An explosive article about the contents of Hunter Biden’s laptop, that has escaped scrutiny by the mainstream American media and law enforcement until recently, appeared in UK media on Thursday and is going viral, yet the source of information in that article says sex and drugs is not the story he wants people focused on.
“Let’s paint these guys individually as the ones who stole the election with their credentials and a compliant press,” Maxey said about John Brennan, James Clapper, and Mike Hyden, and others, pointing me to two posts in Politico that claim to expose Biden’s Laptop was Russian disinformation.
Recall the contents of the laptop have been verified by top forensics experts, according to the Daily Mail.
— Overlake™ 🦅Let's Take Down the CCP🦅 (@georgiodecorati) April 8, 2021
CONNECTING THE DOTS
Everyone in the American MSM called the Hunter Biden Laptop story "Russian disinformation". But saying that was actually "Chinese disinformation." Here is the true story. Let's keep beating this drum. Our nation hangs in the balance. https://t.co/rF42JXYHCU
— Eric Metaxas (@ericmetaxas) April 2, 2021
The article’s source who provided the laptop to the Daily Mail is Naval Veteran Jack Maxey. Maxey was first rebuked by Youtube, Twitter, and other platforms for talking about the laptop before the 2020 Presidential election, and then outright banned from Twitter after posting some of the laptop contents on his own Twitter timeline.
“10/19/20, the War Room got taken down [From Twitter] along with the New York Post. My own Twitter account was dropped for some reason a month ago,” Maxey told me.
“Twitter sent me a first message telling me that someone had warned them that I was self-harming and that people cared about me. Then they sent me a message saying that I was using Twitter to create spam. Then they sent me a message asking me to remove 3-4 tweets referencing Bob Woodward and WaPo. I did it. Then they sent me an email saying upon further review they were suspending me permanently bc I promoted abuse,” Maxey said.
Maxey, a co-host of the show, had the laptop directly from the shop owner of where the laptop had been abandoned, directly by Hunter Biden. Maxey discussed the contents on Steve Bannon’s War Room Pandemic until the show was taken down off its platforms, left to scramble for new ways to distribute the popular podcast.
Bannon is also a Naval Veteran.
WHAT IS THE REAL STORY?
Maxey sees the contents of Biden’s laptop as more than just bombastic stuff about sex and drugs; Maxey told me he sees much more to the bombastic contents, he sees “real election interference.”
“Let talk about how real election interference was perpetrated by Clapper, Brennan, Hayden, et al. THIS IS THE BIG STORY. Trust me,” Maxey told me and directed me to an article in Politico.
MAXEY SENT ME HERE
From her Politico article, Hunter Biden’s story is Russian disinfo, dozens of former intel officials say, Natasha Bertrand reported, “More than 50 former intelligence officials signed a letter casting doubt on the provenance of a New York Post story on the former vice president’s son.”
“More than 50 former senior intelligence officials have signed on to the letter outlining their belief that the recent disclosure of emails allegedly belonging to Joe Biden’s son “has all the classic earmarks of a Russian information operation.”
The letter, signed on Monday, centers around a batch of documents released by the New York Post last week that purport to tie the Democratic nominee to his son Hunter’s business dealings. Under the banner headline “Biden Secret E-mails,” the Post reported it was given a copy of Hunter Biden’s laptop hard drive by President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani, who said he got it from a Mac shop owner in Delaware who also alerted the FBI,” Bertrand wrote.
So, taxpayer-funded, career Intelligence servants called the exposure of Biden’s Laptop “Russian Disinformation,” which took down Bannon and Maxey, two naval veterans who turned American media sources.
The letter the intelligence community wrote protecting the Biden family gave Big Tech cover to steal American civil liberties from Naval Veterans and other Americans. And it took Maxey to connect the dots.
Maxey directed me to the letter, which was also posted in Politico:
Public Statement on the Hunter Biden Emails
October 19, 2020
We are all individuals who devoted significant portions of our lives to national security. Some of us served in senior positions in policy departments and agencies, and some of us served in senior positions in the Intelligence Community. Some of us were political appointees, and some were career officials. Many of us worked for presidents of both political parties.
We are all also individuals who see Russia as one of our nation’s primary adversaries. All of us have an understanding of the wide range of Russian overt and covert activities that undermine The US national security, with some of us knowing Russian behavior intimately, as we worked to defend our nation against it for a career. A few of us worked against Russian information operations in the United States in the last several years.
Perhaps most important, each of us believes deeply that American citizens should determine the outcome of elections, not foreign governments. All of us agree with the founding fathers’ concern about the damage that foreign interference in our politics can do to our democracy.
It is for all these reasons that we write to say that the arrival on the US political scene of emails purportedly belonging to Vice President Biden’s son Hunter, much of it related to his serving on the Board of the Ukrainian gas company Burisma, has all the classic earmarks of Russian information,” the letter read.
THEY PUT THEIR NAME ON IT:
Signed: James Clapper, Mike Hayden, Leon Panetta, John Brennan, Thomas Finger, Rick Ledgett, John McLaughlin, Michael Morell, Mike Vickers, Doug Wise, Nick Rasmussen, Russ Travers, Andy Liepman, John Moseman, Larry Pfeiffer, Jeremy Bash, Rodney Snyder, Glenn Gerstell, David B. Buckley, Nada Bakos, James B. Bruce, David Cariens, Janice Cariens, Paul Kolbe, Peter Corsell, Brett Davis, Roger Zane George, Steven L. Hall, Kent Harrington, Don Hepburn, Timothy D. Kilbourn, Ron Marks, Jonna Hiestand Mendez, Emile Nakhleh, Gerald A. O’Shea, David Priess, Pam Purcilly, Marc Polymeropoulos, Chris Savos, Nick Shapiro, John Sipher, Stephen Slick, Cynthia Strand, Greg Tarbell, David Terry, Greg Treverton, John Tullius, David A. Varnell, Winston Wiley, Krid Wood.
In addition, nine additional former IC officers who cannot be named publicly also support the arguments in this letter.
About the people who signed the letter, Maxey said, “They also caused harm to NY Post me and others with their lies. They owe an apology to the American people and the world,” Maxey said.
You can find Jack Maxey on Gab.
Kari is an ex-Community Organizer who writes about Voter Engagement, Cultural Marxism and Campaigns. She has been a grassroots volunteer with the GOP, on and off for 18 years. She is a Homeschool Mom in North Carolina and loves Photojournalism and Citizen Journalism. @Saorsa1776