FBI chief Wray may be tied to Hunter’s laptop

Reports out of Washington, DC suggest the reason the FBI may have sat on the Hunter Biden laptop for a year is a result of its director being involved in a Russian deal brokered by Joe Biden’s son.

Prior to becoming FBI Director Christopher Wray represented the Russian energy company Rosneft while working at Spalding & King, a Washington DC law firm.

Details of the deal were discovered on Hunter Biden’s laptop to sell a 14% stake in Rosneft to the Chinese communist party connected company, which the Biden family brokered to avoid US sanctions.

The Delaware computer repair shop owner, John Paul Mac Isaac, tried to give the laptop to the FBI last summer according to his lawyer, Brian Della Rocca.

Isaac’s father — a retired Air Force colonel — contacted the FBI at its Albuquerque, N.M. office last summer, but the agents were not interested, according to Della Rocca.

During the lead up to President Trump’s impeachment, the FBI contacted the younger Isaac in Delaware to interview him. In Nov. 2019 the FBI seized the laptop, Della Rocca added.

A Justice Department official confirmed Thursday that there is an active federal investigation into the laptop and its connections to the Biden family.