FBI Director Wray DODGES Question On Hunter Biden Laptop , You’ll Be SURPRISED What He’s Hiding Now

In a House Intelligence Committee hearing, FBI Director Christopher Wray refused to confirm whether he believed the Hunter Biden laptop story was “disinformation.” Republican Representative Elise Stefanik posed the question to Wray twice, but he responded vaguely, citing an ongoing investigation that restricted him from sharing more.

The Hunter Biden laptop story was initially dismissed by Democrats, who claimed it was Russian disinformation when it was first reported by the New York Post in October 2020.

Twitter even locked the Post out of its Twitter account and suppressed anyone who attempted to share the story. Facebook also suppressed the story. However, the establishment media later confirmed that the laptop and its contents were genuine.

Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper, who had signed a letter claiming that the Hunter Biden laptop story was Russian disinformation, recently claimed that the letter’s message was distorted by Politico. The letter was not explicitly calling the story disinformation but raising the prospect.

Wray also denied under questioning from Stefanik that FBI personnel were in contact with Twitter about the Hunter Biden laptop story. However, according to Twitter documents released by Twitter CEO Elon Musk to independent journalist Michael Shellenberger, the FBI did pressure Twitter to suppress the story by warning it could be part of a Russian “hack and leak” operation.

Hunter Biden’s laptop repairman, John Paul Mac Isaac, reported that an FBI agent threatened him to stay silent after Isaac told the agent he would change the FBI agent’s names when he published a book about the “laptop from hell.”

The FBI also urged Twitter to censor the story, and former FBI general counsel Jim Baker, who was Twitter’s new general counsel, insisted there were “some facts that indicate the materials may have been hacked.”

Wray also refused to confirm the New York Post’s reporting that the FBI had Hunter Biden’s laptop in December 2019, which would have given the FBI ample time to verify its content and origins.

In conclusion, Stefanik expressed her dissatisfaction with Wray’s non-answers, stating that the American people deserve answers and that Wray’s behavior was unacceptable.

The Hunter Biden laptop story is a reminder of the mainstream media’s and Big Tech’s censorship and manipulation of stories in favor of their preferred narrative. It’s vital that Americans have access to accurate and unbiased news. The Republican Party continues to fight for transparency, truth, and justice in the media and Big Tech.