FBI Hunter Biden laptop smoking gun from March 2020 staff briefing to Senate committees, “did not have any additional information to provide”
“I have heard Joe Biden say he has never discussed his dealings with Hunter. That is false. I have firsthand knowledge about this because I directly dealt with the Biden family, including Joe Biden,”…Tony Bobulinski
“I’m making this statement to set the record straight about the involvement of the Biden family, Vice President Biden, his brother Jim Biden, and his son Hunter Biden in dealings with the Chinese.”,,,Tony Bobulinski
“It is clear the Chinese want Joe Biden to win. They have plenty of blackmail material to continue influencing (controlling) him.”…Citizen Wells
The FBI has admitted that they took possession of Hunter Biden’s laptop in December 2019.
From a October 22, 2020 filing by the US Justice Dept. in the General Flynn case we know the following:
“The Federal Bureau of Investigation has a well-documented record management program and retention plan that provides specific instructions for the collection of information, the maintenance of documents, and the retention or disposal of documents.”
“SENTINEL, which is the FBI’s electronic records management system for all criminal and intelligence gathering activities:
SENTINEL provides FBI employees the ability to create case
documents and submit them through an electronic workflow
process. Supervisors, reviewers, and others involved in the approval
process can review, comment, and approve the insertion of
documents into the appropriate FBI electronic case files. Upon
approval, the SENTINEL system serializes and uploads the
documents into the SENTINEL repositories, where the document
becomes part of the official FBI case file. SENTINEL maintains an
auditable record of all transactions.”
Upon receipt of the Hunter Biden laptop, regardless of what investigation it was for, information regarding the laptop, and certainly the owner name should have been entered in the Sentinel system.
From the Senate Committees on Homeland Security and Finance:
Hunter Biden, Burisma,
The Impact on U.S.
Government Policy and
September 23, 2020.
“On July 16, mere days before the Democrats’ July 13 letter became public, Ranking Member Peters and Ranking Member Wyden wrote to the Chairmen to request a briefing from the FBI’s Foreign Influence Task Force and other relevant members of the IC on matters related to the Committees’ investigation.233 On July 28, 2020, the Chairmen responded to the Ranking
Members and reminded them that in March 2020, the FBI and relevant members of the IC had briefed the Committees regarding the investigation and provided assurances at that time that there was no reason that the Committees should not continue their investigation.”
July 28, 2020 Letter:
“We write in response to your July 16, 2020 letter, which “reiterate[s]” a request for a member briefing from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and relevant members of the Intelligence Community (IC). As you are fully aware, the FBI advised all of us during a March 2020 staff briefing that there was nothing to preclude the continuation of our investigation.
Nevertheless, HSGAC Majority and Minority requested a member briefing from these agencies months ago. Those agencies made clear to our staff that they did not have any additional information to provide and that the relevant written products members have had access to for months speak for themselves.”
After taking possession of the Hunter Biden laptop in December 2019, the FBI tells them in a March 2020 meeting:
“made clear to our staff that they did not have any additional information to provide”
So who at the FBI kept this important information from the Senate Committees?