by WorldTribune Staff, October 20, 2022
Trump White House advisor Garrett Ziegler said his research group Marco Polo has published a major report on Hunter Biden’s “laptop from hell” and sent its findings to all 535 members of the House and Senate as well as jurisdictions where alleged crimes by Joe Biden’s son took place.
Ziegler said, after obtaining a copy of the laptop, Marco Polo investigators had undertaken “what every single law enforcement institution in this country, especially and including the FBI, is not going to do,” which is compile and release a detailed historical record of everything contained on laptop Hunter Biden abandoned at a Delaware computer repair shop in April 2019.
The 630-page Marco Polo report found that hundreds of documented violations of state and federal laws were found on the laptop, including 140 alleged business-related crimes, 191 sex-related offenses, and 128 drug-related crimes.
“This report is a culmination of 13 months of research by half a dozen men who recognize that the Biden laptop is the Rosetta Stone of political corruption, soft corruption and also crimes,” Ziegler told WorldTribune.com.
“We’ve logged at least 459 violations of state and federal laws and regulations,” he said. “There is no excuse for Republicans now to not submit criminal referrals to the Department of Justice. We don’t need another 2-year investigation that goes nowhere and ends with no criminal referrals. This cannot be another Benghazi or Hillary’s emails investigation.”
WorldTribune.com, the New York Post and the British press have reported on initial documentation published by the group. “That’s why we started Marco Polo. To supply truthful writers (and thereby the public) with research,” Ziegler said.
The crimes Hunter Biden allegedly committed, according to the report, include serving as an agent for foreign entities without disclosing it, tax fraud, and falsifying business documents. The alleged crimes also include prostitution, non-consensual pornography, and distribution of narcotics.
“There’s been some phenomenal writing so far on the sex and degeneracy,” Ziegler told Daily Wire, but “The focus of the report is on crimes … I had a compulsion to log every crime, even the state-level statutes. The mission is simple: Hold Republicans’ feet to the fire. We don’t want to hear that Republicans need another year to do an investigation.”
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Marco Polo’s investigation of the laptop includes a graphic portrayal of Hunter Biden’s penchant for hard drugs, prostitutes, and porn.
It also documents Hunter Biden’s relationship with his sister-in-law turned lover Hallie, who Hunter had a relationship with after his brother Beau died of brain cancer in May 2015.
The report also details evidence related to a gun purchase which investigators reportedly believe they have enough evidence to charge Hunter Biden over.
Photos found on the laptop appear to show that, in the weeks before he bought the gun, Hunter had taken crack cocaine. It is now up to the U.S. Attorney in Delaware, who was appointed by President Donald Trump, whether Hunter will be charged.
“The mission is simple: Hold Republicans’ feet to the fire. We don’t want to hear that Republicans need another year to do an investigation. I’ve done that here…”
Republicans are expected to launch an investigation in to the laptop if they regain control of the House in November’s midterms.
Ziegler told The Sun: “Our number one goal is to ensure that Republicans don’t waste time. The investigation has been done. This report is a simple but extremely thorough roadmap for who needs to be subpoenaed for which timeframes and for what types of crimes. … This report finally answers that question, so Republicans can’t go back and say they still need to look at what’s on the laptop.”
John Paul Mac Isaac, the owner of the Delaware computer repair store where Hunter Biden abandoned his MacBook, filed suit in Delaware state court on Monday against Hunter Biden, the Joe Biden 2020 presidential campaign, Rep. Adam Schiff, CNN, and Politico. The eight-count complaint alleged claims of defamation, civil conspiracy, and civil aiding and abetting against the defendants based on statements they made after the New York Post published the scandalous materials recovered from Hunter’s laptop, The Federalist reported on Thursday.