Hunter’s “sugar brother” engaged in disinformation campaign to discredit the Hunter Biden “laptop from hell” issue


If things go as expected, given the country’s two-tiered justice system, Hunter Biden may never be given a perp walk, let alone be charged with anything. After the fiasco where Michael Sussmann, despite overwhelming evidence, was acquitted of lying to the FBI while people who trespassed at the Capitol on January 6 languish in jail 17 months later, it’s clear our criminal justice system is broken.

Yet as Biden awaits the results of a federal investigation in Delaware into his taxes and foreign business dealings to become public, there is a move afoot to attempt to “flip the script” on his laptop scandal, according to Miranda Devine of the New York Post.

Devine, author of the New York Times bestseller “Laptop From Hell” writes that the same Los Angeles entertainment lawyer who “loaned” Hunter Biden over $2 million to pay his tax debts is in the midst of a campaign to “discredit the laptop and divert attention from its damning revelations” which reveal the Biden crime family’s shady international influence-peddling operations.

Kevin Morris has gathered a group of 30 lawyers and investigators to help Biden and “blunt the impact” of the Delaware investigation, CBS News reported.

However leaks emanating from inside the Morris scheme as well as a “hand-scrawled mind map” he shared with friends and colleagues indicate there is a “chaotic disinformation” campaign which is attempting to rewrite the story of how Biden’s laptop came to be found.

Morris is attempting not to debunk the actual contents of the laptop, which has been verified by multiple media organizations since the story was first broken by the Post in October 2020, only weeks before the presidential election.

Rather he is trying to build a story which debunks the facts of how the laptop became public, first of all denying that Hunter Biden had abandoned the laptop in a Delaware repair shop on April 12, 2019, while further pushing a narrative that the laptop had somehow been stolen, “hacked,” or “cloned.”

That may be what they are attempting to do, however the chain of custody “has been well established by The Post,” Devine writes.

According to Devine, John Paul Mac Isaac became the legal owner of Hunter Biden’s MacBook 90 days after he brought it to the repair shop and failed to reclaim it, nor pay the $85 repair bill.

Upon finding Ukrainian material on the laptop he believed relevant to Donald Trump’s first impeachment trial, Mac Isaac turned the computer over to the FBI on Dec. 9, 2019.

Meanwhile about 9 months later, in August 2020, Mac Isaac, who had kept the contents of Biden’s laptop on a hard drive to protect himself, sent a copy of the contents to Bob Costello, the lawyer of Trump’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani, via FedEx.

It was Giuliani who alerted the Post. The copy of the hard drive was the basis of the October 2020 reports published by the paper, which revealed Joe Biden’s involvement in his son’s overseas business ventures, despite his repeated denials.

Morris however is claiming that Hunter Biden never dropped off his laptop with Mac Isaac, despite a receipt he has produced where Hunter Biden signed for the laptop, with his signature being verified by a handwriting expert. Morris claims the laptop was one which Hunter Biden had abandoned at his psychiatrist, Dr. Keith Ablow’s office in Newburyport, Mass on Feb. 1, 2019. Ablow was treating Hunter Biden for his crack addiction, Devine writes.

In his “mind map,” Morris alleges that Roger Stone, an ally of former President Trump, and his lawyer, Tyler Nixon allegedly developed a plot with Ablow and Mac Isaac to create “clones” of the laptop left at Ablow’s office to discredit Joe Biden before the 2020 election.

The ties between Stone and Ablow are slim at best, with the former having written the foreword for Ablow’s 2020 book, “Trump Your Life,” while Ablow is tied to the New York Post by virtue of columns he wrote for the paper in 2009.

The conspiracy theory…or shall we say “misinformation” (where are you Scary Poppins Nina Jankowicz?)—has been aired by CBS News and is being blasted on Twitter by the Brooklyn Dad Defiant account, which is run by a left-wing social media influencer, Majid Padellan. Padellan has allegedly been paid thousands of dollars by a Democratic-aligned PAC to blast pro-Biden opinions.

