New Leak: Joe Biden Warns Hunter 'Be Careful What You Text - Likely I'm Being Hacked'
New batch of text messages and images leaked from Biden's 'laptop from hell'
A new batch of text messages, emails, and images has been leaked from the "laptop from hell," which has now been confirmed by forensic experts to belong to Joe Biden's son, Hunter.
The latest release of shocking content from Hunter Biden's abandoned laptop has been published in a report by The Daily Mail.
In screenshots of conversations between Joe and Hunter, the elder Biden warns his son to "be careful" what he says in text messages as he believes it is "likely I'm being hacked."
“Be careful what you text. Likely I’m being hacked,” Joe said in a message to Hunter, as he considered his 2020 campaign for president.
During text messages, Hunter begs his father to run for president in the hope it will help him salvage his own reputation.
"If you dont run ill never have a chance at redemption," Hunter told his dad.
Perhaps the future president had reason to worry because it’s no mystery that Joe Biden in 1986 led the effort on the Senate Judiciary Committee to enact the “Anti-Drug Abuse Act,” according to Breitbart.
The move set about establishing first-time mandatory minimum sentences for drugs like cocaine.
Any potential misstep regarding his son’s struggle with addiction could complicate Joe Biden’s political record.
Even so, screenshots indicate Joe Biden showed leniency towards Hunter and even offered money to pay for Hunter’s daughter's dentist bill.
“Do you want me to do anything about the Maisy dentist bill?” Joe Biden asked.
Hunter replied, “It was supposed to be paid yesterday… I’ll pay it when I have more money.”
“You need not pay me back," Joe Biden replied.
"What do you want me to do? Pay the dentist? Or anything else?”
Hunter’s challenges may have caused his dad other conundrums, including the possible implication of misusing the Secret Service to protect his son against himself in an alleged case involving Hallie Biden finding a gun “inside of Hunter Biden’s pickup” and tossing “it in a trash can behind a grocery store where they frequently shopped.”
Apparently, though, Hunter may not have always been a political liability.
According to the Daily Mail, “When the former Delaware senator was elected Vice President in 2008, it put an end to Hunter’s lucrative career as a lobbyist to avoid the appearance of conflicts of interest.”
This encouraged Hunter to “embark on a series of controversial business ventures” while falling “into a cycle of crack and prostitute binges, scandal and rehab.”
But “resentment” seemed to be percolating by February 2019 between the father and son, when Joe Biden presumably, according to screenshots, messaged Hunter, wishing him “Good morning my beautiful son. I miss you and love you. Dad.”
Hunter’s response was not so soft, as he was angered at his father for “having made clear to the world that the only reason for not [running for president is your] family problems im glad to be the f***ing bullseye you painted on my back.”
“Your team just made me the uncontrollable troubled tax cheat philanderer sex and drug addict that you tried so hard to fix but couldn’t yt.
"They just totally wrote my life away,” Hunter continued.
“If you dont run ill never have a chance at redemption.”
Joe Biden ignored Hunter’s complaints by saying he would run for president, reminding Hunter again he was a “target” for hacks.
“I’ll run but I need you. H[allie] is wrong.
"Only focus is recovery. Nothing else…
"When you can and feel like it call.
"Positive my text etc a target. Love.”
Joe Biden announced his intentions to run for president only two months later.
Hunter Biden left his 2017 MacBook Pro laptop at a Wilmington, Delaware computer repair shop in April 2019 and never returned for it.
In October last year, emails leaked from the computer sparked a scandal before the 2020 presidential election but were dismissed as Russian disinformation by the Bidens and other senior Democrats, social media giants Twitter and Facebook, and several major media organizations.
After obtaining a copy of the hard drive, The Daily Mail commissioned top cyber forensics experts Maryman & Associates to analyze its data and determine whether the laptop's contents were real.
The firm's founder, Brad Maryman, is a 29-year FBI veteran Supervisory Special Agent who served as an Information Security Officer and founded its first computer forensics lab.
Maryman and his business partner Dr. Joseph Greenfield used the same forensic tools to pick apart the drive as federal and state law enforcement use in criminal investigations, and prepared a report for the Mail.
The report said the data on the drive "appear to be authentic," and that after an extensive search of its contents for any tell-tale signs of tampering, Maryman and Greenfield found "no evidence" of fabrication – by Russians or anyone else.
"The data on the system before April 2019 appears to be related to Mr. Biden, with timestamps appearing to be between 2016 and 2019," the Maryman and Associates report said.
"The operating system timestamps appear to be authentic, and no evidence was found to suggest that the timestamps or data were altered or manufactured.
"No indications were found that would indicate the data was manufactured."
In a presidential debate in October, Joe Biden referred to the leaks of Hunter's emails as "a bunch of garbage."