The interview between Steve Bannon and Kash Patel delves deeper into the ongoing "Nullification project" and the investigation into Hunter Biden's laptop. Patel, who has been following the case since its inception, claims that the investigation did not begin with librarians at the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) discovering overdue library books but instead with the discovery of a crime being committed.
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Patel, a former federal prosecutor and the guy who led the intelligence community classified investigations, believes that the investigation into Hunter Biden's laptop was the starting point. The laptop, which contains information about China, Russia, and Ukraine, led the Department of Justice (DOJ) to search for documentation relevant to that crime, ultimately leading them to Joe Biden's door.
Patel suggests that Biden's lawyers are not trying to silence him, but that he is continuing to deny any knowledge of classified documents. According to Patel, Biden's denial of knowledge for 20 years is an indication of his intent. Patel also highlights that as per the federal law, when it comes to handling classified documents, recklessness is enough to be considered a crime, and Biden's actions can be considered as reckless.
“… the search warrants should have gone out immediately to every location this laptop and Hunter Biden ever spent four seconds in”
– Kash Patel
The former prosecutor also highlights the importance of a timeline in understanding the case—a timeline can reveal the truth when people try to spin the facts. He also mentions the column by Miranda Devine, who goes back to the "laptop from hell" and the email that started it all.
As more and more documents are released, it becomes increasingly clear that the investigation into Hunter Biden's laptop may lead to a more extensive cover-up of crimes committed by those in power. The "waterfall of documents" that Patel predicts will only add to the growing evidence against Joe Biden and those involved in the case.
“They're saying six sets of documents for found? Well, Steve, you know, and I know for my time in government, a set one set can be 1000 pages. rarely have I ever seen in my career, one set of documents being one page. So what they're not telling us is the amount of pages that have been in the wild…”
The story of this investigation is complex and multifaceted, with many players and motives at play. It is clear that there is a web of corruption, lies, and abuse of power that needs to be exposed and held accountable. As the investigation continues, it will be important to keep a close eye on the timeline of events and the documents that are released. The American public deserves to know the truth, and it will be interesting to see how this story unfolds in the coming days.
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