LAPTOP LEAK & Alleged ‘Hunter Biden sex and drug tapes’ posted on Chinese website

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VIDEOS and photos allegedly showing Hunter Biden “engaging in sex acts” were posted on a Chinese website linked to ex-Donald Trump adviser Steve Bannon, reports say.

The x-rated tapes were reportedly uploaded by a single user on GTV, a digital media platform operated by GTV Media Group in the wake of the “Ukraine, crack, and sex” scandal.

The media organization was founded in April 2020 by Bannon and Chinese billionaire Guo Wengui, reported the Washington Examiner.

The Sun reached out to the Biden campaign, Hunter’s lawyer George Mesires, and Bannon’s legal representative for comment on Sunday.

In one video, the caption read: “US presidential candidate Joe Biden is 100 [percent] controlled by the Chinese Communist Party as one of the most successful political instances of the BGY program.

“He is also a target of the CCP’s 3F plan, which aims to ‘fall, fail, and fell,’ to weaken, destroy and kill America!”

The Chinese government alleged that Wengui – who now lives in the USA –committed fraud, blackmail, and bribery.

The property developer accused officials in China of corruption back in 2017 when he applied for asylum in the United States.

His associate Bannon was indicted on fraud charges in August and arrested aboard Wengui’s 150′ long, $28 million yacht.

The Wall Street Journal reported that GTV Media Group is being investigated by the FBI and the Securities and Exchange Commission.

The New York state attorney general’s office is also probing the organization per “people familiar with the investigation.”

The Justice Department alleged that GOP fundraiser Elliott Broidy “agreed to lobby” Trump and the department “to arrange for the removal and return of People’s Republic of China National A,” believed to be Wengui

The DOJ accused Broidy of allegedly doing this on behalf of Jho Low, a wealthy East Asian businessman, allegedly involved in an embezzlement scheme.

Broidy, the former Republican National Committee Deputy Finance Chairman, pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to engage in a foreign lobbying scheme.

The news emerged after the New York Post’s bombshell report on the Hunter’s “smoking gun” emailed leaked by Trump’s personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani.

Giuliani said a Delaware computer repairman John Paul McIsaac gave Hunter’s alleged device to the FBI and made copies of the hard drive.

It supposedly contained emails detailing Hunter’s Ukrainian dealings while he was on the board of an energy firm Burisma and his dad was vice president.

Biden’s campaign has repeatedly denied that he or his son were embroiled in any wrongdoing in Ukraine and the former VP described it as a “smear campaign” ahead of the election.

Giuliani also obtained “compromising” videos and images of Hunter allegedly engaging in a sex act with an unidentified woman while smoking crack.

Trump’s former advisor went on to claim that the bombshell story proves Biden “lied” and insisted it wasn’t a Russia misinformation plot ahead of the election.

The FBI launched an investigation amid reports that Giuliani was being used by the Kremlin to spread disinformation.

On Monday, the Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe told Fox News “Hunter Biden’s laptop is not part of some Russian disinformation campaign,” adding that the intelligence community “has not been involved.”

Meanwhile, Bannon, who is currently awaiting trial, described the charges of allegedly defrauding donors as a “political hit job” and pleaded not guilty.

“Joe Biden has lied about this for years,” he recently said during a Skype interview with Sky News after major tech companies censored the story.

Back in August, Bannon was booked on Wengui’s superyacht for allegedly illegally funneling $1million in donations from a border wall scheme.

Bannon was arrested on a boat off the Eastern coast of Connecticut, CNN reported – and he’d been on it for several weeks, telling people we was “at sea.”

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