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  • Originally posted by Kidicious View Post
    How sad.
    Nice analysis.
    Dude, this whole hail-mary accusation/fantasy still relies on Hunter Biden being the stupidest man in the universe.
    Pro tip: He's not. But if you believe this "evidence," you might be.
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    • The evidence is verified.
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      • "Jonathan Turley: Hunter Biden's laptop and the Facebook, Twitter censorship scandal – watch these 3 things

        Here's why the latest Hunter Biden scandal is so curious


        By Jonathan Turley | Fox NewsVideoTurley: Twitter engaged in 'private censorship' of Hunter Biden story


        Fox News contributor tells 'Bill Hemmer Reports' action 'smacks of something associated with state media'

        The convergence of law and politics is a common occurrence in Washington. While law is used to ascertain truth, politics is often used to obscure it.

        That is why the truth is rarely evident in looking at a scandal straight on. Rather it requires peripheral vision or analysis – often what is not evident is what is most enlightening.

        This most famous example of such reasoning was found in Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s story “Silver Blaze,” on Sherlock Holmes’s investigation of the disappearance of a racehorse.

        The local inspector asked if there was “any point to which you would wish to draw my attention?”

        ADRIANA COHEN: FACEBOOK, TWITTER'S THUGGISH CENSORSHIP AND ELECTION INTERFERENCE MEAN NO CITIZEN IS SAFE

        Holmes responds, “To the curious incident of the dog in the nighttime.”

        When the inspector objects, “The dog did nothing in the night-time,” Holmes replies, “That was the curious incident.”
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        There is always something a tad curious of Washington legal scandals in what has not occurred. That is why the latest Hunter Biden scandal is so curious.
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        When the story broke in the New York Post, the Biden campaign was faced with thousands of emails that purportedly showed clear support for allegations that Hunter Biden was given millions as part of an influence-peddling scheme related to his father, then-Vice President Joe Biden.
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        There was ample reason to be skeptical about the sketchy account of a computer being left by Hunter Biden at a computer store with a man who cannot see beyond a couple of feet. And then there is the timing of disclosure just weeks before an election.

        The problem was the absence of "barks" from the Biden camp. The computer files revealed a host of embarrassing pictures of Hunter Biden using drugs or exposed in other embarrassing ways. The emails contain dates and addresses that match up with confirmed records.

        If they are fabricated, there were three barks that we would have expected within hours of the release.

        Bark 1: This was not Hunter Biden’s computer

        The most obvious response would be that this is not the computer of Hunter Biden. After all, the computer store owner John Paul Mac Isaac who is legally blind said that he could not recognize the person who dropped off the laptop.
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        However, Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani has now stated, as a fact, that “the laptop was left by Hunter Biden, in an inebriated, heavily inebriated state with the merchant.” That does not purport with what Isaac said.

        However, there remains the question of a laptop with a “Beau Biden Foundation” sticker on it with highly incriminating files.

        Someone in the campaign must have called Hunter Biden and he had to have told them whether or not it was his laptop.

        The response on ownership has been crickets for days.

        Bark 2: These were not Hunter Biden’s photos or emails

        Even if the campaign cannot deny that the computer was Hunter Biden’s, it could deny that these incriminating pictures and emails were his.

        Again, crickets.

        Note that if these are fabricated emails or pictures, this would be a serious federal crime and the basis for legal action.

        CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS OPINION NEWSLETTER

        The Biden camp has no shortage of lawyers. Indeed, they have been signing up lawyers in droves in preparation for election challenges.

        Yet, there is not a single allegation of fraud or fabrication after days of a brewing scandal.

        Bark 3: This is defamation

        Perhaps this bark is the most telling. If these emails or pictures are fabricated, it is a clear case of defamation and other tort actions.

        It would seem that one of the hundreds of lawyers currently lined up by the Biden campaign would fire off an "intent to sue" letter.

        Truth is a defense to defamation, so the letter might start with the earlier bark and deny that this was Hunter Biden’s computer and these were Hunter Biden’s file.

        One big difference between the legal and political worlds is that in the latter there is no protection for the right to remain silent. In politics, scandals can be managed but not silently.

        Instead of these obvious barks, the public heard something closer to a whimper: that the campaign could not find any notation on Vice President Biden's official schedule that he met with a Ukrainian figure connected to the payments to his son Hunter Biden.

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        It would be a curious sight in itself for Biden’s official schedule to include “meeting with Ukrainian connected to Hunter.” Many meetings are not part of an official schedule that staffers know is subject to official records laws for preservation and review.

        That is what is so curious about the Hunter Biden story and, to move from Sir Arthur Conan Doyle to Lewis Carroll, it is becoming “curiouser and curiouser.”

        - Jonathan Turley
        I drank beer. I like beer. I still like beer. ... Do you like beer Senator?
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      • Or perhaps the Biden campaign is smart enough not to dignify this obvious fake news by feeding it the free publicity it so desperately seeks.

        Hilarious that this is circumstantial Fox News opinion piece BS is all you can come up with.
        Apolyton's Grim Reaper 2008, 2010 & 2011
        RIP lest we forget... SG (2) and LaFayette -- Civ2 Succession Games Brothers-in-Arms

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        • Originally posted by Kidicious View Post
          The evidence is verified.
          LOL, this thing stinks to high heaven, and shows just how desperate Team Trump is. This is Bannon and Giuliani throwing a hail mary and hoping it goes viral. The backstory is so obviously fake as to be laughable. The repair shop guy can't keep his story straight. Even the NY Post bylined lead writer is a sham - her first byline ever, and oh, she's a former producer for Sean Hannity. I've posted about the warranty date. I've posted the Tech Crunch article listing 7 ways the story is ridiculous. And that's just the start of the issues.

          You have no answer for any of this, just another unfounded claim.

          Please, Kid, post your actual evidence that this laptop story is legit. With links. We can hardly wait.
          Apolyton's Grim Reaper 2008, 2010 & 2011
          RIP lest we forget... SG (2) and LaFayette -- Civ2 Succession Games Brothers-in-Arms

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          • You have cognitive dissonance or something. Fox News corroborated an email. I posted the link already.
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              Dude, "Sources told us" is NOT corroboration. Especially from Fox News.

          • You'd think Trump would establish a no go zone around kids lest someone look into the business dealings of his.
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            • Berzerker
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              you dont think people are scrutinizing the Trump clan enough?

          • However, Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani has now stated, as a fact, that “the laptop was left by Hunter Biden, in an inebriated, heavily inebriated state with the merchant.” That does not purport with what Isaac said.
            Hunter Biden lives in LA and got high off his [redacted] as you do. He then decided to take a broken computer all the way to a rando shop in another state as one does in order to leave it there. Is that what we're supposed to believe?
            I make no bones about my moral support for [terrorist] organizations. - chegitz guevara
            For those who aspire to live in a high cost, high tax, big government place, our nation and the world offers plenty of options. Vermont, Canada and Venezuela all offer you the opportunity to live in the socialist, big government paradise you long for. –Senator Rubio

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            • Biden campaign wants the laptop back!
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              • I’d like to see some evidence that this is a supposed Russian trick. So far all we have heard from is “unnamed sources” which have zero credibility as they usually turn out to be lying partisan politicians.
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                • Even if it's a hack it's still real. The emails are verified. Manufacturing evidence like that would be a federal crime, and many people would have to be in on this hoax.
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                  • There is no evidence that Russia is evolved in this but doesn't seem likely that someone would just leave that laptop like that. That said, criminals are stupid, and nothing is out of the realm of what stupid things they do.

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                    • Originally posted by DinoDoc View Post
                      You'd think Trump would establish a no go zone around kids lest someone look into the business dealings of his.
                      Well given his poll numbers it figures he'd try a hail mary.

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                      • The is a signature from the person that left the laptop for repair. Giuliani says it's H. Biden. That needs to be verified.
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                        • Rumor is there is child pornography on there, and that's what the grand jury is for.
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