On October 19, 2020, fifty-one former intelligence officials signed a letter entitled “Public Statement on the Hunter Biden Emails,” which claimed Hunter Biden’s emails were part of a “Russian disinformation operation.” Following 17 months of censorship by Big Tech and the dinosaur legacy media, The New York Times confirmed the legitimacy of the emails on March 17, 2022.
Florida Congressman Matt Gaetz is seen here grilling the FBI’s Assistant Director of Cyber Security Bryan Vorndran about Hunter Biden’s laptop during a hearing on oversight of the FBI’s Cyber Division on Tuesday.
Vordran testified that he didn’t “have any information about the Hunter Biden laptop,” which the FBI seized from a Delaware repair shop in December 2019.
After Vordran’s repeated squirming and denials, Gaetz asked him, “Will you commit to give us a briefing as the Assistant Director of FBI Cyber as to where the laptop is, whether or not it’s a point of vulnerability, whether or not the American people should wonder whether or not the first family is compromised?” Vorndran replied, “Sir, I’d be happy to take your requests back to our office.”
In response, Arizona Congressman Andy Biggs tweeted: “FBI Director Christopher Wray wouldn’t show up to an FBI Cyber Security hearing today. Director Wray has not answered any of the 3 letters we’ve sent his way in the past 3 weeks. Director Wray’s replacement could not provide me with any answers.”
All of this was a perfect set-up for Gaetz to introduce the ‘Spook Who Cried Wolf Resolution’ to indefinitely bar the security clearances of 51 intelligence officials who publicly signed a letter decrying the contents of Hunter Biden’s computer as “Russian disinformation”. The Resolution is co-sponsored by Andy Biggs (R-AZ), Dan Bishop (R-NC), Louie Gohmert (R-TX), Paul Gosar (R-AZ), Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA), and Thomas Massie (R-KY).
The infamous Laptop from Hell, a copy of which Gaetz had in his possession on a small external hard drive is now an official matter of record, entered into the congressional record, despite initial attempts to block the request by House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler (D-NY).
Gaetz celebrated by tweeting this video clip of the exchange, where he wrote, “SUBPOENA HUNTER BIDEN!”
Joe Kent, who is campaigning to represent Washington State in Congress, touted the Resolution, saying, “This is an essential 1st step to stop intelligence officers from using their access to classified information to interfere in our political process. We must hold those who abused their power accountable to restore the American Peoples’ faith in our intel community.”