More and more information continues to be released publicly from the laptop that Hunter Biden abandoned at a computer repair shop in Delaware and that information, by and large, paints a pretty damning picture of President Joe Biden and his family.
The latest tidbit is an angry and bitterly disappointed unsent letter from the son to his father in which the father was accused of having “finally crossed the line,” the Conservative Brief reported.
The context of the letter suggests that Hunter’s bitterness was regarding Joe’s tendency to take all of the credit for good things that had happened and not share any recognition of the sacrifice and service provided by other members of the Biden family.
Bitter disappointment at lack of credit for others
The Daily Wire reported that the unsent letter from Hunter Biden to his father was dated Jan. 14, 2017, when Joe Biden was still vice president and had just received the Presidential Medal of Freedom from then-President Barack Obama — an award that was alluded to as potentially being undeserved.
“Dad you have to listen — then you can do whatever you want,” Hunter wrote to begin the missive that is full of misspellings and grammatical errors.
“I’ll make it the last time and you can ignore it or I hope at least acknowledge that the three people on earth who have lived their lives in service to you who love you more than the next 30 combined have suddenly all concluded for their own reasons that you have finally crossed the line — that we won’t be publicly and privately humiliated while those that publicly and privately humiliate us our [sic] held to the world as the loves of your life the life of your…,” he continued.
The unsent letter is real
Parts of the letter reportedly found on Hunter Biden’s laptop had been included in the book “Laptop from Hell” written by New York Post columnist Miranda Devine, who was one of the first journalists to cover the news of Hunter’s abandoned laptop when it first emerged just before the 2020 election.
News of the laptop and its alleged contents at that time was purposefully dismissed and suppressed both mainstream and social media but has since been authenticated and confirmed as legitimate and real — not “Russian disinformation,” as had been alleged by President Biden and his cohorts.
Now, the unsent letter has been published in full by The National Pulse, which reported that it was found in the Notes app on the computer.
Aunt and uncle are deserving of recognition
Hunter went on at length in that letter to praise his Aunt Valerie and Uncle James and others in the family who, in his view, had played vital but uncredited roles in helping the Biden family survive and thrive following the tragic accidental death of his mother when he was still a young child.
Hunter asserted at one point, undoubtedly about the just-received Presidential Medal of Freedom, that if anybody in the family was deserving of a “Medal of Honor” it would be “Uncle Jimmy,” who Hunter likened to a hero who has repeatedly dived on live grenades to protect others in the family from harm.
“So dad on arguably the most rewarding day in your career you [fail] to even say and I want publicly thank the heart and soul of this family the …,” the letter abruptly concluded.