Donald Trump’s former lawyer and former mayor of New York, Rudy Giuliani, denounced that in the raid conducted on him in April by the FBI, everything was taken except hard drives belonging to Hunter Biden, which contained “disgusting” videos of child pornography.
The Justice Department obtained a search warrant for Rudy Giuliani at his home and studio to seize records and electronic devices.
The raid was reportedly linked to an investigation into whether Giuliani illegally lobbied former President Donald Trump on behalf of officials and oligarchs in Ukraine, a country the former mayor went to in order to dig up “dirt” on then-candidate Joe Biden and his son Hunter.
After that event—through his lawyer—Giuliani issued a statement with the information that he now repeated himself in an interview: the FBI “flatly refused” to take the hard drives when “they were offered on several occasions.”
During an interview published on July 6 by former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee, Rudy Giuliani detailed the FBI raid on his facilities and reiterated that the agents wanted nothing to do with Hunter Biden’s hard drives.
“The only incriminating thing in my house are the Hunter Biden hard drives, and they wouldn’t take them,” he said. “I mean, I offered them the incriminating evidence here. I’ve got plenty of crimes for you, and the FBI said, ‘No, no, no, we don’t want that.”
Huckabee was shocked. “They didn’t take the laptops, right?”
Giuliani answered: “It contains one crime after another, including child pornography.”
Last year, the former mayor had anticipated that the “confidential information” and photos on the hard drive are “disgusting” and will “shock the hell out of you.” “It’s authentic as hell,” Giuliani insisted.
“Some of those pictures on it can only have come from him. And I will tell you why I know it for sure,” he added.”I have about 10 pieces of confidential information nobody knows except me and Hunter Biden,” Giuliani said.
Last year, during an interview on “Fox & Friends,” Giuliani said he and his attorney received a copy of Hunter’s hard drive, which was in the hands of a Delaware computer technician.
According to Robert Costello, Giuliani’s attorney, the hard drive contains some 40,000 e-mails, thousands of text messages, photographs and videos of Hunter in “very compromising positions.”
The owner of the computer shop said he copied data from his laptop after President Biden’s son turned it in for repair.
Apparently, in the Giuliani raid, it was not the first time the FBI had been close to the contents of Hunter Biden’s computer. According to Giuliani’s attorney, the technician turned over a copy of documents and images to the FBI last December after seeing the troubling contents of Apple’s MacBook Pro.
Also, of the copy Giuliani received, the former mayor allegedly gave a portion of those documents to the New York Post and the Post disseminated some of the material, including images and videos showing sexual acts and heavy drug use.
“More criminal activity than Al Capone “
This new statement from Giuliani coincides with former President Trump’s comments on Wednesday, July 7, at a press conference in Bedminster where he claimed he had access to Hunter Biden’s hard drive, asserting that the computer had “more criminal activity than Al Capone.”
The former president’s comments came as he unveiled his massive lawsuit against Big Tech giants including Facebook, Twitter and Google.
“The laptop from hell,” Trump said during the event. “If you look at that thing, there’s more criminal activity on that laptop than Al Capone had if he ever had a laptop.”
Al Capone was a famous American gangster of the 1920s and 1930s.
Trump went on to claim that he has seen Hunter Biden’s laptop firsthand and that its contents are worse than he thought.