Jack Maxey, a former co-host on Steve Bannon’s “War Room” podcast, claimed that he plans to release thousands of deleted files recovered from Hunter Biden’s infamous laptop.
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When it comes to Hunter Biden’s allegedly ‘erased’ content, it’s being reported that 80,000 images and videos and over 120,000 emails were recovered by Maxey’s team, as he claims, which totals 450 gigabytes of “erased material” from Hunter Biden’s laptop abandoned at a Delaware computer store in 2019.
Maxey claims he’s the source responsible for distributing copies of Hunter Biden’s laptop’s hard drive to media outlets and members of Congress, which includes The Washington Post, The New York Times and Republican Iowa Sen. Chuck Grassley, as stated in a news report.
In fear of retaliation from the Biden administration, Maxey left America for Switzerland, after he allegedly saw black SUVs appear outside his house. He claims that due to his success uploading the laptop file to a file-sharing service, Swiss Transfer, located inside the country, he chose to go to Switzerland.
“I came here so that we could do a forensic examination of Hunter’s laptop safely in a country that still respects human liberty and the ideals of liberal democratic principles. I do not believe this would have been possible inside the United States. We had numerous attempts on us from trying to do a thing like this there,” Maxey said.
Maxey also added that no major outlet would take a look at the laptop’s contents, and that in a moment of “desperation,” he reached out to a former U.S. intelligence agency staffer friend of his in February 2020 to view the materials. Maxey claimed that after looking at the contents, his intelligence officer friend told him if he didn’t release more material, he would be “a dead man.”
“Very dear friends of mine, the sharp tip of the spear, were making welfare calls to me every day, basically to see if I was still alive,” Maxey alleged.
Maxey attempted to upload the original set of emails to drop boxes around the world, but the files were removed in under 15 minutes in some cases, he said.
“There were five drop boxes: two in the United States, one in New Zealand, two in the U.K. All the same drop boxes in which they tell us child pornography is shared around the globe without any consequence because they can’t look at it. These are all Five Eyes countries, English-speaking countries in an intelligence-sharing agreement. And they were ripped down,” Maxey explained.