Miranda Devine's Book on Hunter Biden's Laptop Will Be Used as a Roadmap for Republicans to Investigate Joe Biden After Midterms
Since its release, NY Post columnist Miranda Devine's book has been referenced by hundreds of news stories surrounding Hunter Biden. The book, titled "Laptop from Hell: Hunter Biden, Big Tech, and the Dirty Secrets the President Tried to Hide," goes into detail about not only the infamous laptop, but also her investigation surrounding the Biden family's numerous improprieties.
But all of it's fodder if there is no action taken. And while taking down Hunter and "Uncle Jim" would be nice, the real target for any investigation must be "the Big Guy" if there's to be anything more than embarrassment to the regime. On the latest episode of The Midnight Sentinel, I asked Devine about the prospects for an investigation into Joe Biden and her response was encouraging:
"Oh a hundred percent. And look, we know right now that there is an investigation going on into Hunter. There's at least one, there's another investigation going on to Jim on a separate matter. Look, just yesterday, I was given from a sort of anti-corruption nonprofit called Marco Polo, a subpoena that was issued in May of 2019 by the US attorney in Delaware for JP Morgan Chase Bank for financial details pertaining to Hunter Biden, Jim Biden, and two of their partners, Devon Archer, and Eric Schwerin, any transactions to do with the Bank of China. Money coming in or when they're going out, anything and any other accounts that might be related to those people, at least 15 companies, many of them that Hunter Biden is director of, a couple of them that other business partners that aren't listed in the subpoena controlled, and that money from overseas, from China and Russia and so on was going into