By Jean Patrick Grumberg – on October 21, 2020
It has been almost a week since the New York Post published the first round of information as to the contents of Hunter Biden’s laptop that was recovered from a Delaware repair shop.
Hunter dropped it off for repair, then forgot about it. Apparently the shop owner tried to reach him, but couldn’t. According to the agreement Hunter signed, and state law, after so much time went by, and Hunter did not claim the property, the laptop now belonged to the shop owner. So the hard drive and data on it was obtained 100 percent legally
There’s a shocking amount of information about deals involving China, involving Russia, involving all sorts of things they were trying to pull off” told Schweizer to Glenn Beck.
By Jennie Taer
During Wednesday’s State Department press briefing, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo teased that Sudan could be the next country to sign a deal to normalize diplomatic relations with Israel. Pompeo also revealed that the U.S. is moving to lift the state sponsorship of terror designation still imposed against Sudan.
The Trump administration recently brokered similar deals with the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, and Israel, dubbed “The Abraham Accords.” The two gulf countries signed deals with Israel at the White House last month, signaling a “new era of Middle East Peace.” A delegation from Sudan was reportedly in attendance at the signing ceremony.
Russian reports that Turkey failed in its test of the new Russian made S400 air defense system last Friday. The interceptor missed the target missile. @BeholdIsrael.org
👀: “the FBI agent answered, “Don’t worry, if you keep your mouth shut, nothing will happen” …. the shop owner gave the original hard drive to the FBI, but also made four copies, leaving two “with friends of his in case he was killed.””
This is getting good.