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A Peek into the Biden Family Album: Hunter Biden’s Laptop Photos Now Public


The digital pages of Hunter Biden’s notorious laptop have now been laid bare for the public’s perusal. Thousands of images, once contained solely within this infamous device, are now accessible to anyone with an internet connection.

Garrett Ziegler, a former aide in the Trump White House, shouldered the responsibility of obtaining these files and uploading them onto a public website. Ziegler shared with Fox News his intent to deliver an open window into the Biden family’s world.

Ziegler stated, “If the American people want a glimpse into their first family, they’re about to get it.”

The images, which Ziegler has painstakingly uploaded, span a timeline from 2008 to 2019 and feature a significant amount of nudity. His team reportedly took several months to sift through the approximately 10,000 photos, redacting explicit content to make them appropriate for the website.

Images of Hallie Biden, widow of Hunter’s late brother Beau, were also suitably redacted.

It’s worth noting that while some photos document sex acts and drug use, Ziegler emphasized that not all images found on the laptop fall under this category. “There are, for instance, screenshots of Candy Crush games. We’re fairly certain there’s no newsworthy content in those,” he quipped during his discussion with Fox.

Hunter Biden also appeared to have been rather casual about personal data, with Social Security numbers, bank account details, and credit card information discovered among the images. All such sensitive information has been appropriately redacted from the website.

Ziegler explained that the website is not designed to be a partisan “hit job” against the Biden family. It includes content that might cast the Bidens in a positive light, such as a heartwarming letter penned by Hunter Biden’s daughter, Finnegan, to U.S. troops stationed overseas. Ziegler noted, “It’s an adorable letter. Finnegan was about nine at the time, and it definitely portrays the Bidens in a good light.”

Billing the website as “the most exhaustive exposé of any American first family during their tenure in the history of America,” Ziegler claims that it features roughly 98 percent of the images from the now-notorious laptop.

“The American people can judge for themselves what they think about their first family through this,” said Ziegler, inviting the public to draw their own conclusions from the material.

While photos are currently the primary focus of the site, Ziegler plans to upload videos from the laptop as well, once the labor-intensive censorship process for explicit content is completed. The website, BidenLaptopMedia.com, is now up and running for anyone interested in exploring this digital exposé.

Alexandra Russel
Alexandra Russel
Highly respected journalist and political commentator with over a decade of experience in the industry. Alex was born and raised in Florida, where she developed a passion for writing at a young age, leading her to pursue a degree in journalism from the University of Florida. After graduation, she worked as a political reporter for several local and national publications before being appointed as the chief editor at Conservative Fix.

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