MASSACHUSETTS – Hunter Biden’s infamous Laptop from Hell continues to be the unfortunate gift that keeps on giving, as newly-unearthed audio files from the device reveal that the troubled son of Joe Biden appears to hold a huge degree of influence over his father, boasting at one point that the President of the United States “thinks I’m a god” and will “talk about anything that I want him to.”
Hunter Biden’s laptop was left in a Delaware repair shop in 2019 and later seized by the FBI after compromising information was discovered on it, including emails, text messages, photos and financial records chronicling how he used his political influence to cash-in on his father’s political power with several foreign countries. In addition, there were also numerous explicit photos and videos featuring Hunter himself engaging in sex acts and smoking what appears to be crack cocaine.
In a 77-minute long December 3, 2018 audio file originally recorded on Plum Island in Massachusetts – approximately five months before Joe Biden would announce his candidacy for the Oval Office in late April 2019 – Hunter can be heard talking about the extreme sway that he holds over his father.
“He’ll talk about anything that I want him to, that he believes in,” Hunter said to British artist Phillipa Horan. “If I say it’s important to me, then he will work a way in which to make it a part of his platform. My dad respects me more than he respects anyone in the world, and I know that to be certain, so it’s not going to be about whether it affects his politics.”
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Hunter – who has a history of substance abuse and crooked business dealings – then goes on to dismiss his ongoing troubles because, in his own narcissistic words, he can get away with “anything” because his politically powerful father “thinks I’m a god.”
“All those fears you think that I have of people not liking me or that I don’t love myself…I don’t fear that. You know why I don’t fear that? Because the man I most admire in the world, that god to me, thinks I’m a god,” he said. “And my brother did, too. And the three of us, it was literally…I had the support to know I can do anything.”
The recording was discovered on a copy of the harddrive from Hunter’s laptop – which has been widely distributed by this point – located within a password-protected backup of his iPhone XS; the password was cracked by a cyber forensics expert hired by the Washington Examiner.
Throughout the recording, Biden could be heard to make other claims to Horan, including boasting that he was “better than my dad,” although at what exactly, was not clear.
“Everyone thinks it, talks about how…‘How can you be as good as your dad?’ I’m better than my dad. You know why I’m better than my dad? Because my dad tells me I’m better than him, since I was 2 years old,”
Hunter also bizarrely insisted that his addiction to crack cocaine was actually extremely beneficial to his life.
“Have you ever thought about this: Maybe this is the greatest thing that f**king ever happened to me,” he said. “Maybe this is literally the continuation and the continuum of what is going to be the thing that makes me the person that my father believes I am.”
Throughout the recording, Hunter would also tell Horan that if his father was elected to the White House, it would greatly impact the promotion of art projects that the two were working on, and that he would hold great influence over Joe’s policy-making.
“He’s going to talk about drug reform and any other things that I want him to,” Hunter said.
Aside from that information and more garnered from the recording, another item of interest recovered from Hunter’s laptop was a record of a January 19, 2019 Google search he made on how to create homemade crack…just days after advising his father on political matters.
“I think I put too much baking soda in my mix with cocaine to make crack how do I fix it,” Hunter queried; it is unknown if the search results subsequently enabled him to tailor his crack to his liking.