Here ya go....this is the email sent to John Paul by Hunter Biden's lawyer. It is in reference to returning the laptops. Also...the attorney said Hunter dropped em off in 2017. Nope..try April 2019. He didn't even know when he left em there. Redactions on this document are mine https://t.co/QszglOJV1d pic.twitter.com/VvEguJ0Cec— Adam Housley (@adamhousley) October 17, 2020
Hunter didn’t even remember when he dropped the computers off at the Delaware repair shop. That is why the lawyer thought he brought them to the shop in 2017.
Jonathan Turley is questioning the timing of this release. [Usually, Democrats are the only ones with an October surprise.] But, as Housely says, we should be more concerned that the FBI had this information for a year-and-a-half and did nothing.
Facts. FBI has hard drive and they don’t get subpoenas for empty hard drives. John Paul saw Hunter and has receipts and signatures and full details and they all check out. Hunters lawyers called and asked for them back.— Adam Housley (@adamhousley) October 17, 2020
Houseley answers more questions:
The computers were never connected to the internet while at the shop. Hunter wreaked of alcohol when he dropped em off...for liquid damage. Again...this guy did the right thing...there are a hell of a lot more things "wrong" with the response by authorities. https://t.co/gXjhtZPnTE— Adam Housley (@adamhousley) October 17, 2020
I am muddling nothing. He is legally blind..get it? He's a computer repair guy who is a bit worried about everything. He doesn't deal with the media..ever. He's put on the spot and worries about how to answer since he is legally blind. Absolutely expected. https://t.co/rgs3Q8Cp5D— Adam Housley (@adamhousley) October 17, 2020
What's wrong is people are attacking a guy who actually did the right thing. He didn't call you guys. He didn't try and sell it..he and his Vietnam Vet dad tried to give it to the FBI more than a year ago. Your questions should aim at them. https://t.co/gXjhtZPnTE— Adam Housley (@adamhousley) October 17, 2020