Padellan started the campaign, Devine says, a couple of weeks back, tweeting about Stone and Ablow while alleging, “Dr. Keith Ablow is one of the shady characters that is being exposed for tampering with Hunter’s laptop, one of many in the busted chain of custody…#AblowClones”

However Devine says this assertion “is easily disproven” and Ablow dismissed it out of hand as “a work of fiction.” Stone meanwhile called the tweet “insane conjecture bordering on defamation,” and by Mac Isaac as a “loose effort to muddy the waters.”

Biden did in fact abandon yet a second laptop at Ablow’s office (what is it with this guy and laptops anyway?) along with a $12,000 Loro Piana blazer that he never picked up, despite a number of reminders from Ablow’s secretary.

Ablow retained the second laptop in a safe located in his basement for a year, until his home was raided by the Drug Enforcement Administration on Feb. 13, 2020.

While Ablow was never charged over the raid, DEA agents seized the laptop, which was then returned to Hunter Biden’s attorney George Mesires. A pretext for the raid on Ablow’s home? It sure seems that way.

Hunter Biden had a third laptop that, according to him, was stolen by Russian drug dealers in August 2018, he claimed during a “drug bender” in Las Vegas. Biden actually recorded himself speaking of the incident in a video on the Mac Isaac laptop.

At the time Biden kept misplacing laptops, he was addicted to crack cocaine while “being paid millions by shady characters in China, Russia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan and Romania while his father was vice president,” Devine wrote.

Hunter Biden owned at least 46 Apple devices in the eight years between 2011 and 2019, which included 20 iPhones, eight Mac computers, nine iPads and three Apple TVs, according to Konstantinos Dimitrelos, a cyber-forensics expert retained by the Washington Examiner to examine a copy of the Mac Isaac-originated hard drive. According to Dimitrelos, the drive was “indisputably authentic [with] no evidence of any hacking or file manipulation.”

While there are a number of issues with the conspiracy theory derived by Morris of the “Ablow clones,” the most significant ones are authentic videos and other materials unique to the Mac Isaac laptop which were created after Hunter “forgot” his second laptop at Ablow’s office.

For example, Devine notes, 13 videos were created on the Mac Isaac laptop using the “Photo Booth” app between Feb. 6, 2019, and March 10, 2019, most of which included Hunter Biden’s obsession of recording his sexual dalliances.

Devine writes that Photo Booth videos are saved internally on a Mac, and are not uploaded to the cloud whenever such a computer is synched to other devices. Devine explains what this means is that the videos are “unique to the Mac Isaac laptop,” which confirms it could not be a clone to the earlier Ablow laptop.

For example in one of the videos from Feb. 24, 2019, Hunter was involved in a conversation with his sister-in-law-turned-lover, Hallie Biden which became heated. They argued over a column by New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd, who wrote that the “troubled Hunter” could prove problematic to Joe Biden’s presidential aspirations.

Devine writes that the publication date of the column lines up with the time stamp of the video, created 23 days after Hunter Biden abandoned his second laptop at Ablow’s office.

Ablow, who until now hasn’t spoken publicly about Hunter Biden, said: “I never looked at any laptop belonging to Hunter Biden, much less shared my laptop belonging to Mr. Biden with anyone, ever.”

“I wouldn’t know how to access a password-protected laptop if my life depended on it,” Ablow continued.

According to two of Hunter Biden’s friends, Morris is described as a “sugar brother” who has also been paying his $20,000 per month rent in California.

Morris founded a company last June, Media Courthouse Documentaries, which has been examining Hunter Biden’s life. Part of his activities brought him to Serbia with a film crew last November, where they accessed the set of “My Son Hunter,” an upcoming movie about Hunter Biden’s laptop.

The Biden family crooked? You decide.

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