Viral Images On Hunter Biden’s Laptop Revealed

Viral Images On Hunter Biden's Laptop Revealed

Right-wing organization Marco Polo has posted nearly 9,000 pictures from Hunter Biden’s laptop online.
The pictures give a clear picture of Hunter’s hedonistic past as the mysteries of the laptop come to light.

According to reports, the images were taken between 2008 and 2019 and were received by Garrett Ziegler, a former aide in Donald Trump’s White House.

In addition to family portraits and candid shots from ordinary life, the 8,864 photos uploaded to also feature hundreds of pictures depicting the First Son using drugs and having prostitutes.

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The 53-year-old son of President Joe Biden is still the subject of numerous federal investigations for possible tax and weapons offences.

Garrett Ziegler, a former member of the Trump White House staff, formed Marco Polo, which describes itself as “a nonprofit research group exposing corruption & blackmail.”

‘If the American people want to know what their first family is like, they’re going to get it. And we’re not going to be taking out photos that paint the Bidens in a good light,’ Ziegler said.

Ziegler also pointed out that a number of photographs containing sensitive data, such as those holding credit card numbers, Social Security numbers, and financial information, had been redacted.