During an interview on Monday, Peter Schweizer, president of the Government Accountability Institute (GAI), revealed that his organization has confirmed President Biden was a “direct beneficiary” of Hunter Biden’s business deals with foreign interests.
Schweizer added that his organization cross-referenced information from the emails with Secret Service travel logs to corroborate their authenticity.
“GAI asked, ‘How can we demonstrate whether the emails are real?’ …” Schweizer said. “We already have, for example, Hunter Biden’s Secret Service travel records. They were released by Senator [Ron] Johnson’s committee. These are the official records that say the Secret Service traveled with Hunter to this location, to that location, etcetera.”
“So we asked, ‘Do the emails on Hunter Biden’s laptop correspond with the travel records? If our email references that [Hunter] is in Dubai on a certain date, does that line up with the Secret Service travel records?’” Schweizer continued. “Absolutely, 100 percent.”
Schweizer added, “So there is no question. Of course Hunter Biden hasn’t denied it. But there’s no question that the laptop emails that we have possession of are 100 percent accurate and correspond directly with existing material, and the information is devastating.”
Schweizer said his organization is in the process of investigating the laptop’s files, and will soon release reports that will be disastrous to the Biden family.
“We’re in the middle of the investigation now, but by the end of the year it will be completed, and it will take on a far more sinister tone than it has even now in terms of what it says about the Biden family and the vulnerabilities of the Biden family,” Schweizer stated. “It’s that bad.”
Hannity asked, “On a scale of one to ten, how bad are the coming revelations from this laptop?”
Schweizer replied, “The coming revelations [from our investigation] based on what we are in the middle of right now, on a scale of one to ten — and you know Sean, I’m pretty cautious about this stuff — frankly are an eleven. It’s that bad.”