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NY Times: Hunter Biden “laptop from hell” authenticated

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Important information that could have changed the way Americans voted in the 2020 presidential election has been verified by the New York Times more than a year later.

Buried in the back of the New York Times on Wednesday, a simple admission was made, the laptop from hell is real.

Here’s the response from White House press secretary Jen Psaki when she was asked if the president will now change his stance on the implications of his son’s abandoned laptop.

According to the Times, the emails between Hunter Biden, Archer and others regarding their international business activity came from files the publication obtained that “appears to have come from a laptop abandoned by Mr. Biden in a Delaware repair shop.”

People familiar with the emails and investigation confirmed their authenticity to the Times.

As part of their investigation into Hunter Biden, the Times reports, federal prosecutors have looked into emails between the first son and his former business associates that were recovered from the laptop.

A month before the 2020 general election, The New York Post exclusively reported on the contents of Hunter Biden’s laptop which he haphazardly dropped off at a Delaware repair shop in April 2019.

The laptop’s hard drive apparently contains emails, text messages, photos and financial documents between Hunter Biden, his family and business associates.

The laptop also reportedly lays out how the president’s son used his political leverage in his overseas business dealings which financially benefitted the Biden family.

The Delaware repair shop owner reported the laptop to the FBI, which seized the device and its hard drive. Now he lives in an undisclosed location due to death threats.

Hunter Biden has been under federal investigation for tax evasion since his father was vice president.

Now the probe is looking into how his international business dealings intersected with President Biden’s political career.

Bill Barr, who was the US Attorney General when the existence of the laptop was first reported, said Thursday that the Democrat media’s intentional coverup of the story as “Russian disinformation” constituted election interference.