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 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.
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.
If Republicans take the House it is expected they will launch a Congressional investigation of the Hunter laptop.
It could mean that associates of the Biden family are called to Congress to give evidence under oath on live TV.
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.
“This report is a simple but extremely thorough roadmap for who needs to be subpoenaed for which timeframes and for what types of crimes.
“Right now people still don’t know the entirety of what’s on the laptop in terms of crimes, which is what my non-profit cares about.
“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.”
The scandalous contents of Hunter’s laptop were exposed after he abandoned it at a computer repair shop in Wilmington, Delaware, in April 2019.
Both Twitter and Facebook then controversially censored the story by restricting the ability to share it, with Twitter even locking the Post out of its account for two weeks.
Former Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey later admitted that the move had been a “total mistake”, while Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg recently told Joe Rogan’s podcast that the decision was based on warnings from the FBI about Russian misinformation.
A letter signed by more than 50 former senior intel officials during the election claimed info from the laptop had “all the classic earmarks of a Russian information operation”.
But since then the contents have been verified by multiple other news organizations including the New York Times and the Washington Post.
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.
President Biden has insisted that he knew nothing about his son’s business affairs.
But GOP Senator Chuck Grassley said Monday that new whistleblower documents reveal the President “was aware of Hunter Biden’s business arrangements and may have been involved in some of them.”
Writing to Attorney General Merrick Garland, FBI Director Christopher Wray and U.S. Attorney for Delaware David Weiss, Grassley detailed new allegations that the FBI has “significant, impactful and voluminous evidence with respect to potential criminal conduct by Hunter Biden and James Biden”.
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.
Hunter has been under federal investigation for potential tax crimes since 2018, with the probe later widened to include potential violations of foreign lobbying and money-laundering rules.
Earlier this month the Washington Post reported that FBI and IRS investigators think they have enough evidence to charge him with tax crimes and false statement related to the gun purchase.
Hunter allegedly lied on an ATF form when he bought a .38 revolver in Wilmington, Delaware in October 2018 by claiming he was not an illegal drug user.
Pics found on the laptop appear to show that in the weeks before he bought the gun Hunter had taken crack cocaine.
It is now up to the U.S. Attorney in Delaware, who was appointed by former president Donald Trump, whether Hunter will be charged.
Since July, The Sun has revealed numerous instances of debauched behavior by the President’s son found on the laptop.
They included shocking videos of Hunter smoking crack in a shower with two hookers and while in a float tank on a detox paid for after a $75k handout from his dad.
The Sun also revealed that Hunter had referred to his step-mom First Lady Jill Biden as a “selfish silly entitled c***”, received a heartbreaking text from his baby mama begging him to meet their daughter a month before he angrily had her taken off his company’s payroll, and had a blazing fight with his sister-in-law turned lover Hallie over a crack rock found hidden behind a picture of his late brother Beau.
The Sun also reported that Hunter used his ties to notorious mobster Whitey Bulger’s family to threaten a drug dealer over a $1,200 order he made while in detox and offered to introduce his dad to an alleged con artist who he believed was an Indonesian princess.
Hunter also begged a notorious panhandler who became one of Maryland’s Most Wanted criminals to mail him crack to the legendary Chateau Marmont hotel in LA and has a bizarre fascination with Mongol emperor Genghis Khan.
Experts have told The Sun that the compromising material found on the laptop could have been used for the purposes of blackmail.
Cyber security expert Campbell Murray, a former global head of cybersecurity for BlackBerry said: “If that material gets into the hands of any nation-state actor, foreign intelligence service or anybody with a desire to create leverage against a political party or movement, that would be a huge card for them to play.”