Amazing how these things never seem to work out…….
The Feds allegedly refused to take Hunter Biden’s hard drive, and instead chose to raid and harass Rudy Giuliani.
The same exact thing is being done with Pelosi’s laptop. According to reports the federal government raided the wrong home in Alaska looking for Pelosi’s stolen laptop.
How do they keep getting these things wrong?
It seems a bit convenient that every time a Democrat comes under scrutiny, or is involved in something potentially incriminating the feds can’t seem to get it right.
What are the contents of the laptop I wonder?
My bet is that there are more than a fair share of really incriminating things on there…….
Here are the latest developments:
FBI PLEASE. Walk up to door. Knock politely. Address couple at the door. Ask if they have Pelosis laptop. WHEN they stop laughing and say no. Say Thank you for your time. Stop treating people like they’re criminals when you’ve no proof they are criminals. FBI ARE ASSHOLES https://t.co/wwQ86XM1p3
— T R Kelly🇺🇸 (@Kelly2Future) May 1, 2021
so according to reporting, the FBI wants to recover Pelosis laptop by raiding but don't want to secure Hunters laptop by a raid but is also willing to confiscate privileged (lawyer/client) documents. does this sum it up? https://t.co/RwDE9umFcN
— enigma (@enigmashade) May 1, 2021
Fox News had the facts on the no-knock raid:
The Alaska owner of a boutique hotel in Homer said federal agents searched her home this week, after having mistaken her for another woman in an effort to recover Nancy Pelosi’s stolen laptop.
The House speaker’s computer was reportedly pilfered during the deadly breach of the U.S. Capitol in January.
Marilyn Hueper, who with her husband owns the Homer Inn & Spa in Homer, Alaska, said federal agents broke down the door of their home and confiscated laptop computers and a cellphone and handcuffed them and their guests during the search, according to the Anchorage Daily News.
“I think almost right off the bat, they said, ‘Well, you probably know why we’re here,’ or something like that. It’s like, yeah, no, not really. And they said, ‘Well, we’re here for Nancy Pelosi’s laptop.’ And I said, ‘Oh,’ ” Hueper told local radio station KSRM-AM.
Her husband Paul Hueper’s cellphone was also forensically audited by agents but not confiscated, she said.
The National Pulse revealed more:
Among the items seized were the family’s personal electronics and a handheld copy of the Declaration of Independence.
While an FBI spokesperson confirmed that a “court-authorized law-enforcement activity” was carried out at the Hueper residence, the agency would not comment on its potential relation to events that unfolded in the U.S. Capitol earlier this year. The FBI agents were, however, joined by at least one officer from the U.S. Capitol’s police department according to Hueper.
The Hueper’s account of their interactions with federal authorities – which Marilyn insists the agents “didn’t even let me look at their [badges] long enough” to verify – tells a different story.
“THE FBI BROKE INTO MY HOUSE TODAY… 12 AGENTS! Handcuffed me and Paul. Interrogated us, searched the house, and left with my phones and laptops,” she wrote in an April 29th post. “The FBI said they were looking for Nancy Pelosi’s laptop!! So I guess that answers one question… It really did get stolen and is still at large. […] They tried to get me to admit that I had been in the Capital building on Jan 6th… which I hadn’t… and threatened to arrest me for obstruction of justice if I didn’t give them the answers they wanted,” she added.