Debbie Lesko and Andy Biggs demand answers from FBI about Hunter Biden’s laptop

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Debbie Lesko and Andy Biggs have joined forces with ten other congressional leaders to demand answers from the FBI about what information they had about what Joe Biden knew about Hunter Biden’s Russian connections. The New York Post released what they described as a “smoking gun” article that alleges there is proof that Hunter Biden introduced his father to a top executive at a Ukrainian energy firm less than a year before Biden pressured government officials in Ukraine into firing a prosecutor who was investigating the company. The information was allegedly obtained from a MacBook Pro laptop that was abandoned at a computer store. However, others have questioned the source of information. The owner of the computer store, John Paul MacIsaac, gave the Macbook to Rudy Guiliani.

Lesko, Biggs, and other members of Congress penned a letter to FBI Director Christopher Wray, demanding answers to several questions. Specifically, they want to know if the FBI was in possession of the laptop, had the laptop been authenticated, were officials at the White House or Department of Justice briefed about the laptop, and why did the New York Post know about the laptop before the American people did. 

Lesko stated on Twitter, “MUST READ: I signed @RepAndyBiggsAZ’s letter to @FBI Director Wray requesting answers about the allegation that the FBI had evidence that strongly indicates Joe Biden knew about Hunter Biden’s overseas dealings. The American people deserve answers on this shocking corruption.”

Andy Biggs also posted on Twitter, “If the FBI was in possession of Hunter Biden’s emails & failed to alert the @WhiteHouse to its existence that would have given more weight to President @realDonaldTrump‘s legal defense, this was a gross error in judgement & a severe violation of trust.”