Big Tech denied the veracity of Hunter Biden's abandoned laptop. However, one of his associates would have been happy to provide the proof of its authenticity if anyone had bothered to ask.
Tony Bobulinski said he would have provided the metadata and emails that proved it was Biden's laptop to anyone who asked for them, Breitbart reported. However, not one party approached the former Biden business associate.
"[W]hen The New York Post ran their article, an individual named Andy Stone stepped in…and throttled down the fact pattern," Bobulinski told Tucker Carlson on Fox News Channel's "Tucker Carlson Tonight" Tuesday. "The interesting thing with that, Tucker, is Andy Stone never reached out to me."
"He never called my lawyers. My email address was there. I'm easy to get ahold of," Bobulinksi said. "Facebook never reached out to me and said, hey, Tony, we see this email that The New York Post just published to you, is it real? Can you produce the email to us?"
Bobulinski had gone public at the time the Hunter Biden laptop story broke in October 2020, just weeks ahead of the election where Joe Biden would become president. Emails between him and Hunter Biden confirmed that the "big guy" -- whom Bobulinski identified as the soon-to-be president -- would get a kickback, the New York Post reported.
"Within five minutes, if Twitter, Facebook, anybody else had reached out, I would have produced the email with — everyone wants to talk about the metadata, oh, the emails that are being produced don't have any metadata — I would have given them the metadata that's pages long on that email that The New York Post published," Bobulinski said. Instead, the story was buried.
Then in March 2022, 18 months after the story broke, the New York Times finally admitted that the laptop was real. It's almost as if the news outlet and others let it be dismissed as Russian disinformation until after the election.
There was a smoking gun pointing to Biden family corruption. However, leftists in the media and Big Tech were not interested in the truth when it mattered.