MEMBERS of Congress have received a bombshell report into hundreds of alleged crimes found on Hunter Biden’s “laptop from hell,” The Sun can reveal.
Marco Polo, a group led by a former President Donald Trump staffer that has been investigating the laptop, today sent its findings to all 535 members of the House and the Senate.
The group’s founder Garrett Ziegler believes it has uncovered a total of 459 documented violations of state and federal laws on the laptop.
It includes 140 alleged business-related crimes, 191 sex-related offenses and 128 drug-related crimes.
The release of Marco Polo’s report comes after a 13-month-long investigation and ahead of crucial midterm elections on November 8, which could change the balance of power in Washington.
Perhaps most egregious of all, the Marco Polo report appears to include evidence of how Hunter, 52, President Joe Biden, 79, and his brother Jimmy, 73, allegedly profited to the tune of $6.8m by offering to become the US frontmen for China’s Belt and Road Initiative.
Previously known as One Belt One Road, the strategy is widely seen as Chinese leader Xi Jinping’s bid for global domination.
Hunter allegedly illegally lobbied for individuals from China, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Romania, Mexico and Serbia under the Foreign Agents Registration Act, according to the report.
The dossier also alleges that Hunter laundered money after being paid $1m for illegally representing a man he described as “the f*****g spy chief of China” by sending the money to a shell company and to his uncle Jimmy.
In addition to Hunter’s alleged illegal lobbying for foreign governments, the Marco Polo dossier includes a graphic portrayal of his debauched lifestyle and penchant for hard drugs, call girls and porn.
It documents Hunter’s extremely toxic relationship with his sister-in-law turned lover Hallie, who Hunter had a relationship with after his brother Beau died of brain cancer in May 2015.
The report also details evidence related to a gun purchase which investigators reportedly believe they have enough evidence to charge him over.
Ziegler, 26, who worked in the Office of Trade and Manufacturing Policy at the White House during the Trump administration, told The Sun: “Our number one goal is to ensure that Republicans don’t waste time.
The investigation has been done.”
“All we’re seeking is the equal application of the law.”
“So far, this saga has been one of the greatest examples of double standards in American legal history.”
“People have gone to prison for decades based on Joe’s own policies for doing exactly what Hunter did.”
“Meanwhile Hunter is living at a beachside estate in Malibu.”