Appearing on MSNBC, the Anti-Trump Lincoln Project’s Steve Schmidt claimed the Hunter Biden laptop story is “obviously not credible.”
“It’s obviously not credible,” Schmidt told Ari Melber “The American people have been lied to, deceived. I mean, look, this information at its origin is coming from Alex Jones, who is a Newtown denier. Think of the pain that man has caused people in this country. Rudolph Giuliani, who has shattered his credibility for God knows what reason over the last four years. And Steve Bannon, who is indicted for multiple felonies. None of these people have any credibility. All of these people are exquisite scumbags in this American moment and none of them should be believed.”
“The attacks on Hunter Biden are disgraceful, despicable and they come from, of course, the biggest grifting, disgraceful family that has ever set foot inside the people’s house, the White House,” he added.
Meanwhile, on Monday Fox News released documents obtained that appear to show Hunter Biden’s signature on the paperwork from the Delaware computer repair shop where Hunter reportedly dropped off his laptop.
In addition, Biden’s name is the “bill to” section of the document, that shows a cost of $85.
Fox News reported additional documents showing the FBI paperwork that shows their interaction with the owner of “The Mac Shop.”
Appearing on Fox News with Leland Vittert, Biden surrogate Jenna Arnold did not deny that the alleged Hunter Biden emails from the controversial NY Post story are his.
After a lengthy back and forth, Arnold admitted “I don’t think anybody is saying they are inauthentic.”