Hunter Biden computer gate password revealed, Sensitive information, Spent $21000 on one porn site, BLM Biden’s Laptop Matters
“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
From the Daily Mail November 1, 2020.
“EXCLUSIVE: National security nightmare of Hunter Biden’s abandoned laptop containing phone numbers for the Clintons, Secret Service officers and most of the Obama cabinet plus his sex and drug addictions – all secured by the password Hunter02
- Businessman and self-confessed drug addict took the laptop to a back-street IT store in Delaware in 2019
- Scale and sensitivity of its contents – easily accessible to a hacker – is only revealed for first time today
- Included Joe Biden’s personal mobile number and numbers for former President Bill Clinton and wife Hillary
- Were also personal documents including Hunter’s passport, driver’s licence, social security and credit cards
- Laptop also showed he spent $21,000 on one ‘live cam’ porn website. Were also sex act ‘selfies’ of him
The son of the man expected by many to be America’s next President abandoned a laptop containing a treasure trove of top-secret material, including his father’s private emails and mobile phone numbers, The Mail on Sunday can reveal.
In an astonishing lapse, Hunter Biden chose to protect his MacBook Pro computer – crammed with what an IT expert last night described as a ‘national security nightmare’ and ‘classic blackmail material’ – with a single, simple password: Hunter02.
Remarkably, the 50-year-old businessman and self-confessed drug addict took the machine to a back-street IT store in Delaware in April 2019 to get it repaired – yet never returned to collect it.”
“‘It’s a data breach and dangerous to have this type of material floating around,’ said the former police commander, who advised successive British Foreign Secretaries on laptop security.
‘For someone prominent, there is not only a risk of great reputational damage but also a risk of blackmail should the material fall into the wrong hands.’