The Rich Zeoli Show- Hour 1:
- On Wednesday night, Hunter Biden finally conceded that the infamous laptop abandoned at an electronics repair shop in Wilmington, Delaware belonged to him. Biden’s attorney Abbe Lowell accused John Paul Mac Isaac, several Trump advisors, and Senator Rob Johnson of unlawfully accessing personal information on Biden’s surrendered laptop. Lowell has requested a criminal probe into the dissemination of information from the laptop.
- According to The Wall Street Journal, the FBI is expected to search the Indiana home of former Vice President Mike Pence.
- When the Hunter laptop was initially uncovered prior to the 2020 Presidential Election, members of the media, as well as then-candidate Joe Biden repeatedly dismissed the laptop as Russian disinformation. Will anyone be held accountable for their politically motivated dismissal?
- Despite dismissing the laptop abandoned at a Delaware electronics repair shop as Russian disinformation for over two-years, Hunter Biden now admits it belongs to him—but why? CNN’s Dana Bash said she suspects it has something to do with Republicans now controlling the House of Representatives and their vow to investigate Hunter’s foreign business dealings.
- House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer (R-KY) spoke with the National Archives on Tuesday. Rep. Comer claimed the National Archives told him they have no problem with complete transparency regarding President Biden’s mishandling of classified documents—leading Comer to conclude the lack of cooperation and openness is due to Merrick Garland’s Department of Justice. When asked about the accusations, both White House Council Ian Sams and White House Press Secretary Karin Jean-Pierre refused to provide clarity.