This is standard Markk MO.
Right Wing outlets like Brietbart assert, without any evidence whatsoever, that the laptop hadn't been tampered with and you accept that conclusion no problem. However, when actual experts analyze it, including the guy who initially obtained the laptop, state that there were clearly files that had been created in the interim, you immediately want to know who these experts are and then you want to pretend like you have a leg to stand on by suggesting the Washington Post would just say something without evidence whereas Brietbart would not.
You obviously haven't read anything relating to this. Just listen to yourself. If it was tampered with it must've been by the Bidens? The people who hadn't been allowed access to it?If it was tampered with, that too will come out, maybe it was tampered with by the Biden’s trying to aerate or change damaging evidence?
For what reason would there be to tamper with a laptop owned by Hunter Biden? If it were truly evidence of criminal behavior, as the people who control it have asserted, then the last thing they'd want to do is contaminate the evidence.Why are you assuming the all these alleged people that allegedly tampered are enemies of Biden?
Cute theory, which immediately ignores the fact that this would have been impossible as no one from "Team Biden" had access to it.It seems to me that once the left found out that Hunter was stupid enough to take a laptop to a repair shop with possible damaging info, they would have a real “desire” to erase, confuse, or dampen any incriminating evidences…LOL…maybe the FBI did for Biden?
Hilarious how you respond to the fact that you and ajax are relying on lies like this one. You've gone from asserting that it wasn't tampered with to "maybe it was by the Bidens." Again, another exhibit as to why no one should really bother trying to converse with you.
https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics ... leaked-it/“[An expert] also found records on the drive that indicated someone may have accessed the drive from a West Coast location in October 2020, little more than a week after the first New York Post stories on Hunter Biden’s laptop appeared.”
“Over the next few days, somebody created three additional folders on the drive, titled, ‘Mail,' ‘Salacious Pics Package’ and ‘Big Guy File’ — an apparent reference to Joe Biden.”
One expert likened it to a crime scene that was littered with fast-food wrappers thanks to the first police who’d arrived on the scene. That’s meant as an indictment, but it’s also generous. The first people on the scene weren’t police, in this case; they were (to extend the analogy) people aiming to obtain an indictment against a particular person.
There is still an unlittered crime scene out there. The owner of the store where Hunter Biden allegedly dropped the laptop off for repairs three years ago turned the computer over to the FBI when issued a subpoena to do so. In an interview with the right-wing media outlet “Real America’s Voice,” the owner, John Paul Mac Isaac, explained how relieved he was when the FBI came to get the laptop.
... What Mac Isaac said next, though, is what was most noteworthy. When he did his “deep dive,” he said, he “saw a lot of photos” — but “did not see a lot of photos that are being reported to [have been] seen.”
“I do know that there have been multiple attempts over the past year-and-a-half to insert questionable material into the laptop as in, not physically, but passing off this misinformation or disinformation as coming from the laptop,” he said. “And that is a major concern of mine because I have fought tooth and nail to protect the integrity of this drive and to jeopardize that is going to mean that everything that I sacrificed will be for nothing.”
In other words, Mac Isaac says that he has seen claims about what the laptop contains that don’t actually reflect what he saw on the laptop at the outset. Or, presumably, sees now, as one of the few people that might still have an unlittered copy of its contents.