Matt Gaetz Enters Hunter Biden’s Laptop Into the Congressional Record

Matt Gaetz Enters Hunter Biden’s Laptop Into the Congressional Record By  for American Greatness

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After grilling FBI Assistant Director for the Cyber Division Bryan Vorndran about Hunter Biden’s laptop during a House Judiciary Committee hearing Tuesday, Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.) entered the contents of the device, and a receipt from the computer repair shop where  it had been dropped off, into the congressional record.

Although the FBI took possession of the laptop in December of 2019, Vorndran stated that he does not know its current location, or whether outside actors like Russia used the laptop’s contents to compromise the First Family.

“Who has it?” Gaetz asked.

“I don’t know who has it,” Vorndran replied.

“What now you’re telling me right here is that as the Assistant Director of FBI Cyber, you don’t know where this is, after it was turned over to you three years ago?” Gaetz said.
“Yes, sir. That’s an accurate statement,” Vorndran responded.

“How are Americans supposed to trust that you can protect us from the next Colonial pipeline if it seems you can’t locate a laptop that was given to you three years ago from the First Family, potentially creating vulnerabilities for our country?” Gaetz asked.

“Sir, it’s not in the purview of my investigative responsibilities,” Vorndran replied.

Vorndran repeatedly claimed that he was not appearing before the committee to discuss Hunter Biden’s laptop, but to answer questions about the bureau’s cyber program.

“So where is it? The laptop,” Gaetz pressed.

“Sir, I’m not here to talk about the laptop, I’m here to talk about the FBI Cyber Program.”

“You’re the assistant director of FBI Cyber, I want to know where Hunter Biden’s laptop is. Where is it?” Gaetz insisted.

“I don’t know that answer,” Vorndran replied.

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