‘Laptop from Hell’: New book accuses media of downplaying Hunter Biden scandal

Despite sordid rumors surrounding evidence unearthed from an abandoned laptop linked to President Joe Biden’s son, few mainstream media outlets paid much attention to the scandal prior to the 2020 presidential election.

A new book is now revealing new documents said to bolster concerns about corruption throughout the Biden family.

“Coordinated censorship operation”

According to the Daily Wire, Biden is facing accusations that he leveraged his political power and status as vice president during the Obama administration to obtain lucrative deals that benefited him, his brothers, and his son Hunter.

The information at the root of the book was largely derived from official documents, emails, text messages, and other information found on the laptop Hunter Biden reportedly abandoned at a computer repair shop in Delaware.

In Laptop from Hell: Hunter Biden, Big Tech, and the Dirty Secrets the President Tried to Hide, author Miranda Devine continued her prior argument that mainstream and social media outlets ignored or downplayed the bombshell revelations that surfaced shortly before last year’s election.

She noted that her book seeks to expose the “coordinated censorship operation by Big Tech, the media establishment, and former intelligence operatives” that had been intended to suppress stories related to the laptop from receiving widespread attention in the runup to Election Day.

The author promised that her book contains a “treasure trove of corporate documents, emails, text messages, photographs, and voice recordings, spanning a decade” that “provided the first evidence that President Joe Biden was involved in his son’s ventures in China, Ukraine, and beyond, despite his repeated denials.”

Controversy continues to grow

Among the examples of that purported evidence were numerous complaints from Hunter Biden that he had essentially been relegated to the position of the family’s moneymaker.

The president’s brothers also allegedly served a similar role, albeit to a lesser extent, and benefited from their connection to the longtime elected official.

That information could have proved crucial to undecided voters if it had received more attention from news outlets and social media platforms, critics say.

Devine’s book was released on Tuesday and has soared to the top of Amazon’s best-sellers list, suggesting that an audience is eager to learn more about the controversial laptop and the secrets it might have contained.

Now that the election is over and Biden is president, it might be more difficult for the media to suppress such information going forward.

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