Source: Patty McMurray

Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) and FBI Cyber Chief entered into a fiery exchange during a House Judiciary Committee meeting today. The outspoken lawmaker demanded to know the whereabouts of Hunter Biden’s laptop, suggesting the contents are a matter of national security.

Watch FBI Assistant Director of Cyber Division, Bryan Vorndran explain that he doesn’t know where Hunter Biden’s laptop is because “it’s not in the realm of his responsibility.”

“So, where is it…the laptop?” Rep. Gaetz asked.

“Sir, I’m not here to talk about the laptop. I’m here to talk about the FBI’s cyber program,” Vorndran responded.

Rep. Gaetz was becoming agitated by the FBI Cyber chief’s responses. “You are the assistant director of the FBI Cyber. I wanna know where Hunter Biden’s laptop is. Where is it?” he asked.


“Sir, I don’t know that answer,” the FBI Cyber chief said

“Has the FBI Cyber assessed whether or not Hunter Biden’s laptop could be a point of vulnerability  allowing America’s enemies to hurt our country?” Rep. Gaetz asked.

After much back and forth with no resolution as to the whereabouts of Hunter’s laptop given to the FBI in 2019, Rep. Matt Gaetz asked House Judicial Chair Jerry Nadler for unanimous consent to enter into the record of this committee, the contents of Hunter Biden’s laptop—“which I am in possession of,” Gaetz explained.

After receiving legal advice that was whispered in the incompetent Democrat Chairman Nadler’s ear, he refused to allow unanimous consent, saying they would object pending further investigation.

Why are the Dems so afraid to have the contents of Hunter Biden’s laptop exposed? Could it be that because, in addition to ruining Joe Biden and exposing the Biden Crime Family, many Democrats serving in Congress will also be ruined?


Earlier today, Congressman Matt Gaetz introduced a resolution to strip security clearances from intel officials who lied about Hunter Biden’s laptop.

Here is the resolution:

Washington, D.C. — Today, U.S. Congressman Matt Gaetz (FL-01) will introduce the “Spook Who Cried Wolf Resolution,” a House Resolution to indefinitely bar security clearances for 51 intelligence officials who publicly signed a letter decrying the contents of Hunter Biden’s laptop as Russian disinformation.

On October 19, 2020, 51 former intelligence officials signed a letter titled, “Public Statement on the Hunter Biden Emails,” which claimed Hunter Biden’s emails were a part of a “Russian information operation.” Following the censorship of the New York Post’s exposé on the emails by Big Tech and media tycoons, the New York Times confirmed the legitimacy of the emails on March 17, 2022. As of March 22, 2022, 4 of the 51 signatories maintained their support for the erroneous letter.

The Spook Who Cried Wolf Resolution is co-sponsored by U.S Representatives Andy Biggs (AZ-05), Dan Bishop (NC-09), Louie Gohmert (TX-01), Paul Gosar (AZ-04), Marjorie Taylor Greene (GA-14), and Thomas Massie (KY-04). Text of the full resolution can be found HERE.

The following individuals signed the October 19 letter smearing Hunter Biden’s laptop as Russian disinformation:

  1. Jim Clapper
  2. Mike Hayden
  3. Leon Panetta
  4. John Brennan
  5. Thomas Finger
  6. Rick Ledgett
  7. John McLaughlin
  8. Michael Morell
  9. Mike Vickers
  10. Doug Wise
  11. Nick Rasmussen
  12. Russ Travers
  13. Andy Liepman
  14. John Moseman
  15. Larry Pfeiffer
  16. Jeremy Bash
  17. Rodney Snyder
  18. Glenn Gerstell
  19. David B. Buckley
  20. Nada Bakos
  21. Patty Brandmaier
  22. James B. Bruce
  23. David Cariens
  24. Janice Cariens
  25. Paul Kolbe
  26. Peter Corsell
  27. Brett Davis
  28. Roger Zane George
  29. Steven L. Hall
  30. Kent Harrington
  31. Don Hepburn
  32. Timothy D. Kilbourn
  33. Ron Marks
  34. Jonna Hiestand Mendez
  35. Emile Nakhleh
  36. Gerald A. O’Shea
  37. David Priess
  38. Pam Purcilly
  39. Marc Polymeropoulos
  40. Chris Savos
  41. Nick Shapiro
  42. John Sipher
  43. Stephen Slick
  44. Cynthia Strand
  45. Greg Tarbell
  46. David Terry
  47. Greg Treverton
  48. John Tullius
  49. David A. Vanell
  50. Winston Wiley
  51. Kristin Wood