Today in the U.S. House Judiciary Committee, FBI Assistant Director for the Cyber Division Bryan Vorndran was asked by Congressman Matt Gaetz (FL-01) whether or not Hunter Biden’s laptop created cyber vulnerabilities for the United States. Mr. Vorndran stated that he did not know the location of the laptop.
“Who has it?” Gaetz asked. “I don’t know who has it,” the witness responded to surprise.
Next, Gaetz entered into the committee record the contents of Hunter Biden’s laptop and a receipt from “Mac’s Computer Repair” evidencing the FBI taking possession of the laptop in December of 2019. The FBI Cyber Assistant Director testified that after three years in possession of the laptop, no assessment had been made.
“How are Americans supposed to trust that you can protect us from the next colonial pipeline if it seems you can’t locate a laptop that was given to you three years ago from the First Family, potentially creating vulnerabilities for our country?” Gaetz asked.
The FBI Cyber Assistant Director said the laptop was not in his “purview.”
Gaetz further referenced “international business deals, kickbacks and shakedowns” that would he said would allow foreign adversaries to compromise the First Family. Mr. Vorndran did not speak to whether that the First Family was compromised by any of the laptop’s contents.
Mr. Vorndarn committed to carry Gaetz’s demand for a further briefing on the matter to the FBI.
Gaetz entered the contents of the laptop into the committee record.
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