For years, the legend of Hunter Biden’s laptop has been circulating through the swamp known as Washington, D.C. For that same amount of time, the mainstream media discounted the existence of the device as “Russian disinformation” in lockstep.
Recently, the New York Times admitted the thing is real, and earlier this week, Rep. Matt Gaetz submitted a hard drive with the contents of the laptop into the Congressional Record while questioning a member of the FBI.
The FBI claims not to know where it is, and therefore, most likely hasn’t peeked inside.
The ongoing analysis of the hard drive of Hunter Biden’s laptop has revealed that there is multiple Department of Defense “encryption keys” on it. These keys allow access to DOD email accounts and databases. The exact number of these keys is still unknown. There may be dozens.
The keys are known more formally as “root encryption certificates.” Some of them appear to have unusually long expiration dates with many lasting twenty years or more. Such keys should not be present on a personal laptop of any kind, and there is no known reason that Hunter Biden would be in possession of them at all.
The keys were discovered only recently by Jack Maxey’s technical team working in Switzerland. Shortly after the discovery of the keys Maxey contacted the U.S. Embassy in Switzerland and reported that he had information that might compromise American national security and would like to talk to someone in the Regional Security Office to report what he had learned. His contact information was taken by the person with whom he spoke, but no one has ever called back to obtain the information in his possession.
Jack Maxey also has not been all that specific about what he has found other than encryption keys and other illegal material.
What is really on that laptop would be interesting to know, but at this point, we really don’t know for sure just what sort of Pandora’s box it is.