Is Hunter Biden a Pedophile? Fox News Suggests Child Pornography Was Found on His Computer

Published October 19th, 2020 - 08:33 GMT
Is Hunter Biden a Pedophile? Fox News Suggests Child Pornography Was Found on His Computer
The claims have been pushed online by the QAnon right-wing conspiracy theory group. (Al Bawaba)

Days after the New York Post surprising report on emails retrieved from Hunter Biden's laptop revealing exchange of emails between Joe Biden's son and an official from the Ukrainian Burisma company, the internet has yet to examine another "scandalous" claim related to files found on Hunter's laptop; that is alleged child pornography videos.

While the claim has not yet been supported by any official statements, many social media users have shared a video of a Fox News interview with a prominent republican senator pointing to this possibility.

Sen. Ron Johnson of Wisconsin didn't confirm or deny speculations related to the FBI investigation into Hunter Biden's emails stumbling over unexpected videos that may contain child pornography" usually shared amongst pedophiles.

The claims have been pushed online by the QAnon right-wing conspiracy theory group and are based on the fact that the name of the FBI agent, who has signed the Hunter Biden subpoena following the emails scandal, is the same name of an FBI agent who is known for working on child pornography and abduction cases for many years.

However, it's not known yet if this is merely a matter of similar names or an actual connection to Biden's laptop content.

Following the interview, social media exploded with the news and many weighed on the possibility of this news being true or being merely another republican strike against the democratic candidate for the presidency only two weeks before elections.

Some Twitter commentators associated the accusations with Russian intelligence techniques, accusing the republican senator of spreading Russian propaganda to help the president Donald Trump score another term in the White House. Additionally, some argued that QAnon online publicists are "making up the story" to hurt Joe Biden's efforts to become the 46th president.

Meanwhile, as the FBI declines to comment on the issue, several websites have tried to look for interviews conducted with the owner of the laptop repair shop, saying that only he can confirm or deny such allegations. 

According to the Washington Examiner, the owner identified as John Paul Mac Isaac "told reporters last week he "did not see" child pornography on the hardware."


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