New York Times Admits Hunter Biden Laptop Is Authentic

NYT has admitted to the authenticity of Hunter Biden’s laptop.

  • The New York Times has admitted that the laptop reportedly belonging to Hunter Biden is authentic.
  • According to The Daily Caller, the Times has been able to gather evidence that appears to have come from a laptop that Hunter Biden abandoned in a repair shop in Delaware.
  • The Times’ piece indicates the laptop was authenticated by those familiar with a tax liability investigation the first son was believed to be involved with.
  • An editorial in The New York Post incredulously called out the Times for their previous reporting in which, according to the Post, NYT attempted to “whitewash coverage of Joe Biden.”
  • The Post called NYT’s previous reporting an example of “willful ignorance” in the wake of the Post’s reports about the laptop confirmed by one of Hunter Biden’s business partners, Tony Bobulinki.
  • “Now we’re 16 months away from the 2020 election, Joe Biden’s safely in the White House, and the Times finally decides to report on the news rather than carry the Biden campaign’s water,” the Post’s editorial board said in their response to the authentication.
  • The NYT report hyperlinks to an article written in 2020 just before the presidential election and shortly after reports of the laptop made it to voters.
  • The article seems pointed at casting doubt over the existence of the laptop and the data held within it.
  • That article was later updated in 2021 after Hunter Biden’s father, now President Joe Biden, was firmly seated in the Oval Office.