be treated as accurate, and if they are, they should be ignored and discussion about them silenced because they are “hacked information.” No previously uninformed reader would leave the article thinking that the Hunter Biden emails are real, which shows the problem that our media has become.
While the NYT’s hedging might be fine under normal circumstances, just think of everything the NYT has published about Trump. It published his tax returns without verification or concerns about their source. It cheered the Atlantic’s depiction of him as uncaring about our military, even though that story was completely unverified.
More examples abound for those that desire to look, those two are only the most recent. Either the NYT should be okay with somewhat unethically sourced information or not okay with it. And if it gives credence to some unverified claims, why not other, far better-supported claims? The NYT is biased and not an organization that should be trusted to help you figure out that the Hunter Biden emails are real.
What Other Organizations Said
Other anti-Trump media sources followed the NYT’s lead in bashing the NYP articles.
The Philadelphia Enquirer, for example, claimed that “New York Post ‘bombshell’ echoes false Kremlin propaganda about Joe and Hunter Biden.” Unsurprisingly, it gave no evidence to back that claim.
Similarly, Business Insider, a site I will now no longer visit, claimed that “the Hunter Biden email controversy shows how ‘exploitable’ and ‘grotesquely vulnerable’ Trump and Giuliani are to Russian intelligence.” What support was given in defense of that claim? Again, none at all, other than that the authors dislike Guiliani.
With no proof at all given in the ~50 word article, a website called “Political Wire” claimed that the “Alleged Hunter Biden Email Appears Forged.” Since they gave zero evidence, I think I’ll believe the exact opposite, which is that the Hunter Biden emails are real.
And no story about fake news companies lying to America would be complete without a mention of the Washington Post, which called the emails “hilariously suspect” and described the entire article and situation as a “laughably weak new scandal.” Now, I don’t know about you, but I don’t find credible reports of corruption “hilarious.” And when the VP’s son is emailing Russian officials and his father in an attempt to get a prosecutor fired, it would be hard to call revelations of that “laughably weak.”
Finally, there’s CNN which has never let go of the fake Russia collusion story and is claiming that “US authorities [are] investigating if recently published emails are tied to Russian disinformation effort targeting Biden.” That might be true. In fact, the investigation itself is probably happening. But, at this point, it’s utterly ridiculous to believe that Trump was colluding with the Russians. Mueller found nothing to that effect in his years-long investigation. The only candidate colluding with Russian and Ukrainian oligarchs was Joe Biden.
How I Know that the Hunter Biden Emails are Real
Now that we’ve gotten the discussion of what those distasteful sites had to say about whether the Hunter Biden emails are real or not, let’s dig into why we know they are real.
Pieces of Evidence that the Hunter Biden Emails are Real:
Background on How they Were Obtained
What the NYP said Happened
The first piece of evidence that the Hunter Biden emails are real comes from the details of the story about how they were obtained. Here’s what the NYP had to say about the background story information on the emails:
“The computer was dropped off at a repair shop in Biden’s home state of Delaware in April 2019, according to the store’s owner… The customer who brought in the water-damaged MacBook Pro for repair never paid for the service or retrieved it or a hard drive on which its contents were stored, according to the shop owner, who said he tried repeatedly to contact the client. The shop owner couldn’t positively identify the customer as Hunter Biden, but said the laptop bore a sticker from the Beau Biden Foundation, named after Hunter’s late brother and former Delaware attorney general.”
To me, that story sounds pretty believable. Hunter is a crack addict, after all. It makes sense that he forgot to pick up his computer and made such a dangerous and harmful mistake.
What Giuliani Said Happened Helps Show that the Hunter Biden Emails are Real:
Further details come from Rudy Giuliani, who stated that:
“The gentleman who was repairing the hard drive — and Hunter Biden abandoned it,” recounted Giuliani, apparently referring to John Paul Mac Isaac. “He [Hunter Biden] may very well have forgotten where he left it for a while, because the gentlemen who got it said he [Hunter] was drunk for the entire time that he dealt with him, and he dealt with him twice.”
“The gentleman, after he saw a lot of these things in the newspapers, got concerned that he had some kind of illegal property because of all these allegations that were being made back and forth about the Bidens,” Giuliani continued. “So he looked at the hard drive, and when he looked at the hard drive, he was very concerned with what he saw.”
“Months later, after House Democrats began impeachment proceedings against Trump, Giuliani claimed the shop owner became angry by “what he regarded, from what he had seen on the tape, as very, very false allegations” against the president and contacted “a group of people and sent out notes [saying] ‘I have something.'”
Now, I know all of that initial information on why I think that the Hunter Biden emails are real comes from the horse’s mouth. Giuliani was deeply involved. But, everyone involved has given similar stories. The FBI did collect the laptops, as the computer-repair technician claimed. I think they’re telling the truth about how they came across them, which makes it more believable that the Hunter Biden emails are real.
Further Evidence that the Hunter Biden Emails are Real:
But, it would be very irresponsible to claim that the Hunter Biden emails are real simply because the backstory about how they were obtained is believable. There needs to be more evidence that is related to the actual emails themselves.
All of the Evidence was Closely Investigated
The first piece of evidence to that effect comes from Giuliani and his legal team, who investigated the laptop, hard drive, and emails themselves to see if it appeared that they were real. Here’s what Giuliani had to say:
“Bob checked everything out, made sure that the document was authentic. He then … authenticated the hard drive with a number of different tests he performed. And then he got a copy of it from the gentleman. And then he began cataloging it. And then he brought it to my attention.”
The Biden Campaign Hasn’t Denied the Allegations
If it were true that the Hunter Biden emails were Russian disinformation, then you’d expect the Biden Campaign to be saying so. You’d think Biden would want people to know that and to know that he and his son weren’t acting corruptly.
However, that’s not what has happened. Instead, the Biden Campaign has dodged the question and refuses to say if the Hunter Biden emails are real or fake. Here are a few videos that show Biden and his people dodging the question.
Biden refusing to answer:
A Biden Campaign worker saying that the emails are not inauthentic:
Hunter Biden Emailed the Shop Owner Asking for the Hard Drive Back
If this video is accurate, then it is irrefutable evidence that the Hunter Biden emails are real. Why would he be asking for the hardrive back if it wasn’t his in the first place?
One of the Other Men in the Emails Claims that The Hunter Biden Emails Were Actually Sent and that Joe Biden Knew What Was Going On:
According to a recent Fox News article entitled “Source on alleged Hunter Biden email chain verifies message about Chinese investment firm,” further proof that the Hunter Biden emails are real comes that one of the other men in the email chain confirmed their veracity.
According to the article, “One of the people on an explosive email thread allegedly involving Hunter Biden has corroborated the veracity of the messages, which appear to outline a payout for former Vice President Joe Biden as part of a deal with a Chinese energy firm.”
Additionally, the article claims that “Sources told Fox News that “the big guy” is a reference to the former vice president. The New York Post initially published the emails and other controversial messages that Fox News has also obtained.”
So yes, the Hunter Biden emails are real. And Joe was far more involved in Hunter’s sketchy dealings than was previous thought.
Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe Has Stated that the Hunter Biden Emails are Not Part of a Russian Disinformation Claim
Combatting the recent claims from the NYT and others that the Hunter Biden emails are part of some continued Russian campaign to influence our election, John Ratcliffe, our Director of National Intelligence has stated that the Hunter Biden emails are real and not part of any Russian attempt to sow disinformation.
According to a RealClearPolitics article entitled “Director of National Intelligence Ratcliffe: Hunter Biden Laptop, Emails Not Russian Disinformation,” Director Ratcliffe said “Let me be clear, the intelligence community doesn’t believe that because there is no intelligence that supports and we shared no intelligence with chairman Schiff or any other member of Congress that Hunter Biden’s laptop is part of some Russian disinformation campaign. It’s simply not true.”
So the intelligence community, despite assertions to the contrary, thinks the Hunter Biden emails are real.
What We Already Know about Hunter Biden Lends Credence to the Idea that the Hunter Biden Emails are Real
A report by The Hill on whether the Hunter Biden emails are real makes a good point about the veracity of the emails; contextually, they make sense. Everything appears real, there are thousands of documents and photos, and it lines up with what is already known about Hunter’s corrupt and illegal activities. Here’s what the author of that report said:
“Here, we have thousands of Biden photographs and videos that plainly appear to be real. The emails make contextual sense, and they fit what is known about Hunter Biden’s business activity (about which a great deal of investigative journalism has been done, most effectively by Peter Schweizer).”
Hunter Signed Off for the Computers When He Dropped Them Off
Here’s what a recent Fox News article had to say. It adds further evidence to my assertion that the Hunter Biden emails are real:
“Documents obtained by Fox News appear to show Hunter Biden’s signature on paperwork from the Delaware computer repair shop where the former vice president’s son reportedly dropped off a laptop that included emails related to his overseas business dealings.
The document allegedly signed by Biden details repair work that was to be performed on three MacBook Pro laptops at “The Mac Shop” in Wilmington, Delaware. Aside from the signature, the paperwork notes Biden’s name in the “bill to” section for a cost of $85.”
If the signature is Hunter’s, then there is almost no way that the emails are made up or that they were somehow hacked.
Who Cares If the Emails were Hacked?
Finally, the same report by The Hill on whether the Hunter Biden emails are real, in addition to making many of the points that I have made previously, makes the point that the veracity of the Hunter Biden emails is not affected based on how they were sourced. In the words of the author, “even if the information had been hacked, that would not make it inauthentic. The reason hacking is a serious offense that causes humiliation and wreaks financial and privacy havoc is because it exposes true information.”
The media, as usual, is lying. The Hunter Biden emails are real. Not fabricated. Not hacked and stolen (not that that really pertains to their veracity). And not part of some Russian smear campaign. No, Hunter and Joe, along with Hunter’s other associates, were taking money from the Ukrainians and Chinese in exchange for using the office of the Vice President to help out those individuals that were bribing them.
By: Gen Z Conservative