Hunter Biden’s legal team sets the stage for a major case against the GOP in its legal response to a defamation lawsuit filed by a computer store owner.
In a 42-page legal filing Friday morning, Biden’s attorneys filed six counterclaims, arguing that computer repairman John Paul McIsaac had no legal right to access and distribute information from Biden’s laptop. 2020 Presidential Election. Images, emails and text messages allegedly belonging to Hunter Biden were later released.
“The purpose of the invasion of Mr. Biden’s privacy and dissemination of the information was not for any legitimate purpose, but to injure and embarrass Mr. Biden,” the filing reads.
The latest choice The Republican obsession with and investigation into Hunter Biden’s laptop has shown that it is hurting them politically with all non-Republicans.
House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer has admitted that the probe into Hunter Biden’s laptop was fake.
Republicans thought Hunter Biden would allow Trump to anoint himself and his family to get him back into the White House, but they were wrong.
Biden appears to be setting up a counteroffensive, and if the judge rules that the laptop repair shop owner has the right to copy and share the data, the door will be open to legal action against everyone in Trump’s world. , processing and distribution of information.
Hunter Biden is not a government official. He does not run for office, nor does he work for the government. Just as the only reason the information was released was to harm his father, there is no legitimate purpose for Republicans in Congress to investigate him.
Republicans may deeply regret pushing Hunter Biden’s laptop plot.
Jason is the managing editor. He is also a member of the White House Press Pool and Congressional Correspondent for PoliticusUSA. Jason has a bachelor’s degree in political science. His graduate work focused on public policy, with a specialization in social reform activities.
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