Hunter Biden’s Laptop Declared Authentic in Gun Trial, Contradicting Biden Administration’s Disinformation Claims


No tampering occurred with Hunter Biden’s laptop, witness Erika Jensen, an FBI agent, told Hunter’s gun trial jury on Wednesday.

Hunter’s forensics expert, Denver Riggleman, claimed during a CNN appearance in 2023 that data in the “public sphere” from the “Laptop from Hell” had “no relation” to the laptop. In other words, the president’s son’s defense team suggested that the laptop — or at least part of it — was not authentic.

“No,” Jensen replied when the prosecution asked on redirect if she had seen any evidence of tampering with the laptop data, according to court reporters.

Hunter’s attorney, Abbe Lowell, tried to undermine the credibility of the laptop on cross-examination. “Did you find out if any of the files had been tampered with,” he asked Jensen.

“I did not,” she replied.

On Tuesday, Jensen confirmed the authenticity of Hunter’s infamous laptop.

The DOJ confirmed the laptop was Hunter’s by determining that he left it at a computer store and that the contents matched what authorities obtained via a search warrant of Hunter’s iCloud, as reported in January.

President Joe Biden and his press secretary also gave inaccurate statements about the laptop’s origin:

  • Joe Biden: “Overwhelming evidence from the intelligence community” suggested it was Russian disinformation.
  • Joe Biden: Hunter’s laptop was just “a smear campaign” and “a bunch of garbage.”
  • Jen Psaki: The laptop was part of a “broad range of Russian disinformation.”

The case is United States v. Hunter Biden, No. 24-1703 in the United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit.

Wendell Husebo
Wendell Husebo
Former GOP War Room Analyst and founder of Healthy Living Magazine.

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