FBI Cyber Chief Admits He Doesn’t Know Where Hunter’s Laptop Is

Eric Scheiner | March 30, 2022
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A House Judiciary hearing on oversight of the FBI’s Cybersecurity Division got heated on Tuesday, as Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.) demanded to know where Hunter Biden’s laptop is. 

"You are the assistant director of FBI cyber. I want to know where Hunter Biden's laptop is. Where is it?" Gaetz asked.

Assistant FBI director of Cybersecurity Bryan Vorndran replied, "Sir, I don't know that answer."

"How are Americans supposed to trust that you can protect us from the next Colonial Pipeline if you can't locate a laptop that was given to you three years ago from the first family potentially creating vulnerabilities for our country?" Gaetz said.

Gaetz pressed whom from the FBI he could ask about the matter.

Vorndran said he didn’t know whom he could question.

You can watch the complete exchange in the video above.

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