New documents reportedly show Hunter Biden's signature on the bill from the Delaware shop where he allegedly dropped off three laptops for repairs, in addition to FBI paperwork that confirms bureau communications between the shop owner and the agency.
The documents, obtained by Fox News, appear to support the claims of store owner John Paul Mac Isaac, who said Biden never returned for the laptops, voiding him of ownership after 90 days. Mac Isaac reported he found incriminating emails and lewd photos on one of the devices, data that he says he turned over to the FBI.
Mac Isaac then claims he sent one of the laptops to former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, who released the information to the New York Post, leading to an explosive story and followups that ignited national conflict on social media last week.
The documents from the FBI included a subpoena for Mac Isaac to testify before U.S. District Court in Delaware on December 9, 2019. This paperwork specifically lists serial numbers for a laptop and hard drive that the FBI took into its possession.
Biden's signature has not yet been confirmed by experts, although some users on Twitter began sharing comparisons from different documents for the public to see.
Neither the FBI nor the Delaware's U.S. Attorney's office have commented on the new documents or the overall situation.
🔦 Democrat leaders, such as House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff, have argued that the laptop story is a Russian disinformation campaign. National Intelligence Director John Ratcliffe said Monday that is "simply not true."