March 30, 2022 Updated 8:32 A.M. ET
WASHINGTON (FCV) – Early Tuesday morning during a House Judiciary Committee oversight hearing of the FBI’s Cyber Division, Florida Congressman Matt Gaetz (R) attempted to enter the contents of Hunter Biden’s infamous laptop into the Congressional record.
Gaetz, while holding up what appeared to be a hard drive, made a unanimous consent request to enter “the contents of Hunter Biden’s laptop, which I’m in possession of.”
After a brief moment of silence, the committee’s Chairman, Jerry Nadler (D-NY), objected whilst visibly conferring with aides. “I will object, pending further investigation,” Nadler said.
Despite failing to have the contents of the hard drive admitted, Gaetz succeeded in his unanimous consent request to enter into record a copy of the receipt issued by the computer repair shop where the laptop was initially dropped off in April of 2019.
The FBI seized the laptop in late 2019 and Twitter censored the New York Post’s story containing the laptop’s seemingly incriminating content just weeks before the 2020 election.
Initially, critics on the left called the laptop ‘Russian disinformation,’ but this week the New York Times verified the authenticity of the laptop, generating renewed scrutiny from Republicans.
Later in the hearing, Congressman Gaetz grilled Assistant Director of the FBI’s cyber division, Bryan Vorndran, on the laptop’s whereabouts. “You are the Assistant Director of FBI cyber, I want to know where Hunter Biden’s laptop is, where is it?” said Gaetz. Vorndran responded, “Sir, I don’t know that answer.”
Several top Republicans, including Gaetz, have said that should Republicans take back the House and/or Senate in the upcoming midterm elections, Hunter Biden will be subpoenaed. The growing number of voices in favor of doing so, comes as new reports allege Hunter Biden assisted in securing funds for a US biolab contractor in Ukraine.
